Humphreys Hall, built in 2003, is named in honor of alumnus David Humphreys, C'79, and his wife, Debra, who provided a generous gift that made the residence hall a reality. The lodge-style building houses 118 students. Humphreys is coed and located on the corner of Georgia and Mississippi Avenues and is a three-minute walk from Stirling's Coffee House.


Humphreys Hall has a mix of suite-style rooms consisting of single, double or triple rooms in a variety of sizes. This design provides housing for all class years. There are 39 doubles, two triples and 34 singles; all singles are arranged in suites with a furnished living room. All rooms are carpeted and have enclosed blinds in the dual-pane windows. Double-occupancy rooms are connected with a shared suite-style bathroom. All bathrooms include two sinks with countertop and lighted mirror, four small storage shelves, shower and a toilet. Showers come with standard white shower curtains. Average room: No two rooms are exactly alike in Humphreys. 


Common areas include two cable TV rooms, a large living room with an expansive stone fireplace, five study rooms, a well-equipped kitchen and dining area, and outdoor spaces that include a large front porch complete with rocking chairs and a patio and grill for outdoor dining and relaxing. The laundry room on the ground floor has four washing machines, five dryers, and an ironing board. Humphreys Hall is air-conditioned.

Humphreys Hall

  • Two twin beds with approximately 14 inches of storage space under each bed
  • Two built-in closets with a rod for hanging clothes and shelving above for extra storage (closets do not have doors)
  • Two chests of drawers
  • Two desks with chairs
  • One room phone and two Ethernet ports