Important NOTE: Please keep in mind that it is illegal for persons under the age of 21 to consume alcohol in the USA!
Amazon@GeorgiaTech, located on 5th Street in Tech Square, is now open for package pickup. Anyone with an active email address ending in “.edu” can sign up for a Prime Student trial membership and receive six months of shipping benefits free.
Lodging at Caldwell Hall. Submit a maintenance request if you are having problems with your dorm room.
Housing office hours are M-F, 8am-5pm, Tel (404) 894-2469. For emergency services after hours, please call Emergency Duty Number (404) 630-3557.
Supermarket: Publix (The Plaza Midtown store) is at 950 W Peachtree St NW. Tel: (404) 253-3544.
Campus Recreation Center (CRC): This 300,659 sqft state of the art facility is a unique expansion of the existing swimming and diving venue built for the 1996 Olympic Games! The CRC’s five floors contain a competition swimming pool, leisure pool with 184′ water slide, diving well, sauna, studio workout rooms, raquetball & squash courts, basketball & volleyball courts and climbing wall. The cost is $24 for the ASP students for the duration of their stay (this is a great bargain since normally the cost is $5 per entry). For those that want to use the CRC, the membership fee is the students’ responsibility. Acceptable form of payment: credit card or buzz card fund. No cash. Bring your buzzcard and payment to the CRC Member Services desk, and identify yourself as from the “Atlanta Summer Program Group” or “ASP Group”. The clerk will check you off the ASP roster, collect payment from you, and have you sign a liability waiver form. You will then be entitled to unlimited access to the CRC during your stay. Note that it is important to identify yourself as an ASP student since our arrangements with the CRC is unique.
Campus Tour. Learn interesting and important facts about Georgia Tech through a campus tour. Visit the Tech Tower, Gilbert Memorial Library, Bobby Dodd Football Stadium, etc. Tours are held Monday through Friday, starting at 11am or 2pm, excluding holidays. This is a walking tour led by a current Georgia Tech student. Comfortable shoes are advised. In case of inclement weather, it is best to be prepared with rain gear as the tour goes on rain or shine. Tours begin and end in the Bill Moore Student Success Center. You must register for the tour in advance.