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CAMP gives students in the program the opportunity to live their first year of college at the Hawk’s Nest at the Preserve, which are student apartments about 1.5 miles from the University of North Georgia (UNG). The apartments include three to four rooms in each. This will give the students the college experience of leaving home and becoming independent.

Although this option is only given to CAMP students for the first year, they are better equipped to live on their own and it saves them money. Also, it is proven that students who live on campus tend to do better academically and mentally.

In addition to becoming part of the CAMP family, the student builds long-lasting friendships and bonds with their roommates. They are incorporated into the community of the housing students themselves. Being in contact with roommates and other housing students gives the students people they can identify with at the college and can ask for help.

If you are interested in becoming a housing student, please do not hesitate to contact Thalia at 678-717-3482 or email.

What to Bring

  • Academic items and school supplies
  • Room organization and decoration
  • 3M Command strips/3M Command hooks
  • TV/DVD player
  • Straight pins to hang posters
  • Personal items
  • Food and drink items
  • Basic eating utensils
  • Laundry soaps/detergents
  • Extra towels, sheets and blankets
  • UL approved extensions cords and surge protectors
  • Cleaning supplies

What NOT to Bring

  • All of your clothes and shoes (pack for the season)
  • Desk or other large pieces of furniture
  • Expensive or irreplaceable collectibles or jewelry
  • Cooking appliances with exposed heating elements
  • Space heaters
  • Pets
  • Incense or candles

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