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Top 10 Residences at SCAD

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Killa Kurls
31 Oct 2018
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Are you looking for a place to call home for the upcoming semester? Having trouble narrowing down your search? No worries! Below we have listed some of the top residences at Savannah College of Art and Design that will hopefully spark your interest!

1. ACA Residence Hall of SCAD

ACA Residence Hall of SCAD 1280 Peachtree St., Atlanta, Georgia This residence hall is an apartment style complex. Students living here will have a chance to live in with one other person and share a bathroom and kitchen. This hall is reserved for upperclassmen, graduate, and transfer students.

2. Brookwood Courtyard

Brookwood Courtyard 15 Standish Ave. NW, Atlanta, Georgia This building holds up to 48 students. Students living here will live in suite style dorms and double occupancy rooms. Students will also find lounge areas and study rooms around this building.

3. Boundary Village

Boundary Village 701 W. Jones St., Savannah, Georgia This residence hall houses 380 students in apartment style housing. Students living here will have full kitchen, two bathrooms, and four bedrooms within their apartment complex unit.

4. Bumble at The Hive

Bumble at the Hive 201 W. Boundary St. , Savannah, Georgia This residence hall houses 250 students who live in coeducational housing. This residence has double occupancy rooms and private bathrooms. Students will find a TV room, recreational room, and study rooms.

5. Colony at The Hive

Colony at the Hive 201 W. Boundary St., Savannah, Georgia This residence hall houses 250 students who live in two-double-occupancy rooms. Students will get fully furnished rooms. Each room comes with a coffee table, nightstand, beds, and more.

6. Dance at The Hive

Dance at the Hive 201 W. Boundary St., Savannah, Georgia Students who live here will live in a four story residence hall. Students will live in a double occupancy room that connects two bedrooms with one bathroom. Students will also find study rooms around this building.

7.  Montgomery House

Montgomery Hive 3515 Montgomery St., Savannah, Georgia This residence hall houses 500 students who are either transfer, graduate, or upper-class students. Students living here will live in suite style rooms, all of which are fully furnished and offer students spacious living conditions.

8. Oglethorpe House

Oglethorpe House 201 W. Oglethorpe Ave., Savannah, Georgia This residence hall houses up to 400 transfer, graduate, and upper-class students. Students will live in double occupancy rooms. Students will also have a chance to live in a single occupancy room as well.

9. Pulaski House

Pulaski House 328 Barnard St., Savannah, Georgia This residence hall is home to 60 students, all of which are transfer, graduate, and upperclassmen students. Students will live in a loft-style apartment with up to four people in each unit.

10. Turner Annex

Turner Annex 224 W. Boundary St., Savannah, Georgia This residence hall is a two-story building. Those living here will live with over 200 students. Students will live in either double or triple occupancy rooms. Students will also live in fully furnished rooms that they will have a  chance to decorate.

Here is Your Move in Day Packing List for Savannah College of Art and Design 

1. Room Basics

An image of a bed set – Pillow case – Throw blanket – Comforter Set – Pillow Cases – Chair – Curtains – Desk Lamp – Area Rug (white is always nice)

2. Food and Snacks

This is candy – Your favorite candy – Cereal (Frosted Flakes are the best) – Your favorite bag(s) of chips – Pretzels – Eggs – Cheese – Bread – Meat

3. Tech & Entertainment

two people talking in front of a laptop – Kindle – Laptop – Headphones – TV – Tablet

4. School Supplies

School supplies – Mechanical Pencils – College-Ruled Paper – Spiral Notebooks – Composition Notebooks – Loose-leaf paper

5. Cleaning Up and Organizing

Cleaning supplies – Mop – Broom – Dust-pan – Windex – Paper Towel – Storage Bin

6. Campus Gears

This is earbuds – Earbuds – Umbrella – Light Jacket – Poncho – Backpack (obviously)

7. Items You Should Ask first before bringing

This sis a tv – Microwave – TV (if you have a roommate) – Pots and pans – Mini-fridge (depending on dorm restrictions – Cleaning supplies (coordinate with roommate)

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