640 Means Drive
Atlanta, GA 30322

Turman Hall provides students with both double and a limited number of single rooms. Residents will enjoy outstanding amenities and an excellent community environment. Each room is air-conditioned and furnished with moveable furniture.  Turman is configured as a coed building with single sex floors and coed floors.

The Rooms Singles & Doubles

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

The Floors Coed (Grouped)

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

The Hall

Kitchen: Community kitchen w/ vending machines 
Lounges: TV lounge on ground floor
Laundry: Laundry facilities on Ground floor
Internet: Wireless

2017-2018 Living Costs (per semester)

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

Fusion: Engaging in the Liberal Arts

Gone are the days when we, as members of an academic community, can ignore the interconnectedness and fluidity of learning. The diversity of schools at Emory is our strength, and this residence hall is where we will integrate, connect, and question those disciplines to understand and solve local and global problems. This is where we experience Fusion: Engaging in the Liberal Arts. Will you join us?

Learning Objectives:

By the end of the academic year, students living in the Fusion theme will be able to
  • Define the Liberal Arts
  • Name 2 disciplines that could be used to understand a particular issue
  • Apply knowledge gained in one discipline to another field

Selected Signature Programs:

  • Weekly IDEAS Fellows programming and office hours
  • Vega Quartet Concert in the hall
  • Engagement Experiences to the World of Coca-Cola and Six Flags Over Georgia

Read more about the First Year at Emory Program here.