You can print an application by visiting our website and looking under "Forms."
In addition to submitting your application, you will need to submit your $50.00 non-refundable housing application fee to the EGSC Business Office (make sure you include student name and ID number). After your application and application fee are received, it will be processed by the EGSC Office of Housing and Residence Life.
Each student who chooses to live on campus will also have to complete a Criminal Background Investigation Consent Form and return it for processing. The CBI Consent Form is also available under "Forms."
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 478-289-2172 when any of your personal information changes. Please include your legal name and student ID number in your email message.
There is no deadline, but rooms are assigned on a first-come basis dependent on completion of paperwork and payment of fees. Housing is not guaranteed.
The Residence Hall Application has a space for you to write the name of specific roommates. If you choose someone after you have turned in your application, you can email or call us with the addition.
Roommates are assigned based on information provided on the Residence Hall Application and input from the student. On the application, students can request roommates by name. They also complete a section about hobbies/preferences that helps us match them. If four people do not request each other by name, they will be sent contact information for every applicant that they match. It will be up to them to contact potential roommates and contact the Office of Housing and Residence Life to update their preferences. Any spots available after July 5 will be assigned by the Office of Housing and Residence Life.
Yes, you can request a roommate change. Changes can be made via EGSC email up to one week before the posted move-in date if space is available.
You may request a room change during a semester, but space may not be available for an immediate move. Roommate Agreements will be completed during the first month that the student is on campus. This agreement will ask the four roommates to consider situations they might encounter during a semester and discuss a plan of action. The agreement can be altered at any time to fit the changing needs of the group, but also serves as a platform for mediation.
After you have completed all the steps for application, a temporary assignment will be made and you will be contacted by email.
Contact Anna Marie Reich, Coordinator of Disability Services at 478-289-2039 or email email@example.com , as soon as possible because accommodations take time to be approved and arranged.
Yes, applications will be processed, and you will be contacted about any missing requirements for admission to EGSC. You cannot live on campus if you are not accepted as a student.
No, on-campus housing at EGSC is designed for roommates of the same gender only.
The Office of Housing and Residence Life very strongly advises that each resident carry individual renter's insurance for his or her personal property in the event of fire, flood, theft, hurricane, tornado, overflowing tubs, broken pipes, water main breaks, etc.
You must understand that East Georgia State College and the Office of Housing and Residence Life DOES NOT and CANNOT protect any personal belongings against burglary, vandalism, fire, smoke, and other perils.
You must also understand that by not having personal liability insurance, you may be liable to third parties and to East Georgia State College and the Office of Housing and Residence Life, for certain perils which are covered by renter's insurance.
You may be covered by your parents' homeowner's insurance. Check with your parents' homeowner's insurance company to see what is covered and additional information necessary for coverage.
We will make every effort to have a Preview Room available for touring during Orientation, EGSC Open House, and regularly scheduled campus tours, but cannot allow items to be placed in apartments before a student moves in.
You must complete, sign and return a Room Condition Report at move-in to document any problems with the condition of the room when it is initially occupied. You will be held responsible for any damages to the room found upon move-out unless originally noted on the Room Condition Report or a previously reported maintenance problem.
Rooms will be inspected again at move-out. You must schedule this inspection and be present when it takes place.
Housing and Residence Life will maintain and repair the mechanical systems, plumbing systems, and appliances. Residents will be responsible for any costs that occur from misuse, abuse or neglect to the apartment or the premises.
No, any EGSC student can live on campus.
Yes, all students who choose to live on campus will be required to purchase the meal plan.
The entire building offers wireless internet access!
A computer lab is available inside Bobcat Villas, inside the Jean and L.C. "Shot" Strange Clubhouse, in the Student Services Complex and in the Library, so a student has multiple options on campus if they do not bring a computer. However, all residents have access to the lab in Bobcat Villas and all EGSC students have access to the other labs, so a student may have to wait their turn during peak times.
No, cookware and utensils will need to be provided by the student.
Bobcat Villas will close during Thanksgiving Week, the Winter break and Spring break. Students will need to secure other housing options during these times. However, students may leave all belongings in their rooms.
Visitation hours are posted by the Office of Housing and Residence Life and students are kept updated. Visitors must be 18 years of age or older, must have a current picture ID and must abide by all policies while visiting. Residents are only allowed one visitor at a time since they must escort their guest and are responsible for their actions while visiting.
Permission can be requested from the Residence Life Coordinator via email for special circumstances. Overnight guests must be of the same gender as the resident they are visiting.
The reservation fee is forfeited if the student cancels his/her contract before moving in.
Only service animals are allowed in Bobcat Villas.
We ask that students carry a full academic load (12 hours) during Fall and Spring semester and at least 6 hours during Summer semester.
Financial Aid money can be used to pay for housing and meal plan costs beyond the application fee and deposit. The application fee and deposit must be paid out-of-pocket.
After students move in, they are responsible for cleaning the apartment. Health and safety inspections will be performed by staff to make sure the apartments are being cleaned on a regular basis.
Absolutely! Bike racks are provided, but students will need to provide their own lock.
Telephone access is available in the Residence Life Coordinator's office inside Bobcat Villas for students to use if they need to call home. Emergency phones that directly dial 911 are located near the emergency exit on each hallway.
EGSC offers free tutoring in the Academic Center for Excellence located in the Luck Flanders Gambrell building.
Each resident will have a mailbox in the Clubhouse. Residents will receive their EGSC address as part of their move-in packet.
Residents do not have a curfew. The lobby doors are locked 24/7 and can only be accessed by a resident with an ID card.
Cable service is provided in the living room of each apartment. If a student would like to have cable service in their bedroom, they can request information from our local provider and have the service connected in their name.
Bobcat Villas has a laundry room. Students do have to provide their own laundry detergent, etc. There are 6 washers and 6 dryers in the building. The residents will not be charged to use the equipment.
EGSC furniture cannot be removed and a clear path has to be maintained to the exit, but students can bring their own furniture to supplement/decorate the apartment.
The Jean and L.C. "Shot" Strange Clubhouse is accessible to residents and their guests. This facility has a fitness center, a game room, four big-screen TVs, a computer lab, study rooms and a multi-purpose room with kitchen.
Please contact our office at 478-289-2172 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be happy to help you or put you in contact with the correct resource.