Providing Service


Health Services The new center provides cost-effective, high-quality care in an efficient manner for nearly 20,500 students.

Georgia Southern recently opened a new Health Services center. The two story, 39,000-square-foot facility houses 48 exam rooms as well as dedicated spaces for women’s health, lab, x-ray, pharmacy, immunization, physical therapy, health education and Eagle Eye Care.

The University also broke ground on a new 32,000-square-foot Military Science Building opening in fall 2016. Gov. Nathan Deal’s 2015 state budget included $9.5 million in funding to the University to build the new facility, which will house the University’s ROTC program. “We are grateful to the Governor and our legislators whose work moved us forward in a very positive way to secure the funding for this building,” said Interim President Jean E. Bartels, Ph.D., RN.

Military Science Dignitaries joined Interim President Bartels in breaking ground for a new military sciences building to open in fall 2016.


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