Current Student Resources
Office of Career Services
The Office of Career Services aims to provide a range of personalized services to prepare students for professional success. The office offers assistance with the following:
- Major/Career Exploration and Resume Building
- Career Development and Preparation
- Experiential Learning
- Job and Internship Searches
- Graduate School Preparation
WCHP Advisement Center
The WCHP Advisement Center provides current students with advising and academic services to include academic advising for degree programs within the Waters College of Health Professions, course selection and scheduling assistance, major and minor program information, change of major and/or change of minor application assistance, program internships, and curriculum requirements.
Academic Success Center
The Academic Success Center provides tailored support services to include academic success coaching, learning support, peer mentoring, peering tutoring and testing services.
Financial Aid Resources
Georgia Southern and the Waters College of Health Professions have an array of scholarships for many majors, degree and class levels.
Office of Equal Opportunity & Title XI
The Office of Equal Opportunity & Title IX is responsible for ensuring Georgia Southern University complies with applicable laws and policies regarding discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex (including sexual harassment and pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, religion, age, veteran status, political affiliation, or disability.
Student Liability Insurance Coverage
Waters College of Health Professions majors who participate in for credit off-campus activities such as clinical internship, practica and independent studies that require off-campus activity at a contracted facility are required to purchase liability insurance coverage.
Interested in joining a student organization? With more than 300 registered student organizations at Georgia Southern, you are sure to find one that fits your interests. You can browse through the entire list of Georgia Southern organizations through the Office of Student Activities or view WCHP student organizations.
There are two notaries on the Armstrong Campus who are available to notarize student rotation documents free of charge. Please contact them directly to schedule an appointment.
This list includes all sites for which GS Waters College of Health Professions currently has an active, fully executed Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) in place to facilitate student internships and clinical rotations. The list is intended to be used by students as a resource to identify a potential site of interest for their internship hours. For example, a student from Atlanta may wish to locate a site within the Atlanta area. After reviewing the list, students should discuss the options with their program coordinator for planning purposes. Students should NOT contact a site directly.
Faculty and staff please contact Jennifer Hoopes at 912-344-2565 with any questions regarding the MOU Request/Renewal Form. Students needing access to the form need to contact their clinical coordinator.
Last updated: 1/16/2024