Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College
Georgia, United States
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Under President Maxey, improvement of campus facilities continues, and the College now has more than 50 buildings. A hallmark was the 2010 reopening of the renovated and expanded Lucas Hall-the College's first LEED-certified project. Blue Ridge, Shenandoah, Tabor and Afton Halls were recently renovated, and a new tennis complex was built on the Elizabeth campus. The Cregger Center, including recreational and athletic facilities that will enhance the College's athletics programs, is opening in 2016.
Like many private liberal arts colleges, Roanoke is a residential college. That is, the campus living environment is an integral part of the college experience and is highly valued by the campus community as a complement to the classroom experience. We believe that living together in community provides residents opportunities to interact with other students, faculty, and staff and to enhance their social and interpersonal growth as citizens through shared living experiences.
In support of this philosophy, College policy requires that students live on campus during their full tenure as a student unless they meet one or more of the following criteria:
Students who meet any of the above criteria may choose to live in the residence halls. However, the agreement is binding for the full academic year. Request for Change in Residency Status forms are due August 1 each year for the entire academic year. If after residing on campus at any time you choose to live off campus, you must submit an appeal to the off campus appeals committee to explain the reasons for the change in status. Only extreme circumstances will be reviewed.