Recreation and Wellness Shares Spring Survey Results

  By Lauren Ashley, Staff Writer This spring, Armstrong’s Department of Recreation and Wellness gave students the opportunity to voice their opinions on the current state of the Student Recreation Center and to shape the conversation for future plans, including fee adjustments and center expansion projects. The results have been shared at sparsely-populated open forums… Continue Reading →

Armstrong eases transition for first-year students

LAUREN ASHLEY, STAFF WRITER The class of 2020 is oriented to life as college students, specifically at Armstrong State University, through formal orientation sessions, group-specific retreats and a year-long program tied to their core curriculum. According to Assistant Director of Student Life, Allison Lyon, these orientation efforts began as early as May. The Savannah campus,… Continue Reading →

Armstrong issues childcare interest survey, launches discussion on student-parents

Lauren Ashley, Staff Writer Last Friday, Armstrong email inboxes received an interest survey which seeks to gain detailed information about the market for Armstrong-provided childcare services before its April 21 deadline. According to the survey’s description, the catalyst for this research was yet another survey: “the results from the Campus Climate Survey, administered during the… Continue Reading →

LLP to honor outstanding majors at Awards Convocation

Emilie Groover, Staff Writer The department of Languages, Literature and Philosophy will present nine awards to several LLP majors at the April 19th Awards Convocation. The winners of each award were nominated by faculty members for their achievements in English as well as their contributions around campus. The LLP Department presents awards to outstanding students… Continue Reading →

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