Spring Student Center Open House
On Tuesday, January 28 stop by the Student Center Information Center to pick up a Student Center Open House Guide. Visit the Student Organizations Fair in the Student Center East Ballroom and the resource tables on the first floor of Student Center East between 11 a.m and 2 p.m. and any of the offices listed below between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. to collect stamps from each area and turn it in to the Student Center East Information Center by 10 p.m. Tuesday, January 28 to be eligible for the prizes below:
- Guides submitted with 10 or more stamps will receive coupons for 10% off at Panther’s Club and an OZZI reusable container.
- Guides with 20 or more stamps will receive coupons for 20% off at Panther’s Club, an OZZI reusable container, and entered in a drawing for one of two GSU Prize Packages each valued over $100.
- Guides with all stamps will receive coupons for a Club Cup with unlimited refills at Panther’s Club during Spring 2020, a coupon for 20% off at Panther’s Club and an OZZI container and be entered in a drawing for one of three GSU Prize Packages each valued over $100.
Resource Tables (may include more)
- Athletics – Learn about claiming free student tickets to athletics events and how you can get involved with athletics via the Claw Club.
- Latinx Student Services & Outreach – LASSO supports and empowers Latinx students on all GSU campuses– follow them on Instagram: lasso_gsu”
- Integrative Health – Counseling & Testing, Health Clinic, and Health Promotions – provides free appointments with mental health and medical providers, low-cost labs and prescriptions, HIV and STI testing, Outreach programs, mind-body services, nutrition consults, and victim assistance.
- PantherDining and Panther Catering
- Paw Prints
- Recreational Services – Learn about what Rec has to offer in Intramurals, Aquatics, Fitness and Wellness, