The start of the holiday season means the countdown to the end of the fall semester for Georgia State University students.
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Any college student will tell you that attending college is about much more than just classes and majors. While academic, the college lifestyle is also very social and provides an opportunity for students to meet peers from diverse backgrounds with different interests.
With fall semester classes now in full swing, many new and incoming students are getting into their routine on campus and looking for ways to get involved in campus life outside their classes.
With students returning to campus this month, many first-year students are experiencing life on a college campus for the first time.
Congratulations on being an international student at Georgia State University! But let’s face a fact- the institution’s neighborhood (and Atlanta at large) is awash with student housing options that bring more stress than good.
As a new or prospective Georgia State University student, you may have many questions about how to get started.
There are many benefits of living off-campus at Georgia State University, from no longer having to share a bathroom to get to decide exactly who will live in the next room.
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