Courts is a coed building for upperclass and first-year students. Suites are gender specific. Each suite consists of two double bedrooms connected to individual study rooms, adjoined by a central bathroom. The closets, enclosed in the wall, are without doors; consequently, many students choose to bring a four-foot tension rod to hang a curtain. All rooms are carpeted, and windows are furnished with blinds. Suite-style bathrooms open off each study room and have tile floors, two basins with lighted mirrors, a shower, and toilet. Average bedroom: 12' x 15' | Average bedroom window: 3'9" x 2'10" | Average study room: 8.5' x 9' | Average study room window: 4' x 5'
Courts Hall, built in 1967, is a two-story coed residence hall located on the corner of Georgia Avenue and Hall Street, with rooms opening into fresh air hallways. It is one of three residence halls on campus whose rooms are arranged around a central, enclosed courtyard. It also offers great views of Lake Finney and is a short walk to Stirling's Coffee House.