Time to Register for Fall Housing and ThinkBig Programs
It is spring semester and you know what that means—time for students to start thinking about the fall semester! In addition to classes, students need to consider where they are going to live. Students planning to live on campus during the 2014 - 2015 academic year will apply online February 4 - 26, 2014.
Upperclassmen will self-assign and second-year students will be auto-assigned via StarRez, the Department of Housing’s residential management software. Among its many features, StarRez enables students to list building preferences and find a roommate online.
The roommate selection process helps students find people based on profile comparisons which makes it easier for roommates to be a “good fit.” For those who already know who they want to room with, students are able to request roommates in their application.
The Central Housing Office website provides abundant information related to on-campus living. Please visit housing.gatech.edu or call 404.894.2470 for assistance with any questions concerning your 2014 - 2015 housing application.
ThinkBig Living Learning Communities
ThinkBig is an opt-in program that allows students and faculty to interact informally outside the classroom. Students live with others interested in the same topic and participate in activities in their halls and off campus. Visit ThinkBig.gatech.edu for details.
The 2014 - 2015 ThinkBig programs are:
- Applied Humor – Professor Pete Ludovice
- ATL: The 411 on the 404 – Professor Hugh Crawford
- Center Stage: The Performing Arts and Georgia Tech – Professor Melissa Foulger
- International House – Professor Kelly Comfort (separate application due Jan. 31)
- Life in Art and Imagination – Professors Jude LaBlanc and Natasha Myshkin
- Science of Fiction and the Fiction of Science – Professor Gil Weinberg
- StartUp House: Live Your Start Up! – Professor Keith McGreggor
- SOL: Sustainability and Outdoor Leadership – Professor Dan Matisoff (separate application due Jan 31)
- Storytelling: From Campfire Tales to Facebook Profiles – Professor Brandy Blake
- Thought for Food – Professor Eric Schumacher
- WST: Women, Science, and Technology – Professors Carol Colatrella, Mary Frank Fox and Mary Lynn Realff (separate application due Jan. 31)
- Workflow Status: Published
- Created By: Rachael Pocklington
- Created: 02/04/2014
- Modified By: Fletcher Moore
- Modified: 10/07/2016