Atlantic House

Atlantic House houses 15 upperclass male students in single and double rooms with hall bathrooms. All rooms are carpeted and air-conditioned.

Built in 1930, it was originally the lodge house for Kappa Sigma fraternity. In the 1950's, the University took possession of the house for student housing and renamed it Atlantic House.

To get a better look at where you might be living, take a Virtual Tour. Atlantic House is located across College Road near the Robins Center.

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  • Lower Level

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    Dimensions may not be exact due to columns, bathrooms, etc. Visit the room prior to room selection.

    B7: Double; 13’ x 16’; 2 closets; 2 windows

  • First Floor

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    Dimensions may not be exact due to columns, bathrooms, etc. Visit the room prior to room selection.

    12: Double; 13’ x 15’; 1 closet; 1 wardrobe; 2 windows
    15: RA

  • Second Floor

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    Dimensions may not be exact due to columns, bathrooms, etc. Visit the room prior to room selection.

    22: Single; 11’ x 13’; 3 closets; 2 windows
    24: Single; 11’ x 12.5’; 3 closets; 2 windows
    25: Single; 11’ x 13’; 3 closets; 2 windows
    26: Double; 16’ x 17’; 2 closets; 4 windows
    27: Single; 12’ x 13’; 3 closets; 1 window
    28: Single; 11’ x 11’; 3 closets; 1 window

  • Third Floor

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    Dimensions may not be exact due to columns, bathrooms, etc. Visit the room prior to room selection.

    32: Double; 14’ x 16’; 2 closets; 2 windows
    33: Single; 11’ x 14’; 1 closet; 1 window