Our Residence Halls

All first-year students are required to live on campus at Emory. 

Alabama

Alabama

Complex

Dobbs

Hamilton-Holmes

Longstreet-Means

Raoul

Turman

Please note that Emory offers three distinct floor configurations in first-year housing:

  • Coed Building, Single Sex Floor: The entire floor is the same sex.
  • Coed Building, Grouped Coed Floor: Both males and females live on the floor though typically there is some division, such as a stairwell or lobby, resulting in males on one end of the hall and females on the other end. Bathrooms are separated by sex.
  • Coed Building, Mixed Coed Floor: Males and females live on the same floor and there is no division. Bathrooms are separated by sex.
All second-year students are required to live on campus at Emory. 

Few & Evans

Harris

Woodruff

Please note that Emory offers three distinct floor configurations in second-year housing:

  • Coed Building, Single Sex Floor: The entire floor is the same sex.
  • Coed Building, Grouped Coed Floor: Both males and females live on the floor though typically there is some division, such as a stairwell or lobby, resulting in males on one end of the hall and females on the other end. Bathrooms are separated by sex.
  • Coed Building, Mixed Coed Floor: Males and females live on the same floor and there is no division. Bathrooms are separated by sex.

URC

CRC

Clairmont Tower

As a current or incoming student at Emory, where you live will have a great impact on your academic success, involvement in University life, and the relationships you develop while you are at Emory. The Clairmont Campus is the ideal community for graduates and undergraduates because it allows students to live in a community of students, faculty, and staff. You can interact in an academic environment without giving up the autonomy that an apartment affords. Further support is provided to students by the Clairmont Campus Community Office and Staff.