Through our programs and facilities, which are recreational, educational and sporting in nature, we promote and develop healthy life-style choices. Benefits of participation include the application of leadership, decision-making, problem solving, conflict management, communication and social skills. We strive to provide the safest, cleanest, highest quality, most dependable and enjoyable services.
The mission of the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life at Georgia Southern University is to enhance student development by creating an environment that fosters and supports leadership, civic engagement, brotherhood/sisterhood and academic success within Georgia Southern University’s community.
Russell Union Suite 2007 | Statesboro, GA |(912) 478-5185
The Office of Leadership and Community Engagement, guided by the principles of transformational leadership, integrates learning, service, and leadership to empower students to become active, global citizens who lead with a lifelong commitment to service.
The mission of the Multicultural Student Center is to contribute to an inclusive learning environment by supporting the institutions efforts to retain and graduate students prepared for a diverse global society. We provide mentorship opportunities, deliver diversity education and inclusion training, celebrate the cultural diversity of all students, and advocate for underrepresented groups in the Georgia Southern University community guided by the University mission and CAS standards.
The Office of Student Activities supports the mission of Georgia Southern University by providing and enhancing diverse involvement opportunities beyond the classroom. In a student-centered and engaging environment, we empower students to lead themselves and others through experiential learning.
Williams Center | Statesboro, GA | (912) 478-7270
We build community.
We engage Georgia Southern students every day to provide information and promote reflection, conversation and action. We do this in print, in person and online with words, photography, video and advertising and marketing services. Our student-led media outlets operate under The George-Anne Media Group name.
Students who participate in our program learn communication skills, critical thinking in a business environment, teamwork and leadership. They often go on to media careers, but the program is open to all majors and all career interests.
Williams Center | Statesboro, GA | (912) 478-7459
The Office of Career and Professional Development is committed to providing Georgia Southern University students and alumni with a broad range of personalized services to prepare them for professional success. Students will have the opportunity to develop essential skills and discover their career identities through major and career exploration, employer interaction, and experiential learning opportunities.
Williams Center | Statesboro, GA | (912) 478-5197
The Counseling Center at Georgia Southern University is where students can go to participate in programs and receive services designed to help them handle day-to-day challenges and encourage their personal growth and development. The Counseling Center is staffed by clinicians who provide services on an individual and group basis at no additional cost to those enrolled as full-time students at Georgia Southern. Counseling sessions are scheduled by appointment.
Our team finds pleasure in interacting with students on campus, and we are enthusiastic about assisting the University in providing an environment that is conducive to learning and personal development. As a unit of the Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management the Dean of Students Office upholds the values of the division by putting STUDENTS FIRST. We pride ourselves on service to students, and are committed to fostering the type of environment that is characterized by collegiality, civility, safety, free-expression, and respect regardless of differences. The Dean of Students Office works collaboratively with other offices on campus to enhance the quality of student life, so please feel free to call on any one of us!
Our Mission -To provide high quality, compassionate healthcare, education and health promotion in support of student retention, graduation, and positive long-term wellness.
Welcome to the Student Accessibility Resource Center, a unit of the Division of Student Affairs. Our mission is to ensure that all qualified students with disabilities receive equal access to educational opportunities at Georgia Southern University.
Welcome from the Office of Student Conduct here at Georgia Southern University. Our role is to educate students, faculty and staff about the rights and responsibilities of our students according to the Code of Student Conduct. One aspect of our mission is “to uphold the academic and behavioral standards of the University by adjudicating violations of the Student Conduct Code in a fair and consistent manner, treating each student with dignity and respect.”
Russell Union – 2nd Floor | Statesboro Campus | (912) 478-0059
As the Student Government Association our mission is to serve as advocates to the student body and be liaisons between them, the administration, faculty, and staff. We strive to ensure responsive, inclusive, participatory, and representative decision-making at all levels to uphold effective, accountable, and transparent leadership; which will reflect the best interests of the students we serve.
The SSS program provides comprehensive services to first-generation students, low-income students, and students with disabilities. The primary goal of SSS is to help transition, retain, and graduate students at Georgia Southern. Through our services, we provide opportunities for academic development, assist with college requirements, and serve to motivate students toward the successful completion of their undergraduate degree program.
The goal of Auxiliary Services is to provide the university community with outstanding services to help support the academic mission of Georgia Southern. We strive to deliver exceptional service and great value in a caring and professional manner. Our talented and dedicated staff of nearly 300 full-time employees is committed to the advancement and success of this institution. We employ over 450 students in our diverse departments, which are engaged in creating an environment that fosters academic success.
Watson Hall | Statesboro Campus | (912) 478-5406
LGBTQ+ Resources and ServicesClick Here for a list of resources available to our LGBTQ+ students.
Boost Child Care Tuition Program
In January 2017, Quality Care for Children and Armstrong State University teamed up to assist Armstrong students with child care expenses through the Boost program. Through this program, eligible full-time Armstrong students who are in good academic standing and have completed at least 60 credit hours can receive up to $125 a week per child for daycare tuition. This program is completely free and does not require repayment.
Initially, five Armstrong students were selected for the Boost program, and an additional five students were selected in March 2017. This fall, there are 38 spots available to students of either the Armstrong Campus or Liberty Campus. If you are interested in applying, please fill out the interest form below.
If you have any questions, please contact Patrice Kerner at firstname.lastname@example.org Interim Associate Provost for Student Engagement and Success.Boost Program Interest Form
Last updated: 10/4/2019