Whether you are the parent of a newly admitted Georgia State student or you're helping your child prepare for graduation, it is important to be involved in your student's college career. Here are useful links to parent-focused information on the Georgia State web sites.
Learn about the admissions process and requirements, and how to monitor the status of your child's application.
Get the latest tuition and fees, and learn about fee and balance payment options.
These pages will help you locate opportunities for scholarships, loans and other sorts of financial aid.
The Georgia State University Welcome Center, located in room 134 of Alumni Hall at 30 Courtland Street, provides an official reception area for visitors to the University. Visitors, alumni, faculty and staff can stop by for information about the University, its programs and activities.
The acclaimed FLCs program provides incoming freshmen with a group of similarly-minded classmates to help them navigate the core curriculum and first year at the university.
Learn about Georgia State's residential halls.
Georgia State University Crime Prevention offers a variety of programs to students, staff and faculty.
University Career Services (UCS) is a comprehensive career center dedicated to the success of Georgia State University students.
The Parents Association is an organization dedicated to keeping parents and families involved with and connected to the GSU community. The organization provides parents of Georgia State students with an opportunity to remain actively involved with their student in their journey together through the college experience.