Banks Hall houses first year students in traditional style residence hall facilities. Any community housed in Banks has been vibrant and strong. Visitors, guests, and other residents will often find students socializing in the lounges, hallways, and kitchen. Additionally, the community bath layout Banks offers lends itself to a close-knit community amongst residents. Banks Hall was constructed in 1928 as a community-bath style residence hall and underwent extensive renovations in 1999.
Banks includes 58 rooms and can house 94 students comfortably. Each room is equipped with a ceiling fans to supplement the room controlled air units. Every room is wired for high-speed internet access and cable service. Wireless is available throughout the building. There is a printer located on each floor for student use.
Other Residence Hall Options:
First Year Residence Halls- Wortham Hall
Upperclassman Residence Halls- Hightower Hall, Jones Hall, Persons Hall
Upperclassman Apartment Buildings- Elizabeth Turner Corn Hall and Ernest and Pauline
Banks Hall is named in the honor of the late William Nathaniel Banks and Mary Evelyn Wright Banks (class of 1914) of Grantville, Georgia. The Banks’ were trustees and longtime benefactors of the College.