2 Eagle Row
Atlanta, GA 30322
Opened in Fall 2014, Raoul Hall is home to 305 residents involved in the Social Entreprenuership living-learning community. The Offices of Housing Operations and Residence Life are also located in Raoul Hall. Each room is air-conditioned and furnished with moveable furniture. Raoul Hall is configured as a coed building with single sex floors and coed floors.
Raoul Hall is named after Eleonore Raoul Greene (1888-1983), the first woman graduate of Emory Law School. Raoul Greene helped organize the Equal Suffrage Party of Georgia, the Atlanta League of Women Voters, and was a lifelong supporter of equal rights for women.
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The Rooms Singles, Doubles, & Suites
|Bathrooms:||Sink and Mirror, shared bathrooms in suites|
|Furniture:||Medium Loft Bed (60"), dresser, desk & chair|
|TV:||Digital & Cable|
The Floors Coed (Mixed)
|Bathrooms:||Community bathrooms, gender-neutral bathrooms|
|Lounges:||Open and study lounges on each floor|
|Kitchen:||Community kitchen w/ vending machines on Ground & 1st Floor|
|Lounges:||Common room w/ TV on Ground & 1st floor|
|Laundry:||Laundry facilities on Ground and 1st floor|
2019-2020 Living Costs (per semester)