Emory & Henry has a policy of total integration of all facilities and programs; race, creed, sexual orientation, or national origin are not considered in making housing assignments.
Room assignments are made by members of the Student Life staff with consideration given to information each student provides in the housing form, including requests for particular roommates. Information on the application is especially helpful as the College tries to match up persons who are compatible in terms of study habits, personal habits such as smoking, academic interests, and extracurricular activities.
The College reserves the right to consolidate rooms after the first two weeks into each semester. Room consolidation means that the resident may choose a roommate, declare the room a single (if space allows) and pay the single room rate, or be moved to another room by Student Life.
If, during the school year, a student wishes to change rooms or roommates, the student must secure advance approval from the Office of Student Life. Failure to do so may result in judicial action.