The Reed Community is composed of Building 1516, Morris Hall, Payne Hall and Reed Hall. Payne and Reed halls are located at the center of campus near the Tate Student Center, Sanford Stadium, the Journalism- Psychology complex, and the Main Library. Morris Hall is close to the Fine Arts building, Terry College of Business, Park Hall, and the School of Law. Building 1516, the newest residence hall on campus, is located adjacent to East Campus Village and near the Ramsey Student Center for Physical Activities.
Residents of Reed Community are known for their involvement in countless campus issues and activities. When they're not busy with their extracurricular activities, they can often be found studying or lounging, or playing a game of ultimate Frisbee on the Reed Quadrangle, a large grassy area bordered by Reed, Memorial, and Milledge halls.
All four halls offer high-speed, in-room Internet access, lounges, study rooms, kitchens, laundry facilities, and vending machines.
Payne and Reed halls are open year-round. Students who need housing during break periods are encouraged to request housing assignments in these halls. Building 1516 and Morris Hall close during all designated break periods: fall, Thanksgiving, winter, spring and summer.
All four residence halls are coeducational. Visitors are allowed in Building 1516 and Payne and Reed Halls 24 hours a day, seven days a week (visitation option "2").
Morris Hall features visitation option "1". Visitation is permitted Monday-Thursday from 10 a.m. - 2 a.m., and 24 hours beginning 10 a.m. Friday to 2 a.m. Monday (Sunday night).
Reed Community residents should read the Reed Community Resident Guide for the most up-to-date information about access to amenities within the Reed Community and basic policies and procedures.