Review the checklist below to make sure you’re ready for the first week of school.
GET VACCINATED AGAINST COVID 19
As always, our highest priority is protecting your health. The best way we can achieve that is for everyone in our community to get vaccinated as soon as possible. Sign up for your vaccine appointment today. For more information, visit covidinfo.gsu.edu.
ATTEND A PANTHER WELCOME EVENT
Panther Welcome is Georgia State’s official welcome celebration! Multiple activities and signature events are offered across our campuses and virtually for online students, including “Ask Me” booths on each campus to help you navigate the first week of classes.
PICK UP YOUR PANTHER MASK
Everyone is encouraged to wear a mask or face covering while inside campus facilities. Special Georgia State logo and Pounce masks are available while supplies last through the Student Center East Information Center on the Atlanta Campus (above Chick-fil-A) and through the Student Life offices on each Perimeter College campus. Students may receive two masks each.
FINALIZE YOUR CLASS SCHEDULE. ORDER BOOKS FOR YOUR CLASSES.
Classes begin Jan. 10. You can purchase or rent books for your classes at the Georgia State University Bookstore.
TUITION PAYMENT DEADLINE IS MONDAY, JAN. 10 AT 5 P.M.
Log in to PAWS to review your financial aid package, accept or decline awards, and pay your balance.
SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT WITH AN ADVISOR.
If you have any questions about your class schedule for the spring term You can easily connect with a member of your academic advising team by logging onto the Navigate Student mobile app or to the navigate webpage.
GET YOUR PANTHERCARD IF YOU HAVEN’T ALREADY.
As your official Georgia State identification, PantherCard is your passport on campus — your access card to the library, campus facilities, meal plans and more. To get yours, bring your government-issued ID to the PantherCard Office (University Bookstore Building, Suite 200).
SIGN UP FOR PANTHERALERT. DOWNLOAD THE LIVESAFE APP.
PantherAlert sends out critical safety information about inclement weather and campus safety emergencies through email, text messages, phone calls and social media. LiveSafe allows students to request safety escorts, report crime tips and more.