Resources for Future Students
The Georgia Southern Community Thanks You
There is no way the Georgia Southern community could ever adequately thank all who have shown us support over the past few days. This has been and continues to be a difficult time for our Eagle family, but your support gives us strength. We hope you'll keep the families and loved ones of those who lost their lives in your hearts as they continue to grieve. We ask that you also keep our two students recovering from their injuries in your thoughts as well. The Eagle Nation is ever grateful for all of you.
Online Program Resources
Flexible. Respected. Online.
As an online student, you will be able to earn your degree on your schedule from anywhere in the world. Whether you are working your way up the corporate ladder, caring for patients, teaching students or deployed for military service, a Georgia Southern degree is only a click away.Learn More >
Military Student Resources
Military Friendly. Four Years In A Row.
Our Office of Veteran Services provides military and veteran students with the service and assistance they deserve. Whether you are entering college for the first time, transferring from another school, or returning after a deployment, the Eagle Nation welcomes you home...Learn More >
Current Student Resources
News & Announcements
A message from Georgia Southern University President Brooks Keel:
Eric Spencer, a junior trombone performance major, will spend 11 weeks this summer performing with top college musicians from around the country after winning the jazz trombone soloist chair in the 2015 Disneyland All-American College Band.
Georgia Southern Stories
She is the first international student to serve as SGA president, the first female president since 2009 and she was recently selected for the Potts Student Advisory Council Leadership Award from among SGA presidents in Georgia. She is Azell Francis, a student at Georgia Southern and a leader with a bright future.
Though Tim Willis (‘94) lost his eyesight at age 10, he hasn’t let it hinder his courage or confidence. While at Georgia Southern, he was the first blind athlete to compete in NCAA Division I cross country, and has since become a medal-winning member of the U.S. Paralympic team, setting national and world records along the way.