Housing & Residence Life

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Emory & Henry is considered a Residential Campus which means we require all students to live on-campus while attending the College. 

The historic campus maintains the scenic beauty of Central Appalachia but gives convenient access to the region’s activities and culture. On-campus residents find there are always friends and activities to engage in. The E&H campus features a variety of residence halls with co-ed, single-gender, and gender-inclusive accommodations. Residence halls feature Resident Advisors to assist students as they acclimate to their new surroundings. The Office of Housing and Residence Life website hopes to offer you an array of information to prepare students for their arrival to campus. 

Students who are interested in living off-campus must submit an Off-Campus Housing Application and be approved by the Office of Housing and Residence Life. All applications are due by February 1st and must be completed annually. To learn more about living off-campus, please see details here

For any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach our team at housing@emoryhenry.edu.

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  • <aside class="faq-widget"><div class="faq-widget-question"><a href="/live/blurbs/1390-how-do-i-submit-a-request-for-a-housing">How do I submit a request for a housing accommodation?</a></div><div class="faq-widget-answer"><span style="font-weight: 400;">Students may contact Travis Proffitt or Amanda Fenner of <a href="/powell-resource-center/disability-support-services/" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Academic Support & Disability Services</a> at</span> tproffitt@emoryhenry.edu or arfenner@emoryhenry.edu <span style="font-weight: 400;">to request a housing accommodation.</span> <a href="/powell-resource-center/disability-support-services/policies-procedures/"><span style="font-weight: 400;">Learn more about the housing accommodation request process </span></a><a href="https://www.emoryhenry.edu/powell-resource-center/disability-support-services/policies-procedures/"><span style="font-weight: 400;">here</span></a><span style="font-weight: 400;">.</span></div></aside>
  • <aside class="faq-widget"><div class="faq-widget-question"><a href="/live/blurbs/1383-how-is-my-roommate-selected">How is my roommate selected?</a></div><div class="faq-widget-answer"><span style="font-weight: 400;">Once students complete the <a href="/admission/admitted-students/whats-next/" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Housing Agreement & Residence Life Data Form</a>, the Housing & Residence Life staff will work through the information each student submits about habits, interests, needs, etc. to assign compatible roommates. It is important to note, however, that everything cannot be captured in a form and that there is no such thing as the perfect roommate. An important experience of college life is living in a community with many different people from different backgrounds, beliefs, and interests. A good rule for a successful roommate experience is to keep an open mind.</span></div></aside>
  • <aside class="faq-widget"><div class="faq-widget-question"><a href="/live/blurbs/1394-what-is-included-in-a-meal-plan">What is included in a meal plan?</a></div><div class="faq-widget-answer"><span style="font-weight: 400;">Meal plans are structured around the number of meals it is expected that a student will eat each semester within campus dining locations. First-year students are eligible for the 14 and the 19 meal plans. Each plan includes Flex Cash, which can be used to purchase additional meals and items from the campus convenience store located in the Martin-Brock Student Center, and <a href="/live/profiles/1770-eamph-onecard-get-funds">OneCardCash Funds</a>, which can be used at the Emory Mercantile & Bookstore and more. <a href="/dining-services/">Learn more about the various meal plans here.</a></span></div></aside>
  • <aside class="faq-widget"><div class="faq-widget-question"><a href="/live/blurbs/1376-where-will-i-live-on-campus-as-a-first-year">Where will I live on campus as a first-year student?</a></div><div class="faq-widget-answer"><span style="font-weight: 400;">All first-year students will live in one of our Themed Living Communities. Most first-year students are either placed in Elm Hall, Hickory Hall, & Wiley Jackson Hall. First-year students are placed together so that they may form relationships with other students that last the duration of their time on campus. Elm and Hickory Halls are double occupancy rooms with standard furniture and amenities. Each room has its own private bathroom. Common areas within each hall includes lounges, two full kitchens, and media rooms. Students may also choose to live in Wiley-Jackson Hall, an historic hall on campus. The cost of Wiley-Jackson Hall is less than Elm and Hickory Halls primarily because Wiley-Jackson Halls provide common bathrooms per hall rather than private bathrooms per room. The same furniture and amenities are provided in Wiley-Jackson Hall, and common areas include lounges and full kitchens.</span></div></aside>
  • <aside class="faq-widget"><div class="faq-widget-question"><a href="/live/blurbs/1379-what-can-i-bring-for-my-room-what-can-i-not-bring">What can I bring for my room? What can I not bring for my room?</a></div><div class="faq-widget-answer"><span style="font-weight: 400;"><a href="/live/blurbs/936-items-to-bring-checklist" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">View a list of what to bring and what to leave at home.</a> For a more extensive list, please review the</span> <a href="https://www.emoryhenry.edu/live/files/381-508emory-henry-college-community-living-guide"><span style="font-weight: 400;">Community Living Guide</span></a><span style="font-weight: 400;">.</span></div></aside>
