Policies

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The Georgia Tech Department of Housing strives to provide a safe, comfortable, and productive living environment. You are encouraged to read and familiarize yourself with the policies below in order to be aware of the expectations and requirements of all residents.


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Student Code of Conduct

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Student conduct definitions, procedures, and policies are located under Student Life on the GT Policy Library site.

Guide to Community Living

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Where can I get help? How can I ensure a great living experience? Those questions and more can be found in the Guide to Community Living.

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Contracts

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Housing contracts and cancellation policies are available on the Contracts page.

Assistance Animals

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Service animals (as defined by the ADA) are welcome on campus and in student housing; however, emotional support animals must be approved as an accommodation for campus housing and are not allowed in other areas of campus where pets are normally prohibited. Review the Emotional Support Animal Policy for the process and requirements.

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Accessibility & ADA Accommodations

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The Department of Housing is committed to providing access and accommodations for all students. Apply for housing first, then immediately register with the Office of Disability Services program at 404-894-2563 (regular call line) or 404-894-1664 (TDD). Housing and Office of Disability Services will work together to verify your needs and find proper accommodations. Remember that there are a limited number of accessible rooms, so all deadlines must be met to allow us to better accommodate you. For more information, visit the Office of Disability Services website below.