When you buy something on campus, be it food, a new hat or filling a prescription at the on-campus pharmacy, that money gets reinvested in programs, scholarships and facilities we all use daily. Buying a parking permit fills a pothole in your favorite lot. Living on campus supports future students living on campus. Buying a new Adidas polo helps to donate to an on-campus organization.
Residence Education staff create a sense of community in each residence hall on our two residential campuses. Through specialized events, direct interaction with staff, and opportunities to learn something new, they build a community that focuses on personal growth and academic success.
Eagle Dining offers an assortment of retail and residential dining spaces for students, faculty/staff and campus community members throughout Georgia Southern University. These facilities are operated by Georgia Southern employees and when you make purchases on any campus at a dining location, that money goes back into improving those facilities and contributing to University policies, scholarships and more.
Eagle Card and EagleXpress funds are managed by the University and contribute to the goals and mission of Georgia Southern.
University Store has donated over $20 million dollars back to the University in scholarships and donations for various departments. All Auxiliary Services retail stores contribute to campus programs and community growth.
Health Services’ full pharmacy filling prescriptions and stocked with over-the-counter medicine, Eagle Eye Care supports vision health and our Health Services Centers on the Statesboro and Armstrong campuses help to ensure students stay healthy and are capable to attend classes. This contributes to student success throughout the University.
Parking and Transportation
Funds collected for parking permits are reinvested in construction and lot maintenance projects throughout each campus of Georgia Southern University.
Last updated: 7/12/2022