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Self-Guided Tour

Welcome to Georgia Southern University!

Welcome to Georgia Southern University! We are excited to provide this self-guided tour as a way for you to explore our campuses.

Choose your campus above, enjoy your tour, and let us know if you have any questions about our campuses. Note, videos may take a few moments to load. Explore additional virtual resources here.

Statesboro Campus

Pick up a map at Lewis Hall or download your tour map here!

Join Briana and Alyssa, current student Southern Ambassadors, for a tour of the Statesboro Campus.

We will begin and end our tour at Lewis Hall, the Office of Admissions, following the arrows on the tour map, but feel free to visit buildings of interest in any order you choose! Note, videos may take a few moments to load.

24. Lewis Hall

Lewis Hall is of the Welcome Center, Office of Admissions, and New Student & Family Programs.

1. Sweetheart Circle

Sweetheart Circle is the original campus of Georgia Southern University, home of the iconic Georgia Southern Bushes, administrative offices, and the Georgia Southern Museum.

25. Cone Hall
26. Hanner Fieldhouse

Hanner Fieldhouse hosts Men’s and Women’s Basketball, Volleyball, and many events throughout the year. Did you know that Hanner Fieldhouse hosted the Rolling Stones during their first American tour?

27. Eidson House

The Eidson House was originally the University President’s home, but now it serves as the home of the Honors College!

8. Math & Physics/Natural Sciences

The Georgia Southern Planetarium is open to the public and hosts special events throughout the year. This building also serves as classroom space for math and science classes.

9. Herty

Herty is home to the Department of Geology and Geography and houses lab spaces.

28. Williams Center
2. Russell Student Union

The Russell Union is a hub of campus life and houses the following departments:

The Russell Union also houses Chick-fil-A, Starbucks, Gus Mart, and the Russell Union Theater.

3. Dining Commons

The Dining Commons is our premier dining facility on the Statesboro Campus and is also home to Printing and Postal Services and Eagle Card Services.

29. Centennial Place

Take a virtual tour of Centennial Place here!

10. Foy

The Foy Building is home to the Gretsch School of Music.

12. Carruth

The Carruth Building is home to Engineering and Construction classrooms and labs.

4. Lake Wells/Lake Ruby & 23. Lakeside

Lakeside Dining Commons is another residential dining option with a great view of the lakes!

11. Newton, 13. Interdisciplinary Academic Building, 14. Carroll

These buildings are home to many of our College of Behavioral & Social Sciences and College of Arts & Humanities programs.

15. Business, 16. IT, 17. Engineering, 18. Nursing/Chemistry, 19. Education, 20. Biology, 21. Engineering & Research Center
16. IT Building

The IT Building Houses the following:

22. Henderson Library

Learn more about Henderson Library here. Henderson Library is also home to Zach’s Brews.

5. Paulson Stadium

Allen E. Paulson Stadium is home to our Georgia Southern Eagles Football team. Students can attend home games for free!

6. Recreation Activity Center (RAC)

The RAC is our 215,000 square foot recreation center. Take a virtual tour of the facility here!

Armstrong Campus

Pick up a map at Victor Hall or download your tour map here!

Join Julia, a current student Southern Ambassador, for a tour of the Armstrong Campus in Savannah.

We will begin and end our tour at Victor Hall, the Office of Admissions, following the arrows on the tour map, but feel free to visit buildings of interest in any order you choose! Note, videos may take a few moments to load.

1. Victor Hall

Victor Hall, your first stop at the Armstrong Campus, is home to Enrollment Services, the Office of Admissions, Financial Aid, the Office of the Registrar, and more!

8. Gamble Hall

Gamble Hall is home to many of our College of Arts & Humanities programs and International Student Admissions & Programs.

10. Burnett Hall

Burnett Hall sits on the Quad, the center of the Armstrong Campus Arboretum, and houses the President’s Office and administrative offices.

11. Hawes Hall

Hawes Hall is home to the Department of History and the Department of Economics.

2. Learning Commons

The Learning Commons is the perfect place to study, with study rooms, equipment rentals, and computers. It is an extension of the Lane Library.

3. Student Union

The Student Union is a hub of campus life! Our residential dining facility, the Galley, is in the Union, along with the Perk, the University Store, Tech Hub, and Gus Mart. Upstairs houses the Ogeechee Theater, ballrooms, and offices for the Student Government Association and Dean of Students/Student Conduct.

4. Memorial College Center
5. International Garden

The International Garden features plazas representing the continents of Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, and South America. Plants native to each continent surround each plaza with an emphasis on flora with historical, cultural, or economic significance.

7. Solms Hall
12. Fine Arts Building

The Fine Arts Building is home to Art and Music programs and hosts concerts and events.

Concert in Fine Arts Hall
The Savannah Winds performing at the Fine Arts Building.
6. Waters College of Health Professions

The newest building on the Armstrong Campus is home to the Waters College of Health Professions. The building includes a mock hospital, lab spaces, and a lecture hall.

14. University Hall

University Hall is home to academic departments (including Mathematics, Education, Criminal Justice, Political Science, and Engineering).

15. Compass Point

Take a virtual tour of our residence halls here!

Compass Point is also home to Health Services and Counseling Services.

16. Recreation Center

The Student Recreation Center is a 38,000 square foot facility that contains athletic courts, a 6,000-square-foot fitness center, and 3,200-square-foot multipurpose room.

Learn more about recreation, intramural, and club sports on the Armstrong Campus here!

17. Student Success Center

The Student Success Center houses Academic Advising, First- and Second-Year Programs, and the Academic Success Center.

18. Junior Achievement Center

The Junior Achievement Center will serve to educate K-12 students in financial literacy, work readiness, and entrepreneurship. The vision of Junior Achievement is to “Develop a generation of individuals who are armed with the confidence, knowledge and determination to thrive; to build a better future for themselves and their community.”

19. Science Center

The Science Center houses classroom and lab space for College of Science & Mathematics programs, Computer Science, Information Technology, and Psychology.

The Science & Mathematics Academic Resource & Tutorial (SMART) Center is located in the Science Center and offers free tutoring in science and mathematics.

20. Lane Library

Learn more about services at Lane Library here.

9. Jenkins Hall

Jenkins Hall is home to the Black Box Theater and the Armstrong Campus Theatre Program.

Last updated: 7/27/2021