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Oxford College of Emory University

110 Few Circle
Oxford, Georgia 30054

400Largest Group
61Meeting Rooms
900Overnight Guests
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  • Fleming Hall Fleming Hall

  • Seney Hall Seney Hall

  • Rathskeller - Student Center Rathskeller - Student Center

  • Rathskeller - Student Center (2)Rathskeller - Student Center (2)

  • Outdoor AmphitheaterOutdoor Amphitheater

  • Language Hall - Room 102Language Hall - Room 102

  • Seney Conference Room Seney Conference Room

  • Humanities Conference RoomHumanities Conference Room

  • Humanities Conference Room (2)Humanities Conference Room (2)

  • Phi Gamma HallPhi Gamma Hall

  • Lil's - Dining Hall Lil's - Dining Hall

  • Lil's - Dining Hall (2)Lil's - Dining Hall (2)

  • East Village Residential Center CourtyardEast Village Residential Center Courtyard

  • East Village Dorm Layout East Village Dorm Layout

  • Jolly Residential Center LobbyJolly Residential Center Lobby

  • Elizer Hall - Room 257Elizer Hall - Room 257

  • Oxford College Quad - aerial viewOxford College Quad - aerial view

  • Tarbutton Green Room Tarbutton Green Room

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The birthplace of Emory University, Oxford College features historically rich architecture surrounding a verdant campus quadrangle known as Emory's "temple in the trees," as well as the latest in meeting, performance, and classroom technology, and a variety of recreational spaces. In addition to modern amenities and a unique campus, Oxford College offers competitive pricing to help stretch your budget and get the most value from your summer experience. View below for more details on what makes Oxford College of Emory University the best event and meeting space in Georgia.

Nearby Cities & Number of Miles:
Covington, GA Conyers, GA Atlanta, GA
Public Transportation Options:
Parking Onsite:
Full campus rentals, including Housing - end of May to early August; One-day event and meeting venues - year round* *Some event venues are only available when students are not on campus.
Room Type(s):
Traditional style dorm rooms (singles, doubles, triples)
Bath Type(s):
Community style single-sex centered on the hall
ADA Accessible:
Largest Group:
Number of Meeting & Event Rooms:
Largest Classroom Style:
60 person capacity
Largest Theatre Style:
200 person capacity
Number of Overnight Guests:
State of the art technology in all classrooms and performance spaces
Onsite Wireless Internet:
Onsite A/V Staff:
Food & Beverage:
Provided through Bon Appetit. Included in daily price for overnight guests. Optional catering services for single-day events.
Must Use In-house Catering:
Complete Meeting Package:
Ropes Course / Team Building:
Special Rates and Packages:
All-inclusive pricing for overnight camps available.
Ideally Suited For:
Adult Social Event
Corporate Social Events
Family Reunion
Professional Meeting/Training/Conference/Retreat
Wedding Ceremony/Reception
Youth Retreat/Camp

ACCED-I 1 Stop Certified

Event Spaces

Meeting RoomDescriptionsSquare Footage
Candler Hall Student Center - Rathskeller Large room with upper balcony, casual seating and serving area with built-in A/V capabilities, with adjacent kitchen

Candler Hall Student Center - Hossain-Kabir Roo Large room with multiple sofas, chairs, carpeted and containing baby grand piano and built-in A/V system

Language Hall o Two classrooms upstairs and two classrooms downstairs, all equipped with projection and A/V technologies
o Small lobbies on both floors ideal for small breakout groups

Humanities Hall o Two classrooms upstairs, both equipped with projection and A/V technologies, capacities range from 30 to 60
o Small conference room downstairs, equipped with projection and A/V technologies, capacity 30

Pierce Hall Three classrooms upstairs and four classrooms downstairs, all equipped with projection and A/V technologies. Each classroom has a capacity of 25 - 35. Two art studios and two collaborative work spaces downstairs.

Seney Hall - classrooms o Five regular classrooms, all equipped with projection and A/V technologies
o Activities booked in Seney should be lecture or discussion — no crafts or exercise

Seney Hall - conference room Equipped with projection and A/V technologies. Activities booked in Seney should be lecture or discussion — no crafts or exercise.

Williams Hall o Williams Hall is managed and booked as a performance and a multimedia space equipped with digital projection, sound, and lighting. It also has a suspended Marley dance floor and full mirrors can be opened on three sides of the floor.
   - Use of any built-in AV equipment requires a Conference Coordinator to assist, supervise or train on the equipment.
o A grand piano is available to professional musicians only by permission from OCEC.
o No food or drink is permitted in Williams Hall, and soft soled shoes, socks or bare feet must be worn on the dance floor.
o Seats 187, theater style. Additional chair seating is possible.

Day Chapel o The Oxford Chapel is available for worship, meetings or performances and is equipped with projection and A/V technologies
o Piano and a raised front “stage” area
o No food or drink is permitted in the chapel
o Nothing may be hung or attached to the walls or altar
o Seat 170 in chairs

Allen Memorial United Methodist Church Available to Groups requiring a large facility (seats approximately 400)

Tarbutton Performing Art Center - Theater State of the art, built in multimedia capabilities. A Conference Coordinator must be present if the control booth is being used.

