Residence Halls

First-, second- and some third-year students live in 12 traditional residence halls. Students are housed mostly in double rooms, but there are some single and triple rooms as well. Some of the halls are suite-style (Lakeside Housing only), which means two rooms share a bathroom. Other halls are community bath, which means the hall shares a large bathroom (South Housing and Lakeside Housing). Some of the individual floors within residence halls are designated as fraternity/sorority halls or as living/learning halls (Engaged Living).


Most third- and fourth-year students live in the North Village apartments. Some fourth-year students live at The Vinings.

Lakeside Cabins

Four cabins along the lake house 22 second-, third- and/or fourth-year students. These students participate in the Engaged Living program known as the Greenbelt Community.

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