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Intern Housing Program

Georgia State University has one of the fastest growing intern or work programs in the country. Conference Services provides students from around the world with comfortable living accommodations and a host of fun group activities and programs throughout the summer that are sure to make them feel at home. There are three options for accommodations:

University Commons: $36.23 per person per night with no linen
These four bedroom and two bathroom apartment style accommodations provide a private lockable bedroom that comes furnished with an extra long twin bed, chest of drawers, desk and chair and a closet (linen service not provided). The bathroom will be shared with only one other apartment occupant (of the same gender). The apartment has a furnished living room, dining area and kitchen with full size stove, refrigerator, dishwasher and microwave. Kitchen supplies (pots, pans, plates, cups, utensils, etc.), televisions or any other electronics are not provided. Meal plans in the state of the art dining center, located one block away, are available for purchase but are optional. There are free laundry facilities in the building.

Please visit Georgia State University Intern Housing Program to reserve your space.

Intern Application Process

November 6 Registration opens ($200 deposit due at time of registration)
Invoice of all estimated charges for the entire stay and payment schedule will be
emailed within seven to 10 business days after submission.
May 7 Regular registration closes
May 8 Late registrations assessed $75 expedited processing fee.
May 12 Check in begins at 9 a.m.
First month’s balance due upon arrival
June 1 Second month’s balance is due by 5 p.m.
Late fees are applied to accounts not paid by this time at a rate of $10 per day.
July 1 Final balance is due (including August dates, if applicable)
Late fees are applied to accounts not paid by this time at a rate of $10 per day.
August 1 Check out by 1 p.m.
Interns not checked out by this time will be assessed additional fees.


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