If you start exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19 or have come into contact with someone who has tested positive, please click the link below or the banner above to fill out our COVID-19 Self-Reporting Form!
EGSC has a new Quality Enhancement Plan! To learn more about the QEP and what it does for our students and community, click the link below!
All faculty, staff, students, and visitors are required to wear an appropriate face covering while inside campus facilities/buildings where six feet social distancing may not always be possible. Click below to learn more!
Apply now for our new online RN-BSN Bridge Program and pursue a higher level of nursing practice.
Designed to assist firefighters, emergency services personnel, and others interested in public affairs management to advance in their careers.
Earn your 4-year degree in Biology with minimum expense and maximum convenience on the Swainsboro campus.
Convenient and affordable apartment-style housing is available on our Swainsboro campus. Apply now!
EGSC STATESBORO students have the best of both worlds -- LOW tuition and BIG campus resources. Apply now!
A gift to East Georgia State College Foundation can mean a better life and future for a student.
You can use your BobCat Bucks at various locations on campus both at Statesboro and Swainsboro.
Spring refunds will be disbursed starting February 2, 2021
The video event will go live at 6:30 p.m. on January 21, 2021.
Questions about how to access your online classes or get internet service? Here’s what you need to know.
Congratulations to EGSC Baseball Players Rick Mitchell and Guy Anderberg!
Tanner Peebles plans to become a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine.
East Georgia State College held its Fall 2020 Commencement Ceremony virtually on December 12.
Congratulations to the November Students of the Month!
Dr. Roger C. Byrd will have an academic textbook published by Rowman and Littlefield in January 2021.
The family of Rachel Jane Frederick, an East Georgia State College Alumni, is awarding an EGSC student a scholarship in her memory.
Dr. John Derden, a professor at East Georgia State College, recently had an article published in The Sons of the American Revolution Magazine (SAR).