In keeping with its mission to enhance the quality of student life, engender a sense of community throughout the university and contribute to the learning environment for all of its constituencies, the Student*University Center offers a wide range of events and services to students, faculty and staff through six program areas.
These programs provide meaningful learning and community-building opportunities through such events as presentations by nationally and internationally known speakers, performances by leading musicians and other artists, leadership conferences and workshops, Homecoming and Spring Fling activities, the Miss GSU Scholarship Pageant, Panther Prowl, movies, and student and family nights at local attractions. They also coordinate and advise the university’s student organizations and offer a variety of positions for students to work in professional office settings and in student media.
- Campus Events
- Campus Events sponsors a variety of cultural, educational and community-building events for university members, including the Distinguished Speaker Series, the Courtyard Stage Series, GSU Night at the Aquarium, College Night at the High Museum, GSU Night at Six Flags and other enriching activities.
- Leadership Development
- Leadership Development offers leadership development experiences for both new and experienced student leaders and sponsors the Lead Team, a group of undergraduate students who serve as mentors and offer leadership activities.
- Miss Georgia State University
- The Student*University Center sponsors the Miss Georgia State University Scholarship Pageant, which is an annual scholarship competition and an official Miss America Organization preliminary.
- Spotlight Programs Board
- The official student programming board for Georgia State University, Spotlight coordinates a wide range of diverse activities to enhance the quality of student life, including Homecoming, Cinefest Film Theatre, Panther Prowl, concerts and other special events.
- Student Media
- Student Media provides students opportunities to work in print journalism, literature, television and radio. Students run and produce content for the Signal newspaper, New South and Underground literary magazines, GSTV closed-circuit television and WRAS-Atlanta, the nation's only student-run 100,000-watt radio station.
- Student Organizations
- Student Organizations coordinates and advises the more than 300 chartered student organizations available at the university. Explore the many avenues for campus involvement and personal growth and apply for membership online.