Living Learning Communities are an academic strategy that link academics to on-campus living. Each Georgia Tech community is an integrated experience that promotes interactions between faculty and students, fosters collaboration among students, improves student GPA, enhances campus and civic engagement, increases retention, and eases both the academic and social transition to college.
LIVING LEARNING COMMUNITIES
Students admitted to Georgia Tech can apply to Grand Challenges, the Honors Program, and the Science, Math and Research Training Living Learning Communities. While each of these communities offers a different focus, they all have required academic coursework, a first year living requirement, and the option to continue living with members of the community in nearby apartments as upper-level students. All admitted students will be contacted soon after admission decisions with information on how to apply. Please visit each community's website to learn more and find contact and visit information.
Beginning in their second year, students are invited to apply to the Women, Science, and Technology and the International House Living Learning Communities. Students are contacted in January with information on how to apply. WST and I-House require students to participate in community activities and events and offer optional coursework. Please visit each community's website to learn more and to apply.