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News & Announcements

Georgia Southern University Now Offers BSN-to-DNP Pathway

NursingEventInvitation_4x9“This program indicates that Georgia Southern is responsive to provide educational experiences that will improve the health care of Georgians,” said Allen. “It also shows the University’s commitment to continue meeting the educational preparation necessary for nurse practitioners to work in the ever-changing health care environment.”

University Selects Emily Kuhfeld As First Head Coach for Women’s Golf Program

Georgia Southern University announced Emily Kuhfield as the first head coach for the Women's Golf Program on July 9, 2014.“I could not be more excited and honored to join the Georgia Southern family as the first women’s golf coach,” said Kuhfeld. “During the interview process, I was blown away by the University, facilities and beauty of Statesboro. I feel that everything is in place to create something very special here."


Georgia Southern Stories

89 Countries Represented by Student Body
One Student Body

Georgia Southern's international student community now represents 89 countries. For some of these students, English is a distant second language and move-in day is their first experience on U.S. soil. In time, however, both the small feel of the University and the southern hospitality makes them feel right at home.

Breaking News

Stephanie Todd Haley (‘95), a communication arts major at Georgia Southern, oversees programming and manages story/event planning for HLN, the cable network once known as CNN Headline News. Crediting her college experience as a guide into her profession, she gives back to the University, serving on the Communication Arts Advisory Board.

True Blue at Georgia Southern