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Do you have a professor who went above and beyond what you expected in the classroom or a staff member who put extra effort into making sure your needs were met? Tell us about your experience and nominate someone who has changed your college career for the better.
The Green Zone Program is a campus-wide initiative providing locations recognized by Veterans as a safe place to aid in their transition from military to university and civilian life.
The Campus Climate Assessment project aims to encourage and support diversity on campus by measuring how members of the Armstrong community experience the campus climate and using the results to inform our work toward diversity, inclusion, and equal access..
The university has decided to seek approval from the Board of Regents for a name change from Armstrong Atlantic State University to Armstrong State University. This site has been developed to provide information and news on this historic initiative.
The College Access, Mentoring, Information and Outreach program (CAMINO) is a collaborative effort between Armstrong, Savannah State University, and Savannah Technical College aimed at increasing the percentage of Latino students enrolling in college.
This site, a collaboration between Armstrong and the community tracks the progress of priority areas of public interest in Savannah-Chatham community relating to education and youth development, health and wellness, economic independence and regionalism.
As technology evolves, security must evolve as well to make sure our communities stay safe. The Center for Applied Cyber Education is equipped with state-of-the art equipment to prepare those who want to make a difference and protect people from cyber-related threats.
I.C.E. is a program that assists Armstrong’s faculty, staff, and students with making meaningful connections within the Savannah community. Students will have a variety of service opportunities. At the same time, alumni and members of our community bring their expertise to campus and classrooms.
Armstrong is going green! Students, faculty, and staff are doing their part to make sure the campus stays environmentally conscious by conserving energy, recycling, and keeping the campus clean.
All aboard! Check out the study for advancing the transportation system between universities in major cities in the state of Georgia.
As of August 2012, Armstrong is officially a tobacco-free campus. Take a deep breath and enjoy a healthy, clean learning environment for students, faculty, and staff.
Armstrong is giving back to the community! Students, faculty, and staff give back by helping out with projects at non-profit organizations and the city of Savannah to help keep it beautiful for everyone.