The Maxwell/Channing Cox Apartments located behind the Tuck Business School, The Ledyard Apartments on East Wheelock Street and the North Park Apartments located on North Park Street make up the senior apartments. The UGA position in apartment style housing is unique given the set-up and the makeup of the hall being mostly seniors and juniors. This means that the UGA does not function in a traditional way, but instead needs to be very outgoing and innovative in meeting the needs of the residents.
Living Learning Communities
Living Learning Communities are located throughout campus, from free-standing houses to program floors within residence halls. Each community is unique in its interests, yet one thing that unites all LLCs is that there is a strong connection between in-classroom learning and out-of-classroom experiences, with a faculty or staff advisor connected to each community and UGA to help spur programming and interaction.
Currently, there are specifically assigned UGAs in the following Living Learning Communities:
- Asian and Asian-American LLC
- Chinese Language House
- Entrepreneurship LLC
- Foley House
- Gender Equity Program Floor
- Global Village
- Humanities Floor
- Interfaith Program Floor
- La Casa
- LALACS (Latin American, Latino & Caribbean Studies) House
- Native American House
- Shabazz Center for Intellectual Inquiry
- Sustainable Living Center
- Thought Project
- Thriving Through Transitions Floor
- Triangle House
All UGAs are expected to meet the Residency Expectations of their assigned Living Learning Community.
We do not currently hire UGAs specifically for the Design Your Own communities; however, there will be UGAs who cover the floors that contain those communities.
To apply to be the UGA for a Living Learning Community, you must complete the essay prompts connected to that community.