True Blue in China


Alumni Terry (’74, ’75) and Sheryl (’73, ’75, ’82) Jones share their True Blue spirit from the Great Wall of China.

True Blue in Chile


Alumnus Chris Butler shares his True Blue spirit from Chile. What does True Blue mean to him?

#myTrueBlue is a global community.  True Blue means opportunity, friendships, lifelong learning, so many things!

True Blue at Waterloo


Georgia Southern employee and alumnus Robert Meguiar (’95) shares his True Blue spirit at the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo in Belgium.

True Blue at Disney World


Victoria Harper, Layne Livingston, Rebecca Reynolds and Emily Swedorski took some magical Georgia Southern spirit to the happiest place on earth recently!

True Blue in New Zealand


Alumna Christy Taylor-Pruitt (’94) pictured at the summit of Kapiti Island off the coast near Wellington, New Zealand.

“My True Blue is Warwick Hall, Hanner Fieldhouse, Paulson Stadium, Erk Russell, the Newton Building, the Henderson Library and penny beer nights at The Collegiate. It means taking all those wonderful memories with me everywhere I go. It means forever being proud to be an EAGLE,” she said.

Red, White and True Blue



In honor of the Fourth of July, we salute some of our Red, White and True Blue alumni who are serving their country and representing their University! Tell us what is #myTrueBlue to you?

Top left: Alumni 1st Lt. Harold Burgess, Capt. Mark Hodges, Col. Randall V. Simmons, Jr., Maj. Dan Chicola, 1st Lt. Kacey Cecil proudly display the school flag and are’True Blue’ from Camp Phoenix, Kabul, Afghanistan.

Bottom left: Lt. Matt Silva (’10) and Capt. Paul Rothenbuhler (’07) in the Republic of Georgia.

Right: David Berger (’09) takes his True Blue spirit along on a deployment overseas. 

True Blue in Hawaii


Lydia Cross and Theresa Duggar, both alumni and staff members in the College of Education, are True Blue in Honolulu, Hawaii. 

True Blue at Mount Rushmore


Alumna Deana Calhoun (’93) shares her True Blue spirit at Mount Rushmore in South Dakota.