Living with the Honors Program
Georgia Tech Honors Program students consistently rate the opportunity to live together as one of the best features of the Honors Program. Honors Program students are diverse in many ways—including majors, interests, career aspirations, backgrounds, experiences—generating many opportunities to learn from and collaborate with one another. And those opportunities are easy to find and pursue, thanks to the ways in which Honors Program students are alike: highly motivated, curious, creative, connected to community, and willing and able to cross disciplinary boundaries and move from theory to practice.
Dining, Transportation, and Parking
The new West Village dining hall, with food service, classrooms (where some Honors Program classes will be offered), and study rooms is located adjacent to Hefner-Armstrong and across the street from Crecine Apartments. A bus stop located on the street running between Hefner-Armstrong and Crecine Apartments serves two campus buses, and a Trolley stop is located one block away. Parking passes can be purchased for a nearby parking deck and surface parking lots.