Eagle Village Residential Complex, Statesboro, GA

Independent, On-Campus Housing for Freshmen

Built as the ideal freshman residential facility, Eagle Village combines private bedrooms that students enjoy with many opportunities for community development through shared lounges, floor kitchens, and the 4-unit apartment cluster that provides students with the ability to meet and connect with other freshmen students. A shared clubhouse provides students with a computer lab, classrooms and programming space for social and educational events sponsored by the residence hall staff.

This project arose as part of the University’s ongoing campaign to increase on-campus student housing facilities on its campus located in Statesboro, Georgia. As of 2005, all incoming freshmen were required to live in on-campus housing. The complex consists of a 3-story, 798-bed facility – each single living unit containing a 4-bedroom, 2-bath deluxe suite with a small living area and kitchenette. Also included in the complex were common public spaces, 2 classrooms, a computer lab, laundry facilities, a University police substation, a multipurpose room, a recreational room and a food service unit with a retail shop. As a subconsultant to Little Diversified Architectural Consulting, Hussy Gay Bell provided civil engineering and architectural construction administration services.

Eagle Village Residential Complex
Statesboro, GA

Completed in 2005, the $20M Eagle Village opened its doors to 798 freshmen in 2006. The Design-Bid-Build facility offers students independence and a community amongst peers with suite-style living accommodations, while providing them with on-campus housing and resources.