University Housing

All halls except East Campus Village, Reed and Payne halls will close for winter break noon on December 19-8 a.m. January 2. Round-the-clock quiet hours begin December 9 at 5 p.m. and end December 17 at 7 p.m.

Returning residents may register to live on campus for the 2015-16 academic year January 5-31 in The Dawg House! Not sure where you want your on-campus expereince to be? Take a tour! Drop into most of our halls 2-5 p.m. Sunday, January 25 or follow the hashtag #UGAHousingTour for glimpses of our halls on Twitter and Instagram. Want to see someting in particular? Tweet us using hashtag #UGAHousingTour and make a request.

For more information on room sign-up, visit our room sign-up page. And don't forget to register before January 31 for your opportunity to choose your on-camps space.

Don't just attend Georgia... live it!


We're so glad you'll be joining us! All first-year students are required to live on campus, which features 22 residence halls in eight communities. Because hall and roommate preferences are prioritized in order of registration date, we strongly recommended that students submit the $35 non-refundable University Housing registration fee after admission. Housing registration will be open on Mondays after asdmissions emails are sent on Fridays. Students MUST have a MyID to register for housing. Instructions for obtaining a MyID will be sent via email from the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. Registering for housing does not obligate you to enroll at UGA.

As part of University Housing's Green on the Screen sustainability film series, we'll be showing TINY: A Story about Living Small on Tuesday, November 11 at 7 p.m. (location TBD). For more about the film series, visit the sustainability page.

Tiny:  A Story About Living Small
After a decade of travel, Christopher Smith approaches his thirtieth birthday and decides it’s time to plant some roots. He impulsively buys a five-acre plot of land in hopes of fulfilling a lifelong dream of building a home in the mountains of Colorado. With the support of his girlfriend, Merete, he sets out to build a tiny house from scratch despite having no construction experience. The couple walks away with unexpected lessons about the meaning of home, the importance of place, and the personal impact of sticking with a project that became bigger than they’d ever imagined.

We’re impressed by what we’ve seen so far but we want more!

Now you have until 5 p.m. Monday, October 6 to send us your Room of the Year entries.

Grand prizes will be awarded in the categories of:
Best Male Room
Best Female Room

Best Video Tour

Grand prize winners will be decided by online voting via Facebook and YouTube, with a limit of one vote per resident. Winners (and their future roommates) get first pick of any available on-campus space for the 2015-16 academic year and a big ol’ prize basket.

And, new this year, we pick our favorites in categories such as Most Spirited, Best Use of Color, Most Sustainable and Staff Pick. So there are even more chances to win! Entering is easy:

1. Snap some photos or make a video tour of your room. Show us why it’s special.

2. Share them with us using this form.

That’s it.

View photos from last year's Room of the Year contest on our Facebook page!

Check out the 2013 top five videos on our YouTube page!

Find design inspiration for this year's contest on our Pinterest page!

For more information and official rules visit the official Room of the Year page online.

ENTER NOW, it’s easy!

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