As more people with families choose to pursue higher education, colleges are electing to provide on-campus family housing. Family housing allows students the ease of living on campus without sacrificing proximity to spouses and children. A few colleges in Georgia provide family housing.

Georgia Institute of Technology

Family housing is provided at 10th and Home.

Georgia Tech University in Atlanta provides family housing to its students in 10th and Home, an on-campus facility designed specifically for housing students with families. One- and two-bedroom units are available, both furnished and unfurnished. Only one child may reside in a one-bedroom apartment and two children are allowed in a two-bedroom. Utilities and associated program fees are included in the monthly rent. A spouse and/or child must occupy the unit with the student at least 25 days each month in order to qualify for housing at 10th and Home.

Georgia Institute of Technology

225 N. Ave.

Atlanta, GA 30332


University of Georgia

Nearly 1,300 students live in family housing at the University of Georgia.

The University of Georgia in Athens, GA provides family housing. Nearly 1,300 graduate students and their families live in one- and two-bedroom apartments. Family housing is divided into three communities: University Village, Rogers Road and Brandon Oaks.

The University of Georgia

Athens, GA 30602


Georgia State University

A student's immediate family may reside at University Lofts at Georgia State University.

Georgia State University in Atlanta does not have designated family housing units. However, it does allow families to reside in the University Lofts. University Lofts are adjacent to the campus and house approximately 450 residents. Only immediate family members are allowed to live in a student’s assigned family apartment in the University Lofts and the name of each occupant is recorded by the university’s housing department.

Georgia State University

33 Gilmer St. SE.

Atlanta, GA 30303


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