Undergraduate

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Welcome to undergraduate housing! Reference the information below for details about your application to moving-in.

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Before Move-In

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

On Move-In Day

Student Moving boxes
  • If you have questions, call GT Housing at 404-894-2470.
  • To check in and get your keys, go directly to your Area Office or designated location.
  • PICKING UP YOUR KEY IS CHECKING IN regardless if a student spends the night or is dropping off their belongings. There wil be a $50 per night per student additional charge made to your Bursar account for early move-in.
  • Bring your own dolly or hand-truck for a quicker move-in.
  • To assist you in your travel plans, see residence hall street addresses as there will be an increase in traffic volume and congestion during this time. 

Rising 2nd Year Brochure

Rising Second Year Housing

With one semester under your belt it is time to start planning for your second year at Georgia Institute of Technology. The 2019-2020 Rising 2nd Year Housing Brochure can help you.

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Returning Students Sign-Up Guide

2019-2020 Fall sign-up guide.

A step-by-step guide for the 2019 fall housing application and room assignment.

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Items to Bring

Male student with move-in cart filled with boxes during move-in days.

Learn what you should bring and what you cannot bring. 

Move-in Tips

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

GT Move-In sign on campus during move-in.

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.