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Georgia Southern University and Coca-Cola Seal Refreshing Deal

Georgia Southern University and the Coca-Cola Company sealed a multi-year deal, allowing the world’s number one beverage company to continue to be the exclusive beverage provider for the University and Georgia Southern Athletics.

President Brooks A. Keel Ph.D., speaks on the steps of the Marvin S. Pittman Administration building as Georgia Governor Nathan Deal looks on, April 24, 2012. Governor Deal says he encourages all colleges to follow Georgia Southern's lead to expand the promise of the REACH scholarship.

Governor Nathan Deal Comments on President’s Decision to Double-Match REACH Scholarship

“The REACH scholarship is a lifeline for hard working students who may not be able to afford the college education they so greatly deserve,” said Governor Nathan Deal. “Georgia Southern’s decision to expand their involvement with the REACH Scholarship will allow more of our students to accomplish their academic and career goals. I would like to encourage all Georgia colleges and universities to follow suit and continue to expand the promise of the REACH scholarship. ”

Two students embrace after receiving their degrees at the 2014 Georgia Southern University Spring Commencement ceremony.

President Keel Announces Double-Match for REACH Scholarship

“We’re proud to announce our intention of being one of the first public universities to double-match the REACH scholarship,” said Keel. “Through additional corporate partnerships, donations and proceeds the University receives from the sale of its specialty license plates, Georgia Southern will invest in the future of our state, one life at a time, by dedicating additional funds to the program.”

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Georgia Southern University Now Offers BSN-to-DNP Pathway

“This program indicates that Georgia Southern is responsive to provide educational experiences that will improve the health care of Georgians,” said Allen. “It also shows the University’s commitment to continue meeting the educational preparation necessary for nurse practitioners to work in the ever-changing health care environment.”