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About Enrollment Services

In an effort to establish centralized communication surrounding student services, Georgia Southern University set out to create an environment where students could come to get more information about student services and requirements regarding student admissions, aid, accounts, and records. The concept of Enrollment Services was introduced and a journey began.

The concept of Enrollment Services was initially introduced to Georgia Southern University in 2018. The idea of centralized communication surrounding student services is a great concept, but there is still no blueprint for the creation and implementation of Enrolment Services for higher education. Therefore, Georgia Southern University has set out to become the premiere blueprint in creating and implementing Enrollment Services for higher education.

Through two years of dedicated service and strategic planning, the first phase of Enrollment Services officially opened September 21, 2020 on the Armstrong Campus. The Armstrong campus of Georgia Southern University houses our first walk-up service center and our Enrollment Services Call Center. The second Enrollment Services walk-up service center officially opened March 1, 2021.

Mission, Vision, & Values

Enrollment Services is a one-of-a-kind office that provides support and advocates on behalf of students at Georgia Southern University. It is a collaborative hub dedicated to the inclusive needs of student services. It is the first stop for any questions regarding admissions, student records, student accounts, and student aid for undergraduate and graduate students. 

The vision of Enrollment Services is to effectively and cohesively deliver seamless student services over various knowledge-based fields while positively impacting student satisfaction, progression, and retention.

We value honesty, integrity, diversity, inclusiveness and a “team” model that has a focus on doing what is best for the students. We believe in resolution of issues and will strive for student satisfaction. The student-first model will guide our training and implementation of concepts with the collaborative help of our campus partners.

Last updated: 3/29/2021