Residence Life manages on-campus housing for approximately 220 residents. For the resident who lives on campus, we offer a variety of living environments in both single occupancy rooms and community apartment living.
Our experienced staff seeks to provide residents with intellectual, social, cultural, and recreational experiences to enhance the resident’s stay at the University, and to facilitate academic success and individual growth.
Living in a residence hall is a unique experience that provides opportunities to meet new people and to explore new ideas and ways of relating to others.
Residence hall living is a vital part of the educational experience in which residents are encouraged to assume individual and group responsibility.
On-campus apartment living provides residents the opportunity to cook their own meals, enjoy additional living space, and gain valuable experience living with other residents in a more independent environment.
The mission of the Office of Residence Life at Georgia Health Sciences University is to create a positive residential community that supports the academic mission of the university.
We seek to provide programs, services, and a diverse community environment that contributes to individual learning outside the classroom, foster growth and development, and encourage respect and responsible behavior.
The Office of Residence Life strives to provide safe, affordable, comfortable, and well-maintained housing facilities for residents.