Emory University Dorms
Living at Emory University defines the experience. Emory University dorms serve as a centerpiece in the on-campus social scene, and they are where you will form deep friendships and create lasting memories. But housing at Emory University can be overwhelming - there are so many dorms to evaluate, how could you know which one is best? You can live on campus, or you can live in and around Los Angeles. Finding the right Emory University housing option for you can make or break a year at Emory University. That’s why our videos go deep into as many dorm options as possible at Emory University. We take you into singles, doubles, different dorms and residence halls, and even record student interviews about their favorite parts of living at Emory University.
What are the dorms like at Emory University?
You’ll have to watch the CampusReel videos to see for sure. However, Emory University dorms are similar to most college housing options. Most on-campus residence halls include singles, double, and suites. Floor plans vary from residence hall to residence hall. CampusReel hosts dorm tours of Emory University, and every one is different. As you’ll see, every dorm room is decorated in a unique and fun way - students are creative with their setups to make Emory University feel like home!
What are the dimensions of Emory University dorm rooms?
The Emory University dorms dimension depend on the residence hall. This information is usually contained in one of the dorm room tours of Emory University on CampusReel. Supposedly the average dorm room size in the U.S. is around 130 square feet, and Emory University likely has dorms bigger and smaller than this.
What are Emory University’s best housing options?
The best housing option at Emory University depends on your living preference. For example, many colleges provide living options for sober living, leadership opportunities, cultural preferences and more. The right dorm at Emory University for you depends on what you are looking for in your housing experience. Below is a list of all housing options at Emory University that CampusReel currently hosts content for:
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How much do Emory University dorms cost?
The cost of Emory University dorms is $25,941 , but depends on a number of factors, such as financial aid, scholarships, and the housing option you select.
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Hey, guys, welcome back. I'm in Jersey right now, and I mean, with these study rooms, that's all glass windows, which is really cool. And it has a really good view of Littles. The dining hall this is little is out here and then on the other side of the study room. They have a little area in the middle of the Jazz because the chair seems like a square and there's four house in the middle. There's a little area with seats. It's really cute. There's some people out there right now, but I'm about to show you guys my best friend. Now there's dorm because she was in Jersey. And so one thing about these storms is there more of a homey feel. So everything's not really new, but it feels a lot like Mother come, basically. So the walls, what kind of secluded like that? And So this is another word that freshman residence halls called Complex, Super, super Cute, kind of like Raoul. They have a nice little mirror here, all nice and decorated their beds and their photos working very diligently out there does really, really, really freaking kid. So this is one of the freshman residence halls. It is called Raoul, actually, where I stayed my freshman year. And it is awesome. Ceilings are super high. They get their own beds and desks and closets. And this a similar deal. So this is one of, I think, five different freshman presidents. Housing options on campus. But, yeah, super super nice, even is gonna be so packed on campus, like all of these cars. I don't know if you could tell they're turning into every really good families over there. Okay, so I got my key, and we're about the dorm. We're about to move in your way. Good morning, guys. Today I'm going to be moving back into Emory, so I'm gonna take you guys along with me, and you're gonna see the moving process right now. I'm at my friend's house. I stayed here for, like, five days before school starts. She's gonna be helping me move in, and I'm gonna introduce you to hurt. Um, So right now it's, like, 9 30 and I can check in at nine, but I guess I'm a little later. This was waking up early to go check it. I'm just gonna go get my things and we're gonna head out to memory. So you guys there right now, we're in the car and we're on our way back to Emory. By the way, this is Natalie net. Nate's gonna be my roommate. Is, like, 10 o'clock right now, and we're just leaving Natalie's house. Pull up to residential fresh. Grab your key Oh, yeah. I need to go pick up my key and then get them. They also activate your idea. Activate my I d. Then I can go to my actual dorm and start moving in. I so boom. Now we're about to be a mother, like, two minutes away Point. Yeah, we're passing Emery Point, which is like a huge section. You have, like, dining in restaurants. Nice apartment, an apartment, the CDC. Oh, yeah. So that CDC is right next to memory sensor of disease control. It's because they're so many freaking piece of the road closed off. We're trying to go freshman freshman Renault van today, every university hospital. So, guys, right now, I don't know if I'm pre med or pre business yet, And this is the year to declare back this year to declare, and I actually have no idea what they're a major's. Wow, My God, take forever to get in. This guy's like the's are all freshmen like the's are probably all freshmen and transfer students. Maybe you like there is a whole line of cars to get into. Emory is gonna be so packed on campus like all of these cars, I don't know, if you could tell they're turning into every really good memories over there. Emory University, its engine. Well, where we're headed up right now, they're a bunch of, like, frats and sororities. And then when you go further up, there's freshman dorm freshmen housing. We got kicked