More than 7,400 students attend Armstrong from across the United States and the world.
The campus is situated in the beautiful Lowcountry just 15 minutes away from historic downtown Savannah, Georgia.
Students can choose from more than 100 academic programs that prepare them to be leaders in their communities and the world.
Students can pursue their passion through degrees in art, music and theatre.
Windward Commons, designed especially for freshmen, is the newest of four student residential complexes.
Nearby Tybee Beach offers all sorts of fun in the sun including the annual Beach Bash.
Armstrong’s Master of Science in Sports Medicine is one of only 10 in the U.S.
In 2012, both men’s and women’s tennis teams captured the NCAA Division II National Championship titles, for the third time in Armstrong history.
Engineering majors complete an associates degree at Armstrong, then finish their bachelors degree at Georgia Southern University.
Armstrong offers a variety of dining options including the Perk, the Galley, the Pirates Pantry, Quiznos and World of Wings.
Forsyth Park in Savannah’s Historic District is a popular place for concerts and festivals.
The campus and surrounding communities can take advantage of more than 100 plays, concerts, art exhibits, lectures and athletic events each year.
Music majors may play in the orchestra, jazz band, wind and percussion ensembles.
Armstrong grants undergraduate and graduate degrees, including a doctoral degree in Physical Therapy.
The athletic program has a strong winning tradition in NCAA Division II Peach Belt Conference sports for men and women.
Treasure Savannah, Armstrong’s biannual day of service to the community, has grown to over 700 participants.
Freshmen enjoy private or semi-private bedrooms and state-of-the-art amenities.
Taking advantage of the area’s rich past, history majors have the opportunity to participate in unique internships.
The Lane Library houses more than 200,000 books and serves up an extensive menu of databases.
Armstrong cheerleaders bring spirit to Pirate athletics, community events, and our annual Celebrate Armstrong festivities.
Armstrong classes are taught by professors, not graduate assistants, with a 19:1 student to faculty ratio.
The official mascot is Captain George, named after the local family who donated the first building for the Armstrong campus back in 1935.
Our College of Health Professions is the largest undergraduate health professions education center in Georgia.
The International Garden features plants and trees from five continents.
The College of Science and Technology offers challenging summer research positions including opportunities for entering freshmen.
Students are involved in nearly 100 clubs and organizations.
College of Education graduates often gain recognition as master teachers and teachers of the year in their local school system.
Armstrong has been officially named a Military Friendly School by G.I. Jobs magazine.
Armstrong is situated on 268-acre arboretum campus.
Armstrong’s College of Health Professions has a long tradition of meeting the region’s workforce needs.
Armstrong is proud to be one of the most diverse campuses in the University System of Georgia.
More than 85 percent of our students receive financial aid from scholarships and grants to loans and work/study programs.
Enjoy the 60,180 square-foot Student Union with a 300-seat food court-style dining area, 200-seat movie theater, lounge space, convenience store, bookstore & coffee shop.
Armstrong has a proud history of preparing graduates who excel in their careers and make vital contributions to our region’s economic growth.
Every year, Savannah and Armstrong go green and rowdy with one of the largest St. Patrick’s Day celebrations in the country.
Students from 69 different countries celebrate their heritage at International events throughout the year.
Student group, Campus Union Board, brings big acts to campus, such as Chrisette Michelle, Gym Class Heroes, and Boys like Girls.
Historic downtown Savannah is teeming with great restaurants, clubs, art galleries and spots for people watching.
The 38,000 square-foot Student Recreation Center includes a 5,200 square-foot fitness center, two basketball courts and a room for fitness classes.
Thanks to HOLA (Hispanic Outreach and Leadership at Armstrong), the university has a thriving and growing population of Latino students.