Fall 2014 News
Erik Pabst, Graduate Assistant of Sport Clubs, served as a volunteer at the NIRSA Club Soccer National Championships held in Memphis, Tennessee November 19-23. The following is an account of his volunteer experience:
The National Club Soccer National Championship is part of the National Campus Championship Series which are events sponsored by the National… more »
Georgia State University and the Woodruff Arts Center have partnered to offer Georgia State students access to the exciting theatrical, musical, and creative offerings of the Woodruff Arts Center and its artistic partners. We like to call it The P.A.W. Pass. For only $25, students may now purchase a Panthers at Woodruff (P.A.W.) Pass that… more »
ATLANTA––For the ninth consecutive year, Georgia State University has set a record for its largest enrollment, growing in size, diversity and quality. At 3,370, the freshman class has grown by 8 percent since last year, with a record high school grade-point average of 3.4. Georgia State’s total enrollment stands at a record 32,842 as of… more »
Due to an increased demand for recycling collection on campus and a push to divert as much volume as possible, Facilities Management – Building Services has transitioned from a source-separated to a single-stream recycling program. That means all of the recyclable material on campus will no longer need to be separated into… more »
Darryl Holloman, Assistant Vice President for Multicultural Programs in the Division of Student Affairs, has been asked to assume additional responsibilities as Georgia State’s new Dean of Students.
Dr. Rebecca Stout, who formerly served as the Dean of Students and Associate Vice President for Student Affairs, will continue in her role as Associate Vice… more »