Wondering what to expect in a University of Georgia residence hall? These pages will cover some of the major facets of living life on campus.
Dates and Breaks 
This page features detailed information about the holidays and break periods for the current academic year.
Academic Initiatives 
University Housing has partnered with other departments on campus to provide an enriching and supportive environment for students, including tutoring and advising in the residence halls, special live-in programs to enhance academic interests, and opportunities for personal growth.
Get Involved! 
Now that you're here, YOU are a part of the university and housing communities. We invite you to explore how you can get involved with your community for a more meaningful and enriching college experience that will not only enhance your leadership and work skills, but also provide you with valuable content for your resume!
Roommate Relationships 
You're going to meet hundreds, maybe thousands, of people as a student at the University of Georgia. Few will make as significant an impact on you as will your roommates. Whether you are planning on living with your best friend from high school or a complete stranger, we have valuable tools and strategies that will help make these important relationships among your most treasured.
Community Guides 
The regulations and policies in the Traditional and East Campus Village Community Guides are the framework that drive the processes and operation of Housing Assignments Offices, define the community living standards, explain the resident conduct codes, and lay down the rules about what's allowed in the residence halls. Have a question about pets, lofts or what you can hang on the walls? Visit the Community Guides answers to all of these questions.
Meningococcal Disease 
Georgia law requires all students be informed about the potential risks associated with this very serious disease.