Soule Hall is the oldest residence hall in the Myers community, and is the only suite-style hall reserved for non-freshman females. Built in 1919, Soule is best known for its Southern charm with rocking chair porches, large kitchens and a central parlor for watching television and social gatherings. However, don't be fooled by appearances; Soule is a thoroughly modern building. Its air-conditioning and in-room temperature control, wireless Internet, ADA accessibility and convenient location make it a popular choice with residents. It is located directly across the quad from Myers Hall and close to Snelling Dining Commons, with easy access to transportation--the UGA buses stop right outside the front door.
The visitation option for Soule Hall is “2”, which allows for visitors 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
To send mail to a student via USPS, UPS or FedEx:
Soule Hall, Room Number
315 Sanford Dr.
Athens GA 30609-4201