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Living on Campus

Living on campus allows you to make the most of your college experience. Residents are close to downtown Athens and have easy access to events and activities happening on campus. By living in a residence hall, you will meet people from all walks of life, making lasting friendships and expanding your horizons. 

 

Here, you'll experience independence within the safe community atmosphere of campus. You can easily study or relax, spend time in the community lounges with your other students, participate in residence hall activities or hang out in Colloms Campus Center.

 

You are required to live on campus unless you meet the following criteria:

- You are a resident in the home of your parent or legal guardian who lives within the     commuting area (25 miles). Parent/legal guardian must provide copy of driver's           license with local address and letter verifying that you will be living at home during     the school year. 
- You are married.
- You have custody of a child.
- You are a military veteran eligible for benefits under Public Law 358, G.I. bill                   effective 6/66. 
- You are an independent student as defined by financial aid criteria. 
- You are enrolled in your senior year and have an approved schedule, which, if                   successfully completed, will make you eligible for graduation within the academic       year. You must have completed an intent to graduate form with the Registrar's              Office for consideration. 
- You are enrolled for less than 12 semester hours for the next semester. (You may

   not add hours after registration without being required to live on campus.)

 

 

 

International students requesting off-campus status should note the following:

- You must have lived on campus for at least one academic year. 
- You must be enrolled in your senior year and complete the requirements above. 
- If granted an exemption, you must immediately provide your new address to the          Registrar's Office

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residence halls

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beds

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resident assistants

keith hallKeith Hall is an all-female, 150 bed suite-style residence hall. Each suite has two bedrooms and a bathroom, shared by four women. Keith has three floors, with a resident assistant and lounge area on each floor. The building also has vending machines and free laundry facilities for residents. Each room has cable television access, wireless Internet and phone access. This is where most freshmen women live. 

fowler hallFowler Hall is an all-male, 128 bed traditional style residence hall, with three floors of double-occupancy rooms. Each floor has two community bathrooms, and each bedroom has an in-room sink and mirror. Fowler has three lounge areas for students, as well as free laundry facilities residents. All rooms have cable television, wireless Internet, and phone access. The bulk of the population is Freshman men.  

Wesley CommonsWesley Commons is a co-ed 102 bed, apartment-style residence hall. Each apartment has four single occupancy bedrooms and two bathrooms connected by a living area and kitchenette (full size refrigerator, sink, and cupboards). Each room has cable television and phone access, and the entire building features wireless Internet. Free laundry rooms are on each floor, and the second floor has a community kitchen with a refrigerator, stove/oven, and a sink.

Nocatula ApartmentsNocatula Apartments is a 32 bed, co-ed, apartment-style residence hall. The building has eight apartments. Each apartment has four single occupancy bedrooms, two bathrooms, a full kitchen, and a common living room. The apartments are furnished, and each bedroom has cable television, wireless Internet and phone access, along with cable television in the living room. The building has a laundry room, which is free for residents to use.