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Student Resources

Get Involved

Studies show students involved in campus organizations have a higher GPA, are better prepared for internships, and have a higher graduation rate.

Participate in any of several engineering and computing related student organizations or join one of the numerous university student groups.


Academic Advising is available year round. Visit the Student Services Center for information about advising, registration, and graduation.

Stop by or make an appointment to see if you are on track with grades and coursework.

Academic  Support Resources

Armstrong Campus:

Statesboro Campus:

Co-ops and Internships

Employers value graduates who have had work experience prior to graduation. Students should make every effort to participate in a co-op or internship during their Junior or Senior years.

Computer Labs | IT Building – 1st Floor

2 large computer labs, for student use.


Apply for College of Engineering & Computing scholarships by completing your MyScholarships application. You need only complete a single application to apply for any scholarship for which you qualify.

Building a Better U

Building a Better U offers training courses to certification preparation, videos to jobs aids, and quick references to customized courses.  There are now over 33,000 eBooks and videos that accompany over 6,000 FREE courses available to Georgia Southern students, faculty and Staff via the University portal.

Last updated: 12/21/2023