Fall and Spring Eligibility Requirements: Only students accepted to Georgia State University are eligible to live in University Housing and students must be officially admitted to the University before completing the Housing application process. Acceptance of the Housing Contract is not a commitment of admission to the University and any Housing assignment inadvertently made to one who has not been admitted to the University for the involved academic term shall be null and void. The University requires minor students to have a guarantor co-sign all Housing Contracts and shall not enter into any Contract with a minor student without a cosigner’s written guarantee of payment. Residency in University Housing requires full time student status at Georgia State as defined by the University Registrar's Office. Fewer hours are acceptable only in the semester of graduation or with the prior written permission of University Housing. Students will not be permitted to maintain occupancy in University Housing during academic sessions when not registered for classes except upon the prior written permission of University Housing.
Summer Eligibility Requirements:
1. Officially enrolled Georgia State University students and attending classes during summer semester.
2. Students currently enrolled in spring semester, registered for classes for (the upcoming) fall semester, and are not in summer semester classes.