Do freshmen have to live-on campus Georgia Southern?

Do freshmen have to live-on campus Georgia Southern?

Do freshmen have to live-on campus Georgia Southern?

First Year students who attend Georgia Southern University are required to live in on-campus housing during their first year of enrollment. This requirement includes students accepted by the Office of Admissions as a first-time, full-time student (12 credits per semester) or a transfer student.

How long do you have to live in Georgia to be considered a resident for college?

12 months
You must have established a primary or permanent Georgia home at least 12 months immediately preceding the beginning of classes for the semester in which you will be attending in order to be considered a Georgia resident.

How do you qualify for instate tuition in Georgia?

An independent student who has established and maintained a domicile in the State of Georgia for a period of at least twelve (12) consecutive months immediately preceding the first day of classes for the term shall be classified as in-state for tuition purposes.

What is proof of residency in GA?

Two Documents showing Georgia residency – where you live (e.g. utility bill, phone bill). These documents must show a street address and be dated within the past six (6) months. Non-Citizens – must provide proof of identity and/or lawful status.

How do you prove residency in Georgia?

Be prepared to bring:

  1. Your current driver’s license.
  2. Proof of your Social Security number.
  3. Proof of identity such as your passport or birth certificate.
  4. 2 documents proving Georgia residency such as a signed lease, a utility bill, or a bank statement.

Can you choose your roommate at Georgia Southern?

Can I put in a preferred roommate? Yes, you can if you have their Eagle ID. Both roommates must preference the other person on their application (a mutual request) and both roommates MUST select the same room preferences in the same order to make sure they are assigned together.