out of that one down there, but one of our friends has a block on that. You guys can check that out. I'm gonna put it in the description so you can see it's getting kicked out of there. And this is right wall coming up. My old doorman, My old dorm where I live Freshman year. Everybody do the growl, rumble Looking all these freshmen like that's really crazy. I'm gonna try to see if I can park in college, these low key and just get out right now, because I'll go there like, faster than Dr. I'm about to go out to get my keys because there's a whole line of traffic right now. I don't see you guys later. All right, so we just came from the residential like office or whatever for Mikey, and they actually didn't have it like it's at my dorm partner. Our new dorm where we're gonna be steady. You know what Tara would know from over? Huge. We're going to the parking lot right now, though. But now I'm about to go look for my key. Yeah. Okay, so I got my key, and we're about the dorm. We're about to move in. Yeah, I have my bags. Yeah, she's helping me. We're moving in the A. I still have a ton of stuff in the trunk. Most of this came from the back seat, so Yeah. All right. So I just got into the room, and it was kind of crazy because we're just went up the elevator with my bags and the people who I stored by myself with came and brought my stuff, like the same time we're walking in. This is the room. So this is a dresser on the desk. But the other side it was all my stuff that was in storage. My bags bridge. And then is there the club? So these in the closet and then this Another bag. I have mad bags Way. Have a bathroom in here. We share it with another double. Think bitches up e. I can see that, but all right, guys, I just finished unpacking. For the most part, I had a bunch of stuff in these boxes. They're completely empty now. I'm gonna throw them away. Hey, guys, what's up? It's been like a day, and now we're completely moved in. Natalie's moved in and the room's set up, so I just came back to show you all the finished product. So on my desk, I just have my computer, my planner, some pictures, tea, candles, some plans. My mirror, um, stuffed animals. Now you got me. Of course. And this drawer, I have a bunch of hair stuff. I'm not gonna show you this messy. And then I have some nail stuff and school supplies. My bag. Then it's my bed under my bed. I have my dresser, and then I have some lights wrapping my Lucien flag. My shoes hamper. Natalie. Nice. Those air, like looked like really fire. Like I might have caught myself. What? These ones? Yeah, like those sick Mrs Natalie. Size does her slaw counter. She wanted to show that way. Then we have a TV on top of Natalie's dresser fridge. Microwave. This is Bradley's closet. It's filled with working clothes and she has like an organizer for snacks. Let me know if you do that like I've never seen some stuff like that before. Then we have a merit. Our bathroom way. Share it with our sweet maids toilet. Two things, the shower and these are our suitemates would call mirror. I'm tripping next to that. I have my closet. I have barely enclosing, mostly in my dresser. But when I smacks down here cooking surprise, a little bit of clothes, that's about it. So this dorm is called Woodrow Residential Hole, where I'm staying and that's basically it. Guys, I hope you enjoy watching, like Common subscribe all that peace deuces See you This is another housing option called Claremont Campus. Basically, it's technically on campus housing, although you do have to take a shuttle to get here or it's like a ten minute walk from campus. Um, it's mainly for upperclassman. So juniors and seniors or what? We're talking about pressure. They have sweets and things like that. But, um, some sophomores could live here, too. It kind of just depends on what you're looking for and what your needs are. And the Housing Office has a really good job of meeting those. So it's a really, really nice. It's literally like a country club. They have their own gym, their own place to eat inside this building right here. There's a pool over here like literally a full size pool, like Olympic size swimming pool, and it is gorgeous and not a bad gig Hey, guys, welcome back. So that's my friend. Not in his room. I'm in the chair, see which is on the west side of campus. That's a West village. So I'm going to show you her room layout because it's a little different than mine. So when you come in, you have two beds. This is a double room, and then these beds actually loved higher than the ones at murder. So this is not on the side. She's super girly, so she has all her stuff. Everything's like pink and white. I love it. They have little curtains because every room has a window. And so the thing I love about J. R. C. Is that they have this huge desktop further sink. And so Murdy, as you saw in the other video, has a smaller sink. But the thing about this is, I love the mirror because you can see everything. And then they have closets. The one downside about these causes that they're smaller than the ones in Murdy, but there's still super cute. As you can see, she has all her stuff. She has lots of clothes. I love her, though, and so the only real difference is the size of the room in the layout of Welcome to the East Village. The Sore I live. Billings over here are combined as called Elsa and Murdy. So this is where I live. It's murder. And then across this pathway is Flemming. So farming is the really nice residential. Ha! It's kind of new. It's very hotel style, elder and merrier. Also very hotel style. But they're a little more homey, which I love. And we're about to go see my room. We're going to go through that door over there. And so each door, you have to use your student I d card to scan in. If you don't have a student I d card, you can't get in. And that applies to all of us. It Charles. And I'll show you how to use that. It's pretty simple. All you do is just touch it to the Skinner. Just take it out of here. This is my card and just has my picture and my name focused. And so they're in a scandal like this. It's all you do is you touch it and the door opens, so let's go to my room.