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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.

NEWS:

Read More Governor Nathan Deal Approves $22 Million in Construction Funding for New College of Health Professions Center at Armstrong

(May 1, 2017) – Today, Governor Nathan Deal signed the FY18 budget for the State of Georgia, which includes $22 million in construction funding to build a health professions building on the Armstrong State University campus.

Read More Military Times Ranks Armstrong’s Cybersecurity Program # 9 in the Nation

(April 10, 2017) – Armstrong State University has been ranked #9 on the prestigious Military Times 10 Best Cybersecurity Programs list. Armstrong is the only university in Georgia included on the list.

Read More Moveable Feast Series Presentation Featuring Pamela Sears on April 6

(March 24, 2017) – In “From Peril to Promise: The Social Responsiveness of American Theater in the 1930s and 40s,” Sears will discuss the playwrights, theater artists and composers of the 1930s and ‘40s. During the discussion, a company of Armstrong’s musical and theatrical performers and directors will explore scenes from the period’s popular dramatic works by Tennessee Williams, Rodgers and Hammerstein and Kaufman and Hart. This event is free and open to the public.

Read More Armstrong State University Introduces New Study Abroad Program in Cuba

(March 10, 2017) – Armstrong State University will offer a new study abroad program in Havana, Cuba from July 9-29, 2017. Students will learn about the history, culture and contemporary issues affecting the Communist island nation post-Fidel Castro. The program is open to all Armstrong students, as well as University System of Georgia transient students, and offers a roster of semester credits.

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