GGC Housing is designed to develop, provide and assess programs and services that provide students with opportunities for holistic development in a living and learning environment. It is the responsibility of the student resident to read and understand the materials and directions in their housing agreement, the Community Guide: Housing Policies and Procedures, GGC Student Handbook and Student Code of Conduct as well as official e-mails, posters, policy changes or written/verbal correspondence issued by GGC Housing or its agents.
Download the entire 2013-14 GGC Housing Policies and Procedures Guide as a PDF.
Georgia Gwinnett College has established a residence policy for freshmen and transfer students who transfer in less than 30 semester hours. This policy requires such students to live in campus housing. In addition, this policy is designed to enrich your education, assist in fostering relationships on campus with other students, faculty and staff, and enhance your academic success.
The campus residence requirement does not apply to you if you:
You may be exempt from the campus residence requirement if:
Any request for an exemption must be made to the Student Appeals Committee via the online appeals form (www.ggc.edu/appeals) at least one month prior to the start of the semester in which you intend to enroll. Each request must be fully documented, reviewed and is subject to approval at the sole discretion of the College.