Residence Life and Housing
The Office of Residence Life and Housing (http://www.emory.edu/HOUSING/) supports student development through residentially-based experiential learning. Through their on-campus residential experience, students are encouraged to develop close relationships with diverse individuals, enhance leadership skills, assume personal responsibility, enrich spiritual skills, build character and discipline, and form a better understanding and genuine acceptance of the many races, cultures, religions, and nationalities that comprise the Emory community and beyond.
In addition to providing programs and resources for student development, the Office of Residence Life and Housing is responsible for the administration of all on-campus residential facilities.
Housing Facilities and Amenities
Residence Life and Housing staff manages all the on-campus residential facilities, including residence halls, theme houses, fraternity and sorority houses, and Clairmont Campus. Housing rates are inclusive of the following utilities: water, electricity, gas, wireless Internet connection, and Emory Cable TV.