At the Entrepreneurship House Living Learning Community (E-House LLC), entrepreneurial students have the opportunity to live on campus and participate in a variety of opportunities to connect with like-minded E-House residents. This partnership between Georgia State Housing and the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute supports students with facilities and programming to bring their entrepreneurial ideas to fruition.
DID YOU KNOW?
Students in Living Learning Communities perform better academically, connect with faculty and fellow students and transition more easily into college life.
E-House provides students at Georgia State University with entrepreneurial ambitions the chance to live, learn and connect with others who share similar interests and aspirations.
Residents collaborate on and develop their ideas, as well as participate in events, activities and experiences such as:
Exposure to the Atlanta ecosystem
E-House Study Lounge
The E-House Study Lounge brings students together who want to live and breathe creativity and innovation.
Collaborative study space
Dry erase walls
65-inch touchscreen monitor
Interested in E-House?
E-House accepts new student residents each fall semester. Students interested in applying to E-House are required to complete both a Living-Learning Community (LLC) application and a Housing application. Questions should be directed to the E-House Advisor.
On Friday, November 9th our E-House Living Learning Community students got some entrepreneurial coaching from Chris Walker (B.B.A. ’16, M.B.A. ‘17) and Jerell Abrams (B.S. ‘13) of “See Atlanta Sights.” While they both had different experiences at Georgia State, both men stressed the importance of getting involved while in college, because it is how you build relationships with people — you never know who you might meet and where they’ll end up.