586 Asbury Circle
Atlanta, GA 30322
Dobbs Hall is often a favorite of many first-year students. The hall’s smaller rooms make for a close-knit community that the residents consistently enjoy. Residents also enjoy Dobbs’ central location next to the Woodruff Physical Education Center and across the street from the Dobbs University Center and Cox Hall. Each room is air-conditioned and furnished with moveable furniture. Dobbs Hall is configured as a coed building with both single sex floors and coed floors.
The Rooms Super-Singles & Doubles
|Bathrooms:||Sink and Mirror, no toilet|
|Furniture:||Bed, built-in dresser, desk & chair|
|TV:||Digital & Cable|
The Floors Separated by sex
|Bathrooms:||Community bathrooms, gender-neutral bathrooms|
|Kitchen:||Community kitchen w/ vending machines|
|Lounges:||TV lounge w/ pool table, parlor|
2017-2018 Living Costs (per semester)
In Dobbs Hall, first-year students will have the opportunity to explore. Through intriguing conversations, purposeful programs, and living with others, students will expand their minds and begin to discover uncharted territory. Whether they explore different majors, a new city, different ideologies, or unfamiliar foods, students will discover their own version of exploration. As an institution with a multitude of resources at the students’ disposal, Emory University encourages its students to expand their minds and unleash their fullest potential, and Dobbs Hall is the catalyst. Dobbs Hall residents will broaden their perspectives, increase their awareness, and feel empowered to embark on new endeavors that will carry then through their first year at Emory, into their second, and beyond! In Dobbs Hall, failure is not an end; it’s just the beginning.
Read more about the First Year at Emory Program here.