Tarbutton Performing Art Center - Chorale Rehearsal Room Tiered seating, equipped with piano and projection and A/V technologies

Tarbutton Performing Art Center - Green Room Fitted with a bank of makeup mirrors and space for dressing for plays or talent shows. This room has exterior entrance/exit and is equipped with projection technology.

Tarbutton Performing Art Center - Art Room Designed as an art studio. This room has a sink and exterior entrance/exit.

Tarbutton Performing Art Center - Instrumental Rehearsal Room An acoustically insulated room that can be used for music rehearsal of small groups. Two individual practice rooms, one equipped with a piano, are also available to music camps.

Athletic Center The Gymnasium is available at certain times for Conference Group scheduling. This should be scheduled though OCEC before arrival.
   o Shoes with cleats, leather soles, sandals and open toes are not allowed in the Gym
   o Basketballs and volleyballs will be made available as long as the supply lasts. Groups may wish to furnish their own equipment.

The Pool may be scheduled for open recreation through OCEC. The Athletic Department charges a fee for pool use and lifeguards, arranged and billed by OCEC.
   o A maximum of 50 may be in the pool at one time
   o Swimmers may not enter the pool until the lifeguards have given them safety instructions and approval to enter the water.
   o All swimmers must wear regulation swimsuits and should shower before entering the pool.

Weight Room: Special permission required. Contact OCEC. Participants must be 18 or over and sign a waiver.


Facility# of Rooms# of BedsRoom TypeBath TypeA/C
Elizer Hall 96 180 Residence Halls Communal yes
Murdy Hall 91 174 Residence Halls Communal yes
Fleming Hall 68 134 Residence Halls Communal yes
Haygood Hall 58 113 Residence Halls Communal yes
Jolley Residential Center 130 251 Residence Halls Communal yes


  • Dining and catering options are offered by Cafe Bon Appetit
    All meals are planned by our executive chef, and include balanced options for vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free and heart-smart guests.

    Oxford Dining can provide your group with fresh, contemporary menus for special meals or informal coffee breaks. If you are interested in a catered event, notify the Events and Conference Office early in your conference planning. 

    The OX is a grill and snack bar open in the summer only by special arrangements. Common Ox events are ice cream socials, late night snacks, or "last night of camp" celebrations.

    Sustainability at Oxford College
    The Oxford Dining sustainability practices are only a portion of Emory University's Sustainability Initiatives. 


  • Dining and catering options are offered by Cafe Bon Appetit
    Seating Capacity: 400
    Our Vision

    Oxford Dining conveys the excellence of the institution through food that is sustainable, nutritious, delightful, and delicious. Culinary here successfully honors and reflects the diversity of the campus community. All meals are planned by our executive chef, and include balanced options for vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free and heart-smart guests.

    Our Mission

    Oxford Dining offers a wide variety of menu options to satisfy the tastes and traditions of a richly diverse campus community. The success of the dining program relies on partnerships across all segments of campus, including students, student organizations, campus life, residential education and services, international student advisory board, finance and operations, Emory food service administration, and the professional food service provider.


Bookstore The Barnes & Noble / Oxford College Bookstore is open Monday to Friday, 10 am to 3 pm. Snacks, sweatshirts, toiletries and desk supplies are available there. Items may not be charged to your conference bill.

Parking Parking at Oxford College is free.  Guests will be given a parking tag upon check in, which should be placed on the dashboard of your vehicle.  We cannot guarantee parking immediately next to Residence Halls will be available, but all lots are within a few minutes walk of each Residence Hall. 

Public Safety and Emergency Services A Campus Police Officer will attend your Pre-Check-In meeting. At that time they will offer a brief orientation and how to handle emergencies, safety and parking.  Upon check in, you will receive the contact information for Oxford Campus Police who are available on campus 24/7.

Computer Access Free wireless access is available campus-wide. Use of wireless in the Residence Halls can be obtained by requesting a user ID and Password, which requires the approval of the Group Director, and is limited to those 18 and over.

Printing Access You may print and/or copy documents in the Conference Office for $0.08 per page. The first 20 pages are free.

Mailing Services The Conference Office will receive and hold mail for Groups prior to and during the time you are registered. You will be notified if we receive mail. OCEC will deliver mail to designated staff only. Please address summer mail as follows*:

Jane Smith
Happy Conference Camp (June 1-10, 2015)
ATTN: Office of Events and Conferences
Oxford College
810 Whatcoat Street
Oxford, GA 30054

*Mail that does not include the name of the camp, conference or group may not be delivered.

Vending Machines Vending machines are located in Residence Hall common areas. Problems with vending machines should be reported to the Student Center reception desk. The receptionist in the Student Center will handle reimbursements for lost money.

Ice Machines Ice machines are available in the Student Center, Dining Hall (with special permission), the Jolley Residential Center and the East Village Murdy Kitchen. There is no charge for this ice; however, if these supplies run low you may need to purchase bagged ice and we can store it for you.


  • "We have enjoyed bringing hundreds of teens out to Oxford each summer for more than 20 years. All-inclusive pricing helps us budget and we couldn't ask for a better setting for our students to learn and have fun."

    Georgia Teen Institute - GUIDE, Inc

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