New Transfers

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Welcome to your new home — where you’ll keep your stuff and hang out with friends, retreat for a little solitude, do lots of studying, and curl up for a good night’s sleep. Read everything you need to know about moving in below.

News & Events

Before Move-In

  • Visit Items to Bring (and what not to bring).
  • Contact your roommates to discuss who will bring what!
  • Check out the Room Specifications page to see what is already in your room.

 

On Move-In Day

  • If you have questions, call call the Central Housing Office at 404-894-2470.
  • To check in and get your room keys, go directly to your Area Office or the specific check-in location designated in Move-In Instructions sent to you by email and posted on this website.
  • PICKING UP YOUR KEY IS CHECKING IN regardless if a student spends the night or is dropping off their belongings.
  • Bring your own dolly or hand-truck for a quicker move-in.
  • To assist you in your travel plans, check our Move-In Instructions and residence hall street addresses as there will be an increase in traffic volume and congestion during this time.

Transfers Housing Brochure

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As a college student, you’ve already been handling an increased level of responsibility and independence — academic, social, logistical, and financial. Now that you’re advancing in your academic career, you’ll want to do whatever you can to make that journey easier. That’s where living on campus comes in..

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Items to Bring

Learn what you should bring and what you cannot bring. 

Move-In FAQs

We get asked a lot of questions. We have a lot of answers for you. 

Living Learning Communities

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Living Learning Communities are an academic strategy that link academics to on-campus living. Each Georgia Tech community is an integrated experience that promotes interactions between faculty and students, fosters collaboration among students, improves student GPA, enhances campus and civic engagement, increases retention, and eases both the academic and social transition to college.