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Georgia State University Housing’s mission is to cultivate a safe, inclusive, living-learning environment, where all residents develop holistically through support and opportunities focused on self-awareness, practical competence, cultural competence, and academic engagement. On-campus accommodations are available in the University Lofts, University Commons, Patton Hall, Greek Housing, Piedmont North and Piedmont Central. These residence halls offer a variety of living options. Housing costs for all facilities include rent, furniture, furnished kitchens (where applicable), all utilities, wireless internet, basic cable television, free access to laundry facilities and mail services. Typical furniture sets include an extra-long twin bed, desk, chair and closet or wardrobe unit. Residents’ safety and security are maintained by card or key access, camera systems, security and police officials, on-call staff and a guest check-in process. Atlanta Campus students only are eligible to live in University Housing residence halls.
The University Lofts offers fully furnished loft style apartments that blend urban style with modern day conveniences. The Lofts houses approximately 550 residents. The facility provides five floor-plan options: four bedrooms with two bathrooms, three bedrooms with two bathrooms, two bedrooms with one bathroom, one bedroom with one bathroom and a studio with one bathroom. The apartments include living areas, private and shared bedrooms, and full kitchens. The Lofts community spaces include an activity lounge, multipurpose room, laundry room, and the Lofts Learning Center. Lofts resident parking is managed by the Georgia State office of Parking and Transportation and is available at an additional monthly cost.
The University Commons is a 4.2-acre complex with four buildings ranging from eight to fourteen stories. The Commons houses approximately 2,000 residents and offers convenient, apartment-style housing. The facility provides three-floor plans: four bedrooms with two bathrooms, two bedrooms with one bathroom and two bedrooms with two bathrooms. Each apartment has a common living area, private and shared bedrooms and a full kitchen. Each floor includes a study or community lounge space and each building has a laundry room. This complex includes living-learning communities, learning center, covered parking spaces, the Student Health Clinic and a MILE (math) computer lab for university classes.
Patton Hall is a first-year residential student facility with 330 beds. Patton offers one and two-person suite style bedrooms that are connected by a full bathroom. A dining hall is located on the ground floor and is available to the entire Georgia State University community. An all you care to eat meal plan is required for students who reside in Patton Hall. Residents may use their meal plan at all residential dining facilities. Residential services include open lounge areas on each floor, mail services and a laundry room.
Greek Housing is home to nine fraternities and sororities, residing in three-story town homes, which range from nine to nineteen beds per unit. Each townhouse has a variety of room layouts, features a spacious living room, a full kitchen and community bathrooms. There is a large community center within the complex with laundry facilities.
Piedmont North consists of two buildings ranging from six to eight stories. Piedmont North is primarily a first-year residence hall with a residential population of approximately 1,150. Bedrooms and bathrooms offered at Piedmont North are shared by two or three suite mates. An all you care to eat dining center is located at Piedmont North, and a meal plan is required for all residents. Students may use their meal plan at all residential dining facilities. This facility offers several community spaces, a courtyard, mail services, covered and surface-level parking and a learning center.
Piedmont Central is a first-year semi-suite style residence hall with a residential population of 1,148. Students reside in a single bedroom or a shared double bedroom suite with shared bathrooms. There is an all you care to eat dining facility located on the ground floor and is available to the entire Georgia State University community. A meal plan is required for all residents and residents may use their meal plan at all residential dining facilities. Each floor has a study area, community lounges, and laundry facilities.
University Housing residence halls are in highly desirable downtown locations that are within minutes of Georgia State University academic buildings, libraries, computer labs, the Student Recreation Center, the Student Center and many major attractions in Atlanta. Sign up to live on campus and begin enjoying all the advantages, University Housing has to offer. All University Housing residence halls meet the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act. For more information, visit University Housing located at 75 Piedmont Ave, Suite 110, call 404-413-1800, email us at email@example.com or visit myhousing.gsu.edu.