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Returning Resident Room Sign Up

December 01, 2016

As we move forward to spring semester, current residents should log into The Dawg House between December 19-January 31 to secure a space in University Housing for the fall! All residents who sign up by January 31 will be offered a random appointment time to choose an on-campus space.

Take these simple steps to ensure you will stay in the best student housing in town:

1. Log on to The Dawg House December 19-January 31 and request to participate in room sign-up

2. Follow the steps listed at and watch for emails to their UGA account about their status

3. Attend Secrets to Room Sign Up to learn about everything University Housing offers (tours available, see below for details):
January 17: 6 p.m. Rooker Hall fireside lounge
January 25: 6 p.m. Rooker Hall fireside lounge
January 29: 1 p.m. Rooker Hall fireside lounge

4. Take a tour:
Drop-in tours in will be available for residents and families on:
January 8, 2-5 p.m.
January 17, 6-8 p.m.
January 25, 6-8 p.m.
January 29, 2-5 p.m.
In the following halls: Brown Hall, Building 1516, East Campus Village (Rooker Hall), Mary Lyndon Hall, Myers Hall, Oglethorpe House, Payne Hall, Reed Hall, Rutherford Hall and Soule Hall

Visit the Returning Residents page for more information about the process and visit the hall pages to see amenities, floor plans, 360 photos and rates.

Questions about room sign-up? Contact the University Housing Assignments Office at 706-542-1421 or housing@uga.edu.

Early Action Registration

November 18, 2016

Newly admitted first-year students for the fall register for housing beginning Monday, November 21. Incoming students need their MyID to register for housing. Commitment deposit to the University of Georgia is not required and residence hall preference is given in the order of housing registration.

Join the #oneUGA Conversation

January 12, 2017

The first #OneUGA chat of the semester is January 19 at 6 p.m. on Twitter and live in The Intersection in the Tate Student Center. These chats are held the third Thursday of each month serve as a space for students to have guided discussions around topics related to diversity and inclusion. January’s topic is: student leadership.

“Our goal is to create a monthly safe space that students can use as a resource and support in regards to personal and national situations,” said Carrie Campbell, senior public relations coordinator for University Housing. “By having a consistent presence and conversation about diversity issues, we hope to be proactive instead of reactive.”

The collaboration between University Housing and MSP began in summer of 2015 with a series of virtual chats in the summer months with the purpose of engaging the incoming first-year class in conversations about campus life, diversity and the challenges and excitement facing students as they enter the fall semester.

Summer 2016 Twitter chats had a peak audience of 1.3 million and were a trending topic on Twitter in Atlanta. Streamed Facebook Live videos of panelists’ discussions had a peak viewership of 4,700.

Each chat has been and will be archived on Storify and the videos remain on the UGA Housing page so students who cannot participate still have an opportunity to follow the conversation.

Click here and here and here to see past chats.

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