Residence Life Programs

The typical college student spends 15-20 hours each week in the classroom, and between 80-100 hours in his or her residence. That's a lot of time! At Gordon State College, we consider that time to be a golden opportunity to expand our on-campus students' college experience through a variety of interactive programs.

In addition to the events planned by the Office of Campus Life, Resident Directors and Community Assistants plan many activities during the week and on the weekends for the residence halls' student body.

Planning Committees within the Residence Halls:

Residence Hall Activity Team (RHAT) consists of residents in each building who meet with the Resident Director and Community Assistants to brainstorm and plan desired events.

Residence Hall Safety and Maintenance Team (RHSMT) discusses concerns and conditions for a safer environment with the Resident Director and Community Assistants.

Living Learning Connections (LLC) are made up of residents who live together on a floor and engage in unique learning opportunities based on the same educational goals.

 Residence Life Program Survey