Longstreet Means

646 Means Drive
Atlanta, GA 30322

Longstreet Means, opened in the Fall of 2010, houses 350 students in double- and semi-suite style rooms. Residents enjoy outstanding amenities including air-conditioning and moveable furniture in each room, as well as ample community and study space on each floor and a Great Room with gas fireplace on the main level. Each room is air-conditioned and furnished with moveable furniture.  Longstreet Means is configured as a coed building with coed floors.

The Rooms Doubles & Suites

Bathrooms: Sink and Mirror, shared bathrooms in suites
Closet: Built-in closet
Furniture: Bed, dresser, desk & chair
TV: Digital & Cable

The Floors Coed (Mixed)

Bathrooms: Community bathrooms, gender-neutral bathrooms
Lounges: Study lounges on each floor

The Hall

Kitchen: Community kitchen w/ vending machines
Lounges: Common room w/ TV & Fireplace, OISL lounge
Laundry: Laundry facilities on 1st floor
Internet: Wireless

2017 - 2018 Living Costs (per semester)

Single: $4,296
Double: $4,036

Global Cultures: Bringing the World to Emory

Global CulturesBringing the World to Emory helps students to:

  • Develop a greater understanding of cultural diversity and backgrounds

  • Broaden their global perspectives, which gives students the ability to create informed action throughout their time at Emory and beyond

  • Demonstrate a further curiosity and exploration of world cultures in preparation for their second year at Emory

How is Global Cultures: Bringing the World to Emory distinct from other residence halls?

The Global Cultures living-learning community seeks to connect and expose residents to traditions and cultural experiences beyond their current sphere of understanding. Student and professional staff members carry out this mission through social and educational programs that inform, challenge, and encourage residents to further developing their intercultural skills and competence.

Read more about the First Year at Emory Program here.