Applying for Housing
Upper-Class Housing Wait List, Spring 2020
Currently, Georgia State University Housing has a waiting list for upper-class student housing for Spring 2020. Students applying for housing will be placed on the waiting list according to their application submission date. Room assignments will be made as beds become available. Please note that first year students will have priority placement. To be considered for placement, you must submit your application and pay the $350 Room Reservation Fee. Students will receive a full refund of the Room Reservation Fee if:
- University Housing is unable to make housing accommodations or
- Student is no longer interested in housing and submits a cancellation form prior to receiving a room assignment offer.
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It's as easy as 1, 2, 3.
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Step 3: Apply
- Application selection: Select the term for which you are applying.
- Housing agreement: Read contract thoroughly before accepting.
- Payment: Pay online with credit or debit card (Visa, American Express, Discover or Master Card).
- Confirmation: Print last page for your records (payment receipt).
|Return In Person
Georgia State University Housing
75 Piedmont Avenue
Atlanta, GA 30303
|Return By Mail
Georgia State University
P.O. Box 3961
Atlanta, GA 30302-3961
Patton Hall offers suite style accommodations for 325 residents offering single and shared housing room accommodations. This residence hall is for first year students who are interested in an enhanced and specialized first year, living learning experience. Students who live in the FYRE LLC will begin their LLC experience by moving in early and attending Camp FYRE, University Housing’s three day, two night, extended orientation camp first year students. Following Camp FYRE, students living in this LLC will engage in various programs and activities to assist first year students with the academic, personal and social transitions to Georgia State University.
Piedmont Central is a first year housing facility that houses approximately 1,152 students. This residence hall offers private and shared occupancy rooms. Piedmont Central offers a unique twist to a traditional residence hall lifestyle that enhance a first year students’ personal and academic development, provide opportunities for intellectual and social engagement and promote meaningful interactions between residents and staff.
Piedmont North residence complex houses primarily 1,200 first year residents and offers double and triple occupancy rooms. Piedmont North offers a traditional residence hall lifestyle with all the amenities one would expect from a premier housing program. This residence hall allows Georgia State University to keep up with its significant growth while building a cohesive and unified campus community.
Apply for a Living-Learning Communities
Residents can pursue their passions and apply to live in one of the Living-learning communities. Living-learning communities offer dedicated and distinctive themed living options to residents. They maintain a genuine sense of community and are supported by programs, conversations and faculty interaction centered on the member’s interest. Living-learning communities offered for first-year halls at Georgia State University are First Year Residential Experience (FYRE), Performing Arts, Entrepreneurship House, Honors, Outdoor Adventure, Pre-Nursing, and Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). To learn more, visit Living-Learning Communities.
The Fall 2019 - Spring 2020 Housing Application is now open. Applicants must apply by 5 p.m. on February 5, 2019 to participant in the Keepers and Seeker’s online room selection.