Housing & Residence Life is working hard to communicate consistently with our residents. We hope our community will take advantage of our monthly newsletter and town hall to get the most out of their residence life experience.
As a resident at the Georgia Institute of Technology, you play a critical role in helping reduce the negative environmental impact of our halls in key areas such as waste, energy, and water. Click below to familiarize yourself with the resources your Residence Hall can provide you regarding proper recycling and compost, saving water and energy, and otherwise being a good steward of our shared environment!
All laundry machines in the residence halls are free, residents only need to turn them on by pushing the start button without making any type of payment. IF YOUR MACHINE HAS A CARD SLOT, YOU SHOULD NOT INSERT YOUR BUZZCARD OR ANY PAYMENT INTO IT.
Residence Hall Association (RHA) offers the chance to make a difference on-campus. As an officer you will have the authority to allocate money, join committees, advocate on important issues, and grow as an individual.
A FLO (First-Year Leadership Organization) is an organization with strong GT departmental connections that seeks to better the Georgia Tech community through a unique program that enriches the first year experience for its members and the entire freshman class. Housing & Residence Life is proud to support Emerging Leaders (EL), Suite Up (SUPP), and and First-Year Activities Board (FAB).
Residents in Georgia Tech housing can be assured that the members of the Residence Life and Housing staff, as well as other campus agencies, are working together for emergency preparedness and response.