Student Housing

Candler Residence Hall

Hawkins Hall
With a layout that mirrors its neighboring Hawkins Hall on the Residential Quad, Candler features fully-furnished two-or-four-bedroom apartments that include cable TV, internet access and phone lines in each room.  A community room is located at the end of the east wing.  Candler Hall is n
amed in memory of Mrs. Lee Edwards Candler.
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Hawkes Hall

Hawkes Hall 
A recent $1.4 million renovation allows the four-story Hawkes Hall to house female students on the second, third and fourth floors, while Education Department offices and classrooms occupy the ground floor.   Student rooms with wood floors and high ceilings are furnished with single beds (mattresses measure 36" x 72"), chests, desks, lamps and chairs. The building, which features a large-screen TV lounge and three separate laundry facilities, was named in memory of Mrs. Harriet Hawkes, mother of College benefactor A.K. Hawkes.
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Hawkins Hall

Candler Residence Hall
Completed in 2002, this apartment-style hall houses 124 students.  Arranged in either two-or-four-bedroom floor plans with one bathroom per two students, the apartments are fully furnished and have full kitchens. Hawkins Hall is named in honor of Annie Carter Hawkins and in the memory of Allen Willard Hawkins, Sr., parents of Scott Hawkins '74.

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J.K. Boatwright Residence Hall

J.K. Boatwright Residence Hall
Renovated in 2003, Boatwright Hall features a traditional dormitory arrangement with a central hall and two community bathrooms on each floor.  Double occupancy rooms house up to 102 men.  Every Boatwright room comes with a refrigerator and microwave, beds (mattresses measure 36" x 80"), desks, chairs, dressers, closets and window blinds.   The building was named for J.K. Boatwright, longtime member of the College's Board of Trustees.
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Turner Hall

Turner Hall
Turner Hall was renovated and enlarged in 2003 to house the Mabry Gipson Student Center, which features The Campus Grill, student assembly rooms, and activity space.  The third floor remains a residence hall with a central hall and community bathrooms. Spacious rooms have closets and built-in dressers, while the desks, chairs and beds are moveable. Mattresses measure
36" x 72".

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Waights G.Henry, Jr., Residence Hall

Waights G.Henry, Jr., Residence Hall
This five-story brick building features open-air porches and air-conditioned, four-person suites. Internet access is provided, as well as cable TV, and laundry facilities. Unique to Henry Hall are these amenities: a cardio vascular gym (with stationary exercise bikes, treadmills, elliptical machine, and flat screen TVs), a computer lab, and tutoring center. The structure is named in honor of Dr. Waights G. Henry, Jr., president of LaGrange College from 1948-1978."
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