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Armstrong’s 268-acre arboretum main campus in Savannah is a hub of activities from sporting events in the Alumni Arena to Masquers performances in Jenkins Theatre. Student residential communities and Student Union are located here, along with classroom buildings, administration and offices for our four colleges: the College of Education, Health Professions, Liberal Arts, Science and Technology.

Liberty Center

Armstrong’s Liberty Center serves Liberty and surrounding counties, as well as Fort Stewart, providing classrooms and facilities for a growing number of undergraduate and graduate students. In a partnership between the City of Hinesville and Armstrong, an expansive new building planned to open in downtown Hinesville during 2015, will include classrooms, science laboratories, faculty/staff offices, common areas, student services and support areas.

Armstrong Center

The Armstrong Center, which hosts meetings, conferences and special events is located on the main campus in Savannah. Its executive-style boardrooms, meeting rooms auditorium, banquet room, and full complement of ballrooms make it ideal for workshops, trade shows, and exhibitions. Brides and grooms choose the facility because of the beautiful staircase and lobby.