Armstrong Campus Life

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  • 268-acre Arboretum in Savannah
  • Home to more than 6,500 students
  • 100+ degree programs available
  • Small, close-knit community

The living options here on the Armstrong campus include four different residence halls. Windward Commons is designed specifically for our first year students. Compass Point is actually one of our residence halls for upperclassmen. It's a garden-style apartment residence hall, perfect for socializing and study. University Crossings has the largest bedrooms on campus. So you want to keep University Crossings in mind when you become an upperclassmen. University Terrace is our most tranquil and natural residential community.

One of my favorite things about living in the Armstrong campus was the dining options that I had, specifically The Galley, because it was a buffet style so I could pretty much go and get whatever I wanted and just keep going back and forth. So it was really nice. Outside the dining hall, we have the Talon Food Truck. We have sushi, we have Chick-fil-A and then we have Southern Cafe, also. If you're looking for the coffee, we have The PERC and then we also have Starbucks. I like them both, but The PERC sources their coffee from Three Three Coffee Roaster which is a local coffee roaster from here Savannah, Georgia and Statesboro area.

For me personally, the affordability. I would say it's definitely the biggest factor that drove me to Armstrong. As I came here, I started to realize more of the benefits of being so close to campus. Because of the smaller size of the campus, you do get more of that like local community feel in terms of like, just finding new people, being more familiar with the environment, and whatnot. And we're also an arboretum campus so you're someone that likes to look at plants, get free fruit, and stuff like that. There's plenty of options around campus for that.