Graduate Catalog 2018-2019

University Housing

The goal of University Housing is to provide a positive living-learning environment for all on-campus students. There are seven residence halls available in addition to The Village Apartments at West Campus. Rooms are assigned using a priority system based on housing application complete date. University Housing recommends that students submit their application prior to April 1 to have the best chance that mutual roommate requests will be honored. Incoming students may apply for housing once they have confirmed their admission with Georgia College. A meal plan is available, though not required for upperclassmen.

When accepting a room assignment the student agrees to abide by the rules and regulations established by the University, including carrying at least 7 academic hours each semester.  Exceptions to the seven-hour minimum requirement may be granted through University Housing.  Each residence hall is staffed by a Community Directory and all residence halls have at least one student on each floor serving as a Community Advisor.  The CAs represent University Housing, provide assistance to the residents and strive to build community in the building.