All the Oxford accommodation options are air-conditioned and equipped with a secure entry system. Each complex has its own laundry and there is a sink in each room. When a residence hall is occupied by a summer group, the main lobby desk is staffed from 4 PM to midnight.
The JRC complex faces the College Quad and is comprised of four small dormitories. The smaller buildings are connected by lobbies, lounges and study rooms which are often used as meeting and activity spaces by summer groups. The maximum capacity of the JRC is 264; there are 129 double rooms, 2 triples and 10 singles. There is a hall bath with showers on each floor. The JRC is popular with summer groups because ages and sexes can be separated by building.
East Village was opened in the fall of 2008, and is Oxford's first to receive LEED Gold certification. The complex is comprised of two three floor, elevator accessed buildings.
The spacious main lobby has a flat screen TV and ping pong and pool tables. Each building has a large lounge and on each floor are study areas and small group meeting rooms. The complex houses 350 persons in 159 double rooms, 4 triple rooms and 24 single rooms. There are two large restrooms with showers on each floor.
Haygood Hall is named after Atticus Haygood, former president of Emory College. It is a two story residence hall comprised of three two story wings. Each wing has doors that open into a common area. The capacity of the hall is 119: guests are housed in 53 doubles, 4 triples and 1 single. Haygood is next door to the Dining Hall which makes it a popular location.
The Branham and East Complex is comprised of Branham (currently closed) and East Halls. The capacity of East Hall is 106, and guests are housed in 50 double rooms and four single rooms. One of the single rooms has a private bath.
East Hall is a three story building attached to the Dining Hall by a covered walk way. Its location and the spacious lobby and lounges make it popular with summer guests.