Move-in activities for fall semester begin on August 14, when we welcome more than 8500 students to their on-campus home. Campus Services and Housing and Residence Life are preparing for five days of move-in, August 14, 15, 18, 20, and 21, that will bring exciting energy (and some traffic) to campus during Georgia Tech’s Week of Welcome.
On Monday, July 26 at 11 a.m., the Housing and Residence Life team will host a Move-in Volunteer Interest Town Hall both in-person in CULC 144 or virtually on BlueJeans. There, you’ll hear from Kasey Helton, John Stein, and Kari White about the opportunities to volunteer and the potential impact we can make on our students. This session is for both those who have already signed up to volunteer and those who are still considering.
We have a variety of volunteer opportunities for faculty and staff to be a part of our streamlined process, whether at our centralized mobile check-in or at the area unloading zones. Volunteers will help with things like greeting families as they arrive, managing volunteers, directing traffic, unloading cars, and more. There are also weekday opportunities to volunteer.
To sign up, please complete this form where you will see a more detailed description of each position. Volunteers receive meals, a t-shirt, water bottle, and belt bag. If you have questions about what it means to be a volunteer or want to learn more about move-in, join us on July 26 at 11 a.m. in-person or virtually.
We hope you’ll take the opportunity to meet some of our newest Yellow Jackets and help make their start to this year a great one!