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About Georgia Southern University
Main campus includes more than 100 buildings and 900 acres, including a Performing Arts Center, Planetarium, Museum, the Center for Wildlife Education and the Garden of the Coastal Plain.
Georgia Southern University is located in Statesboro, a safe and pleasant city of 30,000 on the coastal plain of southeast Georgia. Although proud of its small-town rural heritage, Statesboro is a rapidly growing economic, educational, and cultural center for southeast Georgia. Statesboro is home to a new regional medical center, a thriving technical college, a community arts theater, and a 160-acre public sports complex. In the rural countryside around Statesboro there are two state parks with opportunities for birding, camping, hiking, and fishing. Several undeveloped rivers offer excellent canoeing or kayaking.
University Housing provides on-campus housing for new freshmen, transfer students and graduate students in addition to students continuing after their first year on-campus.
All first year students and transfer students with less than 30 credit hours are required to live in on-campus housing.
Courses available 10Accounting and Finance 3 Computer Science and IT 1 Creative Arts & Design 1 Education and Teaching 1 Engineering 1 Humanities & Social Sciences 1 Mass Communication & Media 2
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