As a member of a residence hall community, you will be living in an environment intentionally designed to offer you many opportunities to meet new people, learn new things, and actively participate in campus life. Your residence hall is more than your new address; it will serve as a place where you socialize, engage in interactive activities, study and collaborate, and take advantage of leadership opportunities.
Before you come...
- In order to sign up for housing and make sure you have a room when you come to Georgian Court University in August, there are a few things you need to submit. You must submit a $250 deposit to the Bursar's Office, with a Housing Contract (PDF) and Resident Information Form (PDF). If you are interesting in a Living Learning Community, please specify that on your forms.
- Housing is provided on a first-come, first-served basis, so submit your deposit and paperwork to the University as soon as you know that you will be attending Georgian Court University and plan on living here.
- The Office of Residence Life will notify you in mid-July of your room assignment and roommate's information. Take this opportunity to get to know your roommate before the year starts! Talk to him/her about what to bring to make your room into your new home away from home. Not sure how to start the conversation? Here are some points to consider when getting to know your new roommate. You do not need to discuss all of these items before moving in, but you should be thinking about them as you are getting ready to live with this new person.
- Check out the Frequently Asked Questions for commonly asked questions about living in the residence halls!