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The Office of Residence Life has summer school housing options for the convenience of our students. Students who live on campus during the summer term are also required to have some form of the meal plan. The RFoC Dining Hall will be open June 1 - July 23 for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
If you would like to apply for summer school housing please complete the Summer 2015 Housing Application/Contract.
Summer 2015 Housing Pricing and Options
Term Attending Dates for Term Rate May Term May 10th - May 30th (3 weeks) $340 Summer Term Only May 31st - July 24th (8 weeks) $895 Term 1 Only May 31st - June 29th (4 weeks) $455 Term 2 Only June 26th - July 24th (4 weeks) $455 May and Summer Term May 10th - July 24th (12 weeks) $1235 Summer Term through Fall May 31st - August 15th (12 weeks) $1235 Whole Summer May 10th - August 15th (15 weeks) $1575
Summer 2015 Meal Pricing and Options
Residents who are only attending Maymester classes are not required to select a meal plan. There is a minimum $200 dining dollar requirement for upperclassmen students who don't select a meal plan or block plan.
Freshmen and Sophomores are required to choose one of the meal plan options listed below: Juniors and Seniors may select ANY combination of meal plans or block plans offered: 10 Meals per week w/ $150 flex dollars $721 25 Block Plan 25 Meals/$75 flex dollars $390 15 Meals per week w/ $100 flex dollars $738 40 Block Plan 40 Meals/$75 flex dollars $485 Unlimited Meals per week w/ $50 flex dollars $765
Resident Assistant positions are available through the Department of Residence Life & Housing. Resident Assistants are student staff members who live in and lead the residential communities of our campus. The RA experience provides many opportunities to observe and correct undesirable behavior, to orient students to University life, to aid in their emotional and academic adjustment, to develop certain social skills, to be available to residents and encourage student responsibility and accountability. Resident assistants are an integral part of the out-of-class learning experience. It’s not just a Job, it’s an Adventure!!!!!!
Residence Hall Director
Location: SW Pines Office
Desk Assistant Coordinator
Location: SSC 3437
Residence Life Coordinator
Location: SW Oaks Office
Residence Hall Director
Location: SW Magnolia Office
Location: Student Success Center Office 3441
Director of Residence Life
Location: SSC 3435
The 10, 15, and unlimited meals per week plans include unlimited seconds in the dining hall and Flex Cash that may be spent in the Chick-Fil-A, Boar's Head, Java City coffee shop, or in our on-campus convenience store.
Meal Plans Available to All Students
(Residents that have not earned 60 credit hours are required to have one of the options below.)
Meal Plans Available to Juniors, Seniors, and Graduate Students Only
(Residents that have earned 60 credit hours are required to choose one of the options listed above or one of the following plans.)
First-time GSW Freshmen Students
We are excited that you will be joining our Georgia Southwestern Family! A housing packet will be mailed to you from our Admissions Office once you are accepted. If you have questions, regarding the process or mail outs, feel free to contact them.
First time SGSC Freshmen Students
We are excited that you would like to live on campus at Georgia Southwestern! The housing information will be sent to you from the SGSC Entry Program Office once you have been accepted. Please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have.
Exemption from Residency
All freshmen and sophomores are required to live on campus. If you wish to live off campus and meet the exemption requirements listed below, please submit an Exemption from Residency Form.
Upperclassmen, Transfer, and Graduate Students
Please submit an Upperclassmen Housing Application to ensure you get the room you want.
Non – Retuning Residents
If you are graduating or not returning to GSW, please submit a Non - Returning Form in order to receive your deposit.
All residential students must also submit a Meningitis Form.
If you have already filled out a housing contract and would like to appeal your obligation to it, please submit an Appeal of Housing Obligation Form.
Checking Out of the Residence Halls
If a student is withdrawing from the university or has an emergency and needs to check out of the residence halls the student must complete the General Check-out Packet and submit all paperwork to the Office of Residence Life located on the 3rd floor of the Student Success Center.