Visit a Campus
Visit a Campus
Georgia Southern University
At Georgia Southern, our campuses are alive.
Embark on a thrilling journey at Georgia Southern University’s vibrant campuses, where excitement is always in the air.
Engage with diverse activities and fellow students, fostering growth and memorable experiences. All the amenities of a large university, without ever getting lost in the crowd. College isn’t just about getting your degree. It’s about experience and preparation for what comes next. Get ready for an unforgettable adventure as you step into the world of Georgia Southern University!
Schedule a Campus Visit
Offered Monday through Friday, our daily campus visit includes a 20-minute overview of Admissions and our campuses and an hour-long walking tour of campus.
During the tour, you will be able to look inside an academic classroom, learn about student life and more. Schedule a visit today!
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Learn More About Our Campuses
Georgia Southern University has three vibrant campuses that offer a distinct and exciting college experience. Whether you choose Statesboro, Savannah or Hinesville, your selection promises a gratifying and enriching experience.
Virtual Visits and Other Events
Georgia Southern also offers virtual visits allowing participants to explore the campus, engage with faculty, and learn about programs from the comfort of their homes. Our virtual visits allow attendees to experience state-of-the-art facilities, discover the student community and get a firsthand look at the innovative resources that shape the environment at Georgia Southern.
Georgia Southern University offers an array of events designed to engage both current and prospective students. From campus tours and information sessions that provide insights into academic programs and campus life, to orientation events that help new students acclimate to university culture, the university ensures a smooth transition into college life.
Frequently Asked Questions
How far in advance should I schedule my visit?
In order for us to best prepare for your arrival, it is strongly encouraged that you schedule your visit at least 3 or more business days prior to your desired visit date. If you require special assistance, such as handicap accessibility, please contact our office at least 3 days prior to your visit. We are happy to provide accommodations to make your visit more enjoyable.
How do I schedule my visit?
How do I cancel, reschedule, or modify my visit registration?
You can cancel, reschedule, or modify your visit registration in one of two ways:
Do you offer weekend visits?
We offer occasional Saturday tours in addition to our Saturday Eagle Preview Open Houses. All Saturday tours and events will be posted on the Event Calendar.
Do you offer holiday visits?
No. At this time, we do not currently offer visits when the University is closed for holiday breaks.
Do you offer group visits?
Yes. We welcome groups of high school-aged students (14-18), and can accommodate up to 60 students. It is strongly recommended that you book your visit at least 2 weeks in advance to ensure date and time availability, and to allow us time to best prepare for your visit. For more information, visit our Group Visits page for each campus:
Do you offer visits specifically for transfer students?
Yes. We offer Transfer Friday visits specifically for transfer students on select Fridays at 12:30 p.m. These visits are geared toward students looking to transfer to Georgia Southern University from another college or university. Learn more about transfer visits and to schedule your campus visit.
When should I expect to receive a confirmation for my visit?
You should receive a confirmation email for your visit almost immediately after submitting the registration form. The confirmation email will be sent to the email address that you list on your registration form. Please ensure that you have entered this address correctly prior to submitting your form.
What should I do if I do not receive a confirmation email?
Please contact the Office of Admissions at 912-478-5851 to verify that (1) your registration has been received and processed, and (2) the confirmation email was sent to the correct email address. Confirmation emails will be re-sent to the email address listed on the registration form, or updated email address, as needed.
Where should I stay if I am traveling from out of town?
What should I wear?
Because your campus visit will include a one hour walking tour, we strongly encourage you to wear comfortable walking shoes and to dress appropriately for the forecasted weather. During the summer months, Statesboro, Savannah and Hinesville can be quite warm and humid. No matter the weather, the Office of Admissions will provide you with a bottled water prior to your tour departure.
Where should I park?
Free visitor parking is available in front of Lewis Hall (Office of Admissions) on Sweetheart Circle. If you have trouble finding a parking spot, additional parking spots may be available in the parking lot behind Lewis Hall. Prior to your visit, we will email you a form to register your car (once your car is registered, no parking permit will be needed).
Armstrong Campus in Savannah
A link to complete a visitor’s parking pass will be sent to you the day prior to your visit. Please park in any visitor spot and be sure your parking pass is visible on your car dashboard.
Liberty Campus in Hinesville
Please park in any spot not reserved.
When should I check in for my visit?
It is recommended that you arrive at no more than 10 minutes prior to the start of your campus visit. This will give you ample time to check in for your visit and prepare for your information session to begin.
Where do I check in for my visit?
Please check in at the location for the campus you are planning to tour. Campus visits begin at:
Lewis Hall (Office of Admissions)
1132 Southern Drive
Statesboro, GA 30458
Directions to Statesboro
Armstrong Campus in Savannah
Victor Hall (Office of Admissions)
11935 Abercorn Street
Savannah GA, 31419
Directions to Armstrong
Liberty Campus in Hinesville
175 W Memorial Dr
Hinesville, GA 31313
Directions to Liberty
How long will my visit last?
Your visit will last approximately an hour and a half. This time is broken up as follows:
- Information session with admissions representative: 15-20 minutes
- Campus walking tour with Southern Ambassador: 1 hour
Am I able to meet with an admissions counselor during my visit?
Yes. While you will hear from one of our counselors during your information session, you may also make an appointment to sit down one-on-one with them at the end of your visit. Please call the Office of Admissions at 912-478-5851 to schedule your appointment.
Do you offer tours in Spanish?
Yes. Tours can be given in Spanish upon request. A minimum of two weeks notice is required. Please contact the Office of Admissions for more information.
Will I be able to visit a residence hall on the tour?
Unfortunately, in Statesboro, we do not have a residence hall on our tour route that features a model room to be shown. However, University Housing offers tours of Eagle Village, an apartment-style residence hall on campus, from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. Monday through Friday. Eagle Village is located at 410 Georgia Ave., Statesboro, GA 30458. Visit the University Housing website to learn more about Eagle Village and all of our other residential communities on campus.
If you are visiting the Armstrong campus, you will see a model room during your tour.
Will I be able to go inside the Recreation Activity Center (RAC) or Armstrong Recreation Center (ARC) on the tour?
Unfortunately, the Recreation Activity Center (RAC) is not shown on the campus tour, as it is not located in the central part of campus. However, you are welcome to visit the RAC during normal business hours.
The Armstrong Recreation Center (ARC) is part of the tour of the Armstrong Campus in Savannah.
If you would like a tour of the RAC or a more in depth tour of the ARC, stop by the information desk in the lobby at the RAC or the ARC to request a personal tour of the facility given by a campus recreation staff member. Visit the Recreation Activity Center website or the Armstrong Recreation Center website to learn more about these world-class facilities and view hours of operation.
Can I eat on campus during my visit?
Yes. The Office of Admissions has partnered with Eagle Dining Services to offer discounted passes ($11.50/person) for lunch at our Dining Commons on the Statesboro campus and The Galley on the Armstrong Campus on the day of your campus visit. Ask our staff about the discounted voucher.
Are school excuses available?
Yes. We will be happy to provide you with an official school excuse after your official campus visit with admissions has ended. We will only provide an excuse for the day that you visited Georgia Southern University.
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Last updated: 11/9/2021