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Healthy Relationships

Relationships can be exciting experiences for college students, however, they can also be confusing as students often find it difficult to identify whether or not… more »

Disclosing Accommodations Tips

Disability Services provides registered students the option to email their accommodation letters to professors. Although this email includes details for extended time on assignments, note… more »

Sexual Assault Awareness Month

April has been designated as Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Every 98 seconds, an American is sexually assaulted with the majority of victims being under 30… more »

NACA Award Winner

At this year’s National Association of Campus Activities (NACA) South Regional Conference from October 27-30, 2018, Spotlight Programs Board had the pleasure of representing Georgia… more »

First TEDx Salon

On February 20, 2019, Leadership Programs hosted its first TEDx Salon event on the theme of Generations. Not to be confused with TEDx Talks, salons… more »

2019 MLK Day of Service

For Georgia State University students, Martin Luther King Jr. day is not just about getting a day off from classes; it’s about volunteering and intended… more »

Mental Health Awareness

The start of a new year can be a happy exciting experience for some individuals and an overwhelmingly daunting experience for others. Many people struggle… more »

Student Center Creates Leaders

Throughout the years, Georgia State University has worked to cultivate leadership skills in its student employees, while at the same time giving these students the… more »

Feed Your Sleep

Diet can have an impact sleep patterns.  Here are few ways to influence sleep habits through food.

Avoid caffeine, especially later in the day.  Some… more »

Trotter Award Recipient

The Fall 2018 recipient of the Nell Hamilton Trotter Award is Ifeoluwa Afon, a Neuroscience major from Hampton, Georgia. A dedicated scholar, athlete and leader,… more »