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Residence Halls

Residence Halls

Georgia Southwestern has three residential living communities on campus to fit the needs of students. Freshman students will live in Southwestern Oaks. Transfer and Upperclassman students will live in Southwestern Pines or Magnolia. Students who wish to live off campus must meet the residency exemption criteria as listed in the Housing Terms and Conditions for the academic year.

Residence Halls

Southwestern Oaks

Southwestern Magnolia

Southwestern Pines

Accepted students will receive an email with instructions on how to complete the housing application process.

Apply for Housing

Department Contact

Office of Residence Life

Student Success Center
Third Floor

229-931-2375
housing@gsw.edu

Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 5:00pm

Staff

2021 Summer Room Rates

**Prices are subject to change without notice.

Term Price Per Term

Maymester (5/16-6/4)

$369

Summer Term 1 (6/7-6/30)

$498

Summer Term 2 (7/6-7/29)

$498

Summer Terms 1 and 2 (6/7-7/29)

$979

Maymester and Summer (5/16-7/29)

$1,348

Summer through Fall (6/7-8/17)

$1,348

Whole Summer (5/17-8/17)

$1,717

 

2021-22 Fall and Spring Room Rates

**Prices are subject to change without notice.

Residence Hall Price Per Semester

Pines – 2 Bedroom Apartment

$2,990

Pines – 4 Bedroom Apartment

$2,885

Pines – Double Occupancy Room

$2,095

Magnolia – Private Room Suite

$2,800

Oaks – 2 Bedroom Apartment

$2,990

Oaks - Private Room Suite

$2,800

Oaks - Double Occupancy Room Suite

$2,095

Daily Rate

$20

 

Additional Housing Information

Housing assignments will only be given to those who have been accepted by Georgia Southwestern State University or the South Georgia State College Entry Program, have submitted an official housing application, and have paid the $50 non-refundable housing application fee.

The $50 housing application fee is non-refundable. It will not be returned to individuals who do not secure a housing assignment (due to their lack of acceptance or failure to complete a housing application) nor to individuals who choose not to occupy their assigned room (i.e. enrolled students who choose to live off-campus or those who choose not to matriculate).