- Men’s Health MonthJune is nationally recognized as Men’s Health Month. The purpose of Men’s Health Month is to heighten the awareness of preventable health problems and encourage early detection and treatment of disease among men and boys. This month gives health care providers, public policy makers, the media and individuals an opportunity to encourage men and boys… more »News
- Where to Live on Campus in SummerWhen summertime hits the campus horizon and students think they have no place to stay and nothing fun to do, University Commons is here to offer a place to crash and some of the best suggestions for places to have summer fun during your stay. University Commons resident assistant Marquez Harris knows firsthand what living… more »News
- Packing & Moving Back to CollegeSummer is in full swing. Students may be back in the family home for the next couple of months. While August seems a long way off, it is never too soon to start preparing for students’ least favorite task: packing up and moving. Here are some helpful tips to make sure the last few days… more »News
- New Leaders Excited About New YearStudent media leadership for 2017-18 will focus on fresh faces and new ideas as six entirely new leaders take the helm of the university’s six media outlets. This clean leadership slate contrasts from recent years when at least one student media leader returned for a second year, according to Bryce McNeil, assistant director for Student… more »News
During the past year, the Division of Student Affairs provided numerous quality programs, services and environments for Georgia State University students. These initiatives helped to facilitate student learning, success, citizenship and involvement with the community. We invite you to take a few minutes to discover the many outstanding co-curricular
activities and experiences that were offered in the Division of Student Affairs.
A PDF preview version of the annual report is available by clicking the image to the left.
Mental Health First Aid
Understand more about the mental health concerns of our students and who wants to help support the Georgia State community. …more>>
Smart Summer Snacks
Learn how to enjoy a smart summer treat, the healthy way! Free snacks for the first 50 students…more>>
A formal induction ceremony to welcome all new freshmen to Georgia State University and the campus community. …more>>
All students are invited to visit with the Psych and Health services staff to learn about available services on campus. …more>>
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