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The Campus Experience
Take a virtual tour to see how Azell Francis '13 found big university opportunities with the feel of a small college, while learning to lead in our close-knit community.Start tour >
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When Sarah Ryniker (‘15) discovered a stack of handwritten letters, dated 1850, and penned by the late Richard Joseph Nunn, she could barely contain her excitement.
Online and mobile resources provided by local law enforcement are helping to create a safer community
Whether you are in the City of Statesboro or traveling out of town, the Statesboro Police Department and Georgia Southern’s Office of Public Safety are working to ensure the safety of the University community through various resources, including house watching and property registration, available to students, faculty and staff.
Georgia Southern Stories
Mark Keel graduated from Georgia Southern with one goal in mind: to become chief of the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED). Today, Keel is living that dream. The last year has been difficult for SLED, as they were confronted with several difficult and high-profile cases, but he is proud of how the department and the community came together.
Fifteen years ago, Jacayla Edwards and Kadijah Woods were students at Greensboro Elementary School when 56 first graders at the school were promised financial help - by benefactors Tom and Kathy Kelly, a retired couple living at Lake Oconee, Georgia - for college if they made it through high school. The Georgia Southern students are on the verge of graduating.