Living Learning Communities

Seven males and one female gathered in a circle put their hands together.Each Georgia Tech Learning Community is an integrated experience that promotes interactions between faculty and students, fosters collaboration among students, enhances campus and civic engagement, and eases both the academic and social transition to college. While each of these communities offers a different focus, they all offer opportunities to further explore an interest through experiential and academic programming while residing with other students who share that interest.

Visit the Learning Communities webpage for all the details. 

First-Year Living Learning Communities

All admitted Georgia Tech students are invited to apply to the First-Year Living Learning Communities via their Admission Portal. Each First-Year Living Learning Community is also a part of the First-Year Experience program and reside in these Residence Halls:

Explore Living Learning Community: Folk and Caldwell (West Campus)
Global Leadership Living Learning Community: Perry and Matheson (East Campus)
Grand Challenges: Cloudman and Howell (East Campus)
The Honors Program: Eighth Street East and South (West Campus)
Impact: Field (East Campus)

Upper-class Living Learning Communities



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 and reside in these Residence Halls on East Campus:

International House: Hayes and Gray Houses
Women, Science and Technology: Stein and Goldin Houses