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New Student (First-Year and Transfer Students)
University Housing is accepting applications for students wishing to live on campus at the Armstrong Campus in Savannah.  All first-year students completing their academic year applications by April 1 will receive priority placement.
Application Process
All first year students are required to live on campus for their first year of enrollment.  Students who begin in the summer or fall are required to live on campus for the Fall and Spring terms, students who begin in the spring are only required to live on-campus for the Spring Semester.  First Year students can apply for housing approximately two days after they have been admitted (applications are live on November 1) and the first priority deadline is April 1st.  Students who completed their housing application by April 1st will receive their fall housing information by May 1st.
Students will apply for housing by using the portal. If you have never logged into the portal you will need to click on the First Time Users link on that page in order to establish your account. Once logged into you will need to look for the Campus Life tile and then the On-Campus Housing Portal link. You will Click “Fall 2021 – Armstrong Campus Housing” at the top of the page and choose which campus you are planning on attending using the term selectors then simply follow the steps listed below:
StepStep NameDescription
1Start ApplicationPlease read the information on this page and continue to section 2.
2Enter Personal InformationYou will enter Personal Contact Information
3Roommate Matching QuestionsAnswer roommate matching questions that can be used to match with roommates or search for additional roommates
4Application FeePay the $100 non-refundable application fee
5Residential Learning CommunitiesLearn about Residential Learning Communities on campus and submit preference in order to apply for those communities.
6Room PreferencesSelect your room type preference. Please note that first-year students will only be allowed to select spaces in Windward Commons
7Roommate RequestSearch for roommates or form roommate groups with people you already know.
8Final StepsComplete your Application
9Room AssignmentRoom assignments will be sent out via email by May 1
10Sign Contract and Meningitis AcceptanceSign your housing contract and meningitis acceptance.
11Prepare for Move-InPrepare to move into the Residence Halls in August.
Returning Students

University Housing invites upper-class students who currently live on campus, to return to campus housing for 2021-2022.  On-line applications began on November 1, 2020.  Room selection will be held later in the spring. During the application process you will complete the application and form roommate groups. You will not preference any room styles as you will choose your actual room during room selection.


In order to complete the application, you must have your My.GeorgiaSouthern credentials. Just click the link at the bottom of this page to begin the online application process!

Click Here to Start the Process

Housing Renewal

Housing Renewal will be an online event this year beginning on February 4th for certain groups.  General housing renewal will be on February 11th.  Check your email for more information.

Upperclass students will be able to select their own room in Compass Point and University Crossings.  University Terrace will not be available in the application process as Georgia Southern University will no longer be managing that property following the conclusion of the Spring 2021 semester.

Theme Community Housing Selection: On-going

Students interested in living in one of our theme communities are invited to come to the University Housing Administrative Office (located on the second floor of Compass Point 7000) between the hours of 9am-5pm.  Once housing renewal information has been sent out, students can express interest in a theme community as an individual or as a group. Please contact Megan Carlisle by emailing

Students will have 2 communities to choose from:

  • Greek Housing
    • Open to students who are active members of Fraternity and Sorority Life organizations.
  • R.I.S.E – Residents in the Sophomore Experience
    • Open to students in their second year of college
      coursework, this community helps students make
      the most of their sophomore year through peer
      networking, personal exploration activities, and
      professional development workshops.

What do you do need to before you select your housing?

  • If you have not done so already, please complete the Fall 2021 – Armstrong Campus Housing application.
  • Make plans! We suggest talking to your friends and come up with a few different options.

Important Things to know

  • Windward Commons is NOT eligible for renewal as it is a community intended for incoming first-year students.
  • Rooms designated for our themed housing communities or for special assignment related processes are not available to self-select into. If you do not see your room available during the renewal periods it means that it is not available for self-selection or that someone has already selected the space.
  • You will not have to pay the non-refundable application fee.
Special Accommodation Needs

The Student Disability Resource Center and Housing and University Housing work closely together to evaluate requests for housing accommodations for students with disabilities. Students requesting special accommodation or modification for housing must complete and submit the Housing Accommodation Form in order to receive consideration. In addition, the student requesting accommodation must also have a current fully completed housing application on file before the university will evaluate a request for housing accommodation. A request for housing accommodation does not guarantee a housing assignment.

The student should complete Section I and the medical provider should complete Section II. This request must be completed in its entirety before a request will be considered. All requests for accommodation must be made by 60 days before arrival.

Documentation must substantiate a diagnosed impairment that is a current substantial limitation to a major life activity as it relates to housing needs. To ensure the provision of reasonable and appropriate on-campus accommodations for students, the university requires current and comprehensive documentation of the disorder from a current treatment/ assessment professional qualified to make the diagnosis. (Please note, a diagnosis in and of itself does not automatically qualify for requested accommodation.)

This request form must be submitted each year in order to review and renew, as appropriate, accommodations provided through The Student Disability Resource Center and Housing and University Housing.

2021-2022 Academic Year & Summer 2021 Contract Documentation

To view the housing contract please go to our contract page: Please note that the contract is signed in the On-Campus Housing Portal in the menu.

Last updated: 12/7/2023