  • <aside class="faq-widget"><div class="faq-widget-question"><a href="/live/blurbs/1397-how-are-the-residence-halls-cleaned">How are the residence halls cleaned?</a></div><div class="faq-widget-answer"><span style="font-weight: 400;">Emory & Henry College’s Facilities Management Department employs custodial staff assigned to regularly clean every residence hall on campus. Custodial staff are responsible for cleaning common areas with residence halls. The cleaning of residence hall rooms, private bathrooms, and suite-style bathrooms are the responsibility of each residential student. The cleaning of the townhouse apartments assigned to upperclassmen are entirely the responsibility of each residential student.</span></div></aside>
  • <aside class="faq-widget"><div class="faq-widget-question"><a href="/live/blurbs/1387-can-an-upperclassman-request-me-as-a-roommate-my">Can an upperclassman request me as a roommate my first year?</a></div><div class="faq-widget-answer"><span style="font-weight: 400;">All first-year students are placed with other first-year students. Upperclassmen cannot request first-year student roommates during the housing selection process for current students.</span></div></aside>
  • <aside class="faq-widget"><div class="faq-widget-question"><a href="/live/blurbs/1392-can-i-paint-my-room-or-hang-pictures-in-my-room">Can I paint my room or hang pictures in my room?</a></div><div class="faq-widget-answer"><span style="font-weight: 400;">No alterations can be made to any residence hall room, which includes painting the room and placing nails in the walls. Students who wish to hang items within the residence hall rooms must use picture hanging strips that can be removed without damaging walls.</span></div></aside>
  • <aside class="faq-widget"><div class="faq-widget-question"><a href="/live/blurbs/1405-what-if-i-get-sick-in-the-residence-halls-who-will">What if I get sick in the residence halls? Who will take care of me?</a></div><div class="faq-widget-answer"><span style="font-weight: 400;">After being seen at the <a href="/college-health-center/" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Health Center</a> on campus, the Housing & Residence Life Office may be notified that a sick student needs to have meals delivered to their room. Housing & Residence Life will coordinate with Dining Services and an acquaintance of the sick student to have meals delivered to their room. In the event that a student needs to visit the emergency room and the Housing & Residence Life Office is notified, the Dean of Students or the Assistant Dean of Students travels to the hospital to sit with each sick student and connect with their emergency contact. An Emory & Henry College student never has to sit in an emergency room alone if they do not wish to be alone.</span></div></aside>
  • <aside class="faq-widget"><div class="faq-widget-question"><a href="/live/blurbs/1389-can-a-first-year-student-request-a-single-room">Can a first-year student request a single room?</a></div><div class="faq-widget-answer"><span style="font-weight: 400;">All first-year students are placed in double occupancy rooms with roommates unless they are approved for a single room through the <a href="/powell-resource-center/disability-support-services/" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Office of Academic Support & Disability Services</a>.</span></div></aside>
  • <aside class="faq-widget"><div class="faq-widget-question"><a href="/live/blurbs/1378-when-will-first-year-students-find-out-where-they">When will first-year students find out where they will live on campus?</a></div><div class="faq-widget-answer"><span style="font-weight: 400;">Students who commit to Emory & Henry College and pay their deposit can find out their specific room numbers and roommate assignments in mid-July in order to accommodate students with disabilities and specific housing accommodation needs.</span><br/><strong><br/><br/></strong></div></aside>
  • <aside class="faq-widget"><div class="faq-widget-question"><a href="/live/blurbs/1403-how-will-i-receive-my-mail-and-packages">How will I receive my mail and packages?</a></div><div class="faq-widget-answer"><span style="font-weight: 400;">Students can send and receive mail and packages on campus. <a href="/residence-life/campus-mail/index.php">Learn more about campus mail services.</a></span></div></aside>
  • <aside class="faq-widget"><div class="faq-widget-question"><a href="/live/blurbs/1381-how-big-are-the-first-year-residence-hall-rooms">How big are the first-year residence hall rooms?</a></div><div class="faq-widget-answer"><span style="font-weight: 400;">The average size of a room in Elm and Hickory Halls is 27’3” x 12’7”. The average size of a room in Wiley-Jackson Hall is 12’10” x 13’4”.</span></div></aside>
  • <aside class="faq-widget"><div class="faq-widget-question"><a href="/live/blurbs/1388-what-happens-if-my-roommate-and-i-arent-getting">What happens if my roommate and I aren’t getting along?</a></div><div class="faq-widget-answer"><span style="font-weight: 400;">Conflict is a natural part of any relationship, including roommate relationships. Professional and student Housing & Residence Life staff are trained to facilitate meditations for roommate conflicts. Because vacancies in campus housing are rare, roommates are asked to work through and resolve conflicts that do not result in one or both roommates feeling unsafe within their room.</span></div></aside>
  • <aside class="faq-widget"><div class="faq-widget-question"><a href="/live/blurbs/756-are-students-allowed-to-have-guests">Are students allowed to have guests?</a></div><div class="faq-widget-answer">Yes, students are allowed to have guests with the understanding that students are responsible for their guests and the actions of their guests.<a class="faq-widget-link link-with-arrow yellow" href="/live/blurbs/756-are-students-allowed-to-have-guests">More info</a></div></aside>