Named for the 1902 graduate, John Christoph Blucher Ehringhaus, Ehringhaus community – or E-haus as residents call it – has as much history as it has fun. E-haus has a heavy first-year population, which makes it an ideal community for making the transition to college and meeting others who are eager to get connected to everything going on at Carolina.
E-haus is located right across the street from Hinton James and just south of Manning East community. E-haus is also close to Rams Head which includes a dining hall, market, gym, and Starbucks. Also nearby are Student and Academic Services Buildings (SASB), Ehringhaus fields, and Boshamer Baseball Stadium.
The suite-style rooms will give you plenty of chances to make friends.
Also, don’t miss the Ehringhaus Beach Blast at the end of spring semester. Hosted on the lawn between Koury and Ehringhaus, the Beach Blast features student performers, free food, games, and giveaways to celebrate the academic year before finals begin.
"I am a first-year currently living in the Ehringhaus Community, and what makes my community unique is that it is full of ways to enjoy the full first-year experience. Nearly everyone in the building is a first-year, so we’re all sharing common experiences and mindsets, which helps us to feel comfortable in our new home. There are also tons of social activities available for the whole building or for each floor, which help our community to feel like just that – a community. My personal favorite feature is our view from my 6th floor woodland side room – the sunrises and sunsets are to die for."– Rachel W., resident
“In celebration of Ehringhaus’ 50th birthday (we determined based on the elevator inspection history), the RA staff threw an amazing party with a wide variety of delicious foods and entertaining games including elevator Survivor and a humongous Twister board”– Frank, Community Manager
"Living here as a freshmen is a great way to bond and make new friends. The suite-style also helps people in Ehringhaus to become closer by allowing more daily interaction. It is also easy walking distance to every other South campus dorm because it is in the middle area of that region."– Christina, resident