First year students in Global Leadership, Grand Challenges, and the Honors Program pay $400 per semester. First year students in iGniTe, SMaRT, and SHaRP pay $200* per semester. I-House and WST students pay $200* per semester. *Fall 2017 and Spring 2018
Fall 2018 and Spring 2019
iGniTe: Folk and Caldwell (Hefner if needed) Late Summer Session
Global Leadership: Hanson, East Campus
Grand Challenges: Howell and Cloudman, East campus
Honors Program: Hefner and Armstrong, West Campus
SMaRT: Folk, West campus
SHaRP: Caldwell, West Campus
I-House: Hayes and Gray Houses, East Campus
WST: Stein and Goldin Houses, East Campus
Fall 2017 Admission
iGniTe, Global Leadership, Grand Challenges, Honors Program, SHaRP, and SMaRT send early action invitations to students by April 7th and regular admission invitations by April 25th. I-House and WST notify applicants by February 10th.
How do I apply for a Living Learning Community?
Admitted students receive an email soon after their admission decision inviting them to apply to iGniTe, Global Leadership, Grand Challenges, the Honors Program, SMaRT, and/or SHaRP. Students should apply using the link in that email. For more information regarding LLC requirements and commitment, please visit each community's website. Students are invited to apply to all Living Learning Communities that they have an interest in pursuing. If invited to join more than one community, students must choose only one. Please remember that SMaRT is for Science and Math (College of Science) majors only and Science and Math majors interested in pre-health are given priority for SHaRP.
If you need information about housing, i.e. how to apply for campus housing, how to pay for campus housing, the deadline for payments, the size of the room, the cost of the room, etc., you can visit the Housing website or call 404-894-2470.
For information regarding a specific Living Learning Community's requirements or application process, i.e. required courses, required activities, application deadlines, roommate selection process, etc., you can visit each community's website or call their office.
For general information regarding Living Learning Communities at Georgia Tech, i.e., how to determine which community is right for you, why Georgia Tech offers LLCs, the value of LLCs for students, etc., email the Center for Academic Enrichment.