Housing? Yes. Good housing? Probably not.
With a number like 6000, you're almost definitely getting housing. However, you might get stuck at one of the less stellar (for lack of a better phrase) dorm buildings like Salley, Dorman, or Smith. They are community-style and it will take a while to get used to sharing a bathroom with a whole floor. On the bright side, you'll meet lots of people and live right next to the Fresh Foods Co. dining hall.
If you get extremely lucky, you'll end up in one of the dorms in the very center of campus, which have the best location. Reynolds, Bryan, and Jennie Murphy (if you're female), are all pretty standard, only slightly smaller than the good dorms, Degraff, Wildwood, and Landis, and are a step away from the Suwanee Room dining hall. The only downside is that they don't have wireless internet.