On-campus and off-campus resources that you may find useful as you consider joining the graduate program in biology
Biology Organization of Graduate Students. This club is Georgia Southern University’s biology graduate student organization. They are a social and service organization devoted to the graduate program in the Department of Biology. Check them out on Facebook!
Molecular Biology Initiative. The Molecular Biology Initiative, housed within the Department of Biology, is a 2-year program providing professional development opportunities, strong molecular biology training and funding for M.S. thesis students.
Source Book for Biology Graduate Students. This 45-page hand book contains all the helpful information our grad students need to navigate through the graduate program.
Campus map. A map of our campus.
College of Graduate Studies. This is the college that oversees and sets policy for the graduate program. (912-478-0578)
College of Science and Mathematics. The college within which the Department of Biology is located. (912-478-5111)
Fact Book. How much do you really want to know? It’s probably in this fact book!
Financial Aid. See what sorts of financial aid options are available. (912-478-5413)
GSU Store. Be the first on your block to get that GSU sweatshirt. They have textbooks, too. (912-478-5181)
Health Services. Provides campus health services. Check here for information on health insurance and immunization requirements. (912-478-5641)
Henderson Library. Link to our library and its many resources. (912-478-5115)
Office of Admissions. The office that handles the admission process and graduate records. (912-478-5391)
Office of Research Services and Sponsored Programs. This office supports research on campus and insures that all research is compliant with federal regulations. (912-478-5465)
Registrar. This is the office that is in charge of registering you for class and maintaining permanent records. You can also download a copy of the university catalog here. (912-478-5152)
Savannah. Information about our neighbor to the east.
Statesboro. Information about the city and county from the chamber of commerce.
Student Conduct. A guide to policies and procedures for students.
University Housing. Information about campus housing; caters mainly to undergraduates, but some housing is reserved for graduate students. (912-478-5406)
Last updated: 10/29/2014