Summer School Housing
Thank you for your interest in summer housing. Students can be housed ONLY for sessions in which they are enrolled in classes. If you are in Atlanta for a summer internship or some other academically related pursuit, please refer to our Summer Intern Housing.
Summer School Session I or Session II students applying for housing will be assigned to the Clairmont Tower Apartments, the Undergraduate Residential Center (URC), or the Clairmont Residential Center (CRC). The apartments have central heat and air-conditioning, and are equipped with a stove, oven, refrigerator, dishwasher, disposal, mini-blinds, and carpet. All utilities are included in the rental price. Apartments are either one-, two-, three-, or four-bedroom; the rooms in the Tower are double or supersingles, and the rooms in the URC and CRC are singles.
The Student Activity and Academic Center (SAAC), also open to summer school students, is located next to the Undergraduate Residential Center and provides all summer school residents with access to outdoor basketball, volleyball, tennis, and swimming facilities, outdoor multipurpose field, indoor multipurpose area, strength and conditioning equipment, gymnasium, classrooms, and café.
Those not attending second session must vacate the rooms by noon on Saturday, June 27. Those attending first AND second session simply remain in their first session room for the second session unless otherwise assigned.
Clairmont Campus housing will close at noon on Saturday, August 8. Residents must vacate the rooms by noon.
Spring to Summer Interim Housing – May 7 - May 17 | $175
Summer to Fall Interim Housing – August 8 – August 22 | $385
To request interim housing, complete the Interim Housing Request Form. Your request must be received by the deadlines indicated on the form to receive full consideration. Requests received after that date may not be approved. You must be able to move in on the date indicated. You may be asked to move before or after that date depending upon room availability.
Guidelines have been established to promote the development of an environment that is suitable for the education and comfort of everyone involved. When these laws or policies are violated, the university is obligated to take action as part of the learning experience, teaching the individuals to be responsible for their actions. Any violation of community standards is a violation of your rights.
Students who violate university policies or the rights of others in the community are expected to accept responsibility for their actions and will be subject to the University Conduct Code and may be asked to vacate university housing for the summer.
Office of Residence Life and Housing | 404.727.7631
WE LOOK FORWARD TO HAVING YOU JOIN US FOR SUMMER 2015!