The Living-Learning community provides sorority women of Georgia College with a transformative experience that supports student development and individual growth.
Second year sorority members, selected to live in the sorority halls within the living-learning community.
- Living-learning community dedicated to women’s leadership development and empowerment.
- Curriculum dedicated to inter- and intra- personal leadership development.
- Sorority “hall” style apartment living with live-in peer mentors.
- Professional staff and peer mentors dedicated to the program and participants.
Sorority new members sign a lease after bid day but before September 10. Sorority chapters selected the final program participants for the program by November 1.
Students not selected to live in the living-learning community are released from their lease at this time.
July 2018, program participants move into the halls.
Apartment-style housing at West Campus, buildings 1, 2 and 3
The living-learning community provides the educational benefits in self-government, community living, group discipline and the opportunity for relationships with faculty and staff members.
“I am so thankful for the leadership and personal grow experience this living learning community will provide our sophomore class. Not only will this community help you become close with your sisters, it will also give you a convenient space to access all sorority functions, and provide you with opportunities to get involved with your sorority and at Georgia College.” –Jordan Thomas, Panhellenic President
“Imagine with me, can Georgia College be the preeminent university where leaders are formed through scholarship, public service and community engagement” – President Dorman
Do you still have questions about the Living-Learning Community?
Contact Elizabeth Christopher, Program Coordinator in the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life