Meg Buscema, Carolyn Richardson and Steve Thackston
To make the most of the college experience, Georgia State University encourages students to look for opportunities to get involved on campus by joining one of the more than 320 chartered student organizations.
Ebony Rose, student organization advisor, says that through involvement with student organizations, students will make connections to the campus community and learn valuable leadership skills.
"Research shows that students who get involved have higher GPAs and are more likely to continue to graduation than their uninvolved peers," Rose said. "I work with students to provide them advisement and resources to help reach their individual and organizational goals."
To view a list of the student organizations, visit http://gsu.orgsync.com/