Living on Campus

While convenience is often the number one reason students choose to live on campus, University Housing offers students much more than just a place to study and sleep. Georgia State provides students with a variety of living options.

Why Live on Campus
A decision to live in University Housing means new students will join the other students who live on campus and call it home. University Housing provides opportunities for student growth and development through educational, cultural, recreational and social programs available in all housing locations and in Living-Learning Communities. Students who choose to live in University Housing are guaranteed to meet more people. Living on campus will give students a greater sense of connection with the university and with the people they will meet.

Students who are still wondering why being part of the residential community will enhance their experience at Georgia State University should check out a few reasons why University Housing staff and residents would ask, “Why live anywhere else?”

Enjoy the Conveniences of Living on Campus
Enjoy Conveniences
When students live on campus, one price includes furniture, utilities, cable, internet and laundry. Students can choose between a meal plan, dining downtown at over 300 restaurants or preparing their own food in their own kitchen, which is available in many of the residence halls. And, of course, students who live on campus enjoy an easy walk to classes, the libraries, shopping, dining, exercising and other recreational areas.
Make Social Connections
Making Friends
Living on campus creates more opportunities to meet new people and develop lasting friendships. Students living on campus can take advantage of communal dining, athletics, concerts, films, lectures, study groups and student organizations. Social, educational, cultural and recreational opportunities are available in all housing locations. While there's always something in which to take part at any given time, students can choose their level of involvement.
Achieve and Succeed
Achieve and Succeed
Research indicates living on campus positively influences students' grade point average, level of involvement in campus activities, retention at the university and satisfaction with their collegiate experience. On campus, students can take advantage of study groups, additional instruction, advisement and career services. Professional staff in University Housing are available for advice or referral for topics ranging from personal problems to career decisions.

University Housing makes assignments without regard to race, religion, color, age, disability, national origin or sexual orientation. Subject to availability, University Housing will attempt to take student preferences into account. No guarantee of a specific unit, space, rate, facility, complex or assignment is made or implied.

Ready to get started? It's as easy as 1, 2, 3.

Step 1: Get Your ID

Obtain your campus ID and email.
Get your campus ID

Step 2: Log In

Login to MyHousing using your campus ID and password.

Step 3: Apply

Complete the online application on MyHousing.
  • 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
Suite 110
Atlanta, GA 30303
Return By Mail
Georgia State University
P.O. Box 3961
Atlanta, GA 30302-3961

Meal Plan
PantherDining, the university's dining service, offers meal plans. For more information, call 404-413-9676 or visit Academic Year Meal Plans. Residents living in Patton Hall and Piedmont North are required to have the meal plan. The meal plan is priced separately from the housing costs. The dining centers located in Patton Hall, Piedmont North and Piedmont Central are all you care to eat style dining facilities. Residents of Patton Hall, Piedmont North and Piedmont Central have unlimited access to the dining halls during operational hours.

The Residential Network (ResNet) is managed by the University Housing Information Technology Services whose mission is to provide high quality ResNet services to University Housing residents and guests. Apogee is the provider for cable, high speed internet and telephone service. For more information on technology services provided within the residence halls please refer to the Housing Technology Services.