Each living learning community has a unique application, and you should carefully read each community’s website to determine your level of interest.
Admitted freshmen will be contacted soon after admission decisions with information on how to apply to Grand Challenges, Honors Program, SMaRT, and SHaRP. The early action deadline is February 24th, and the regular admission deadline is April 7th.
You can apply to multiple communities; however, if admitted to more than one community, you must choose one to join.
I-House and WST applications are typically due by the end of January. Students must be at least a rising second year student to apply.
Applying for a Living Learning Community is a completely separate process from the Housing Application process. All students will need to follow the procedures and meet the deadlines for Georgia Tech Housing found on their website.
To attend an info session or learn more about a community’s application process, please click on the community below.