Here's what you need to know about being a resident at Georgia Tech over the break:
Staffing will be more limited during the break, but the Housing & Residence Life team will still be available for the community that stays on campus for the break. Those residents should be advised that the residence hall staff may enter your space to perform maintenance and/or health and safety inspections.
Resident Assistants will continue to be on duty during the winter break. Contact numbers for these staff will be posted to all entrances for the residence halls. RAs on duty will also serve as contact in the event of an emergency during the days when the Institute is closed.
Emergency Maintenance Requests
If you need to submit an emergency maintenance request, please contact the RA on duty. They will assist students with routing the request through the proper channels while campus is closed.
Get to Know Campus in a Quieter Setting
The quiet of summer is a perfect time to get out and see parts of campus you've never seen before. Try out the filters on the campus map to explore landmarks for all interests!
Catch a Flick at the Starlight Drive-In Theatre
The Starlight Theatre, Atlanta’s very own drive-in, lets you watch new releases from the comfort of your own car. Tickets are $10 per adult and $1 per child in your car. Each ticket is good for two movies, which will play back to back on the same screen.
Explore the Atlanta Botanical Gardens and Piedmont Park
Only a few minute drive from campus, the Atlanta Botanical Gardens are located at the top of Piedmont Park, one of the city's largest and most iconic parks.
Walk the Atlanta Beltline
Get your steps in while you see the city from all sides along the Beltline.
Visit Ponce City Market
One of Atlanta's coolest food hall/markets is just minutes from campus! At Ponce City Market you'll find tasty eats, curios, and entertainment all around the space.