Armstrong State University’s main campus is located on the coast in the historic city of Savannah, Georgia, just minutes from the beach on Tybee Island. The university’s 268-acre campus offers a mix of stately traditional and modern buildings and is surrounded by a beautiful arboretum and gardens.
Students, faculty, and staff find much to enjoy about attending Armstrong and living in the historic city of Savannah, one of the most beautiful cities in the United States. Armstrong students pursuing studies in Savannah find a full range of academic programs in the Colleges of Liberal Arts, Science and Technology, Health Professions and Education. Interdisciplinary programs, internships and study abroad further expand students’ horizons.
Another instructional site is offered at the Armstrong Liberty Center in Hinesville, Georgia, one of the fastest growing cities in Georgia. The Liberty Center’s proximity to Fort Stewart provides military personnel, their families and community members with convenient opportunities to take classes in Liberty County. Armstrong students at the Liberty Center pursue degree programs or take classes that provide a foundation for specialized programs.
The university offers a wide variety of extracurricular activities to a diverse student population from 44 states and 72 countries around the world. These activities include more than 100 student clubs, professional organizations, academic honor societies, and Greek organizations. Cultural opportunities include student dramatic, choral, and instrumental groups, and exhibits, and performances by classical and contemporary artists. With more than 100 events open to the public each year, Armstrong serves as a vibrant cultural center for the Savannah metropolitan area.
Leadership opportunities are plentiful at Armstrong, ranging from the Honors Program and the Nick Mamalakis Emerging Leader Program to the Student Government Association and the Graduate Coordinating Council.
Armstrong’s acclaimed athletics program, which is affiliated with the NCAA Division II and the Peach Belt Conference, has won 12 national championships. Men’s athletic teams include basketball, baseball, tennis, golf, and cross country. Women’s teams include basketball, softball, volleyball, tennis, soccer, and golf.
Georgia’s founding city, Savannah offers all the cultural variety and cosmopolitan style of a metropolitan city with easy access to the ocean and a rich history. A temperate climate encourages year-round outdoor recreation, including swimming, paddleboarding, water-skiing, sailing, fishing, hiking, golf, tennis and more. In addition, historic sites, festivals, live music, dance, theater and special celebrations serve as highlights.
Main Campus: 11935 Abercorn Street, Savannah, Georgia 31419
Armstrong Liberty Center: 175 West Memorial Drive, Hinesville, Georgia 31313