The Mary Ripley Warren Student Organization Loft is the place to be for members of the College’s 60 and counting student organizations. This versatile area includes dedicated office and meeting spaces for the Student Government Association, spiritual organizations, student media, Greek life and other clubs. It also features multiple lounge areas, informal meeting spaces and computer workstations.
The Zell & Shirley Miller Library utilizes more than 40,000-square-foot space for group study rooms, reading carrels, computer stations, and designated space for permanent and special collections on the third floor. It’s named for two of the College’s most distinguished alumni, former U.S. Senator and Georgia Governor Zell Miller, ’51, and his wife, Shirley, ’54. A 24-HOUR STUDY ROOM located in the library provides a space for students to meet for those late-night cramming sessions.
The Charles Suber Banquet Hall provides an elegant, spacious venue for group gatherings, guest lectures, workshops and receptions. Featuring a sound system, retractable screen and portable stage, this multi- purpose space is also available to the surrounding community for rental.
The Grace Rollins Dining Hall features flexible food options with healthy, customized made-to-order meals plus grab-and- go options. Features include multiple platform grills, a salad station, dessert bar and coffee shop. Additionally, late-night food offerings provide the campus community with expanded service. The 500-plus seating allows for less time waiting in line and more time hanging out with friends.
A multimedia theater includes stadium seating for around 25—the perfect space to gather a large group for a movie night.
Chick-fil-A Express serves up fresh and delicious meals, while Starbucks coffee is served hot and fresh daily. Get your chicken fix or morning latte without ever having to leave campus.
The game room offers endless hours of entertainment with pool tables, big-screen televisions, and gaming consoles like Wii, Xbox and PS4TM.
The Success Center helps students become comfortable and confident to do their best at YHC and beyond—academically, personally and professionally.
The largest building ever to be constructed at Young Harris, the Rollins Campus Center is the social and intellectual heart of campus.
The remarkable O. Wayne Rollins Foundation helped make the center possible through a $22 million lead gift for the construction of the facility.
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