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Georgia Southern students enjoying conversation by the pool at Freedom's Landing, one of the many incredible residence halls located on campus.
Pic: Freedom’s Landing

Welcome home. Make the most out of your college experience with University Housing. Research shows that students who live on campus for their first year of college are more successful. Georgia Southern has a First-Year Live-On Requirement so that incoming students experience the many benefits of on-campus living.

It’s our goal to foster an environment where students are comfortable, safe and engaged. Staying in a residence hall affords you the opportunity for involvement in residence hall governance, community service and more, and opportunities to make lifelong friends. Sleep easy at night knowing that each residence hall has safety features such as key-card access, locked and bolted doors, panic buttons and emergency call boxes. Plus, every hall has free WiFi and you’ll never have to pay overage fees for your utilities!

  Residential Communities

Students with common interests or who participate in shared academic programs can take advantage of Living Learning Communities or Theme Communities where they will live together in the same residence hall.

  Residence Education

Resident Directors and Community Leaders are role models and community builders. They facilitate activities, mediate conflict resolution and offer additional support as needed.

  Around-the-Clock Repair

University Housing employs over 150 facilities and maintenance staff members. These award-winning professionals work to maintain residence halls and
take care of repairs promptly and efficiently.

Last updated: 4/9/2024