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Our Impact

The Georgia Southern Division of Student Affairs strives to make a positive, lasting impact on the lives of all of our students. Whether it is keeping them safe in unprecedented times, getting them involved on campus and in the community, taking care of their mental health, building their career readiness, or providing academic support, the Division of Student Affairs is built to prepare all of our students for success during and post-college.

Below are some of the highlights from our division from Fall 2020-Spring 2021, to give you a sense of what all we do, and the benefits in taking part in our programs and initiatives.

Departmental Highlights & Success

Mental Health Initiatives

We’ve created a partnership with The Jed Foundation (JED) to help create a long-term strategic plan while implementing immediate actions and programs to support student mental health on campus. 

The aim of JED Campus is to ensure that schools have comprehensive systems in place in order to prioritize student mental health and create positive systemic change in the campus community. JED provides a comprehensive public health approach in promoting emotional well-being and preventing suicide and serious substance abuse.

The nationwide percentage saw a decline of 25% in access to mental health services. Our Counseling Center saw a 26% increase in students accessing counseling center services.

$48,000 award in grant funding for various mental health programs.

Eagle Engage

Eagle Engage is a pilot program that was launched at Georgia Southern in November 2020.

Purpose: Online portal designed to develop community amongst students. A place to find and connect with student organizations, learn about campus events, log service hours, and grow skills/knowledge.

Report Analytics

  • 3,651 Attendees
  • 104 Events
  • 800 events were attended via Zoom
  • Course load reports 24.1% of students carried 15 credit hours
  • 40.3% of students had a GPA between 3.5-4.0
  • 68% of students were on the Statesboro Campus
  • 30.5% of students were on the Armstrong Campus
  • 22 Students were on the Liberty Campus**

Last updated: 9/20/2021