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Open House: March 28, 2015

Join us from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, March 28th to learn more about how Georgia Southern may be the perfect fit for you!
Take a campus tour, meet with faculty and talk to current students about their college experience.

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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.

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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...

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News & Announcements

Barry Joyner Named Dean of Georgia Southern University’s College of Health and Human Sciences

Joyner_BarryThe College of Health and Human Sciences (CHHS) at Georgia Southern University has announced the appointment of Barry Joyner, Ph.D., as dean, effective April 1, 2015.

Ticket Distribution for Archie Manning

Archie Manning will speak as a part of the University's Leadership Lecture Series at Hanner Fieldhouse on Sept. 17, 2014.Georgia Southern University will welcome former National Football League player and the National Football Foundation's College Hall of Fame member, Archie Manning

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Georgia Southern Stories

Meet Azell Francis (‘13)
Meet Azell Francis (‘13)

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.

Where Are They Now: Tim Willis
Where Are They Now?

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.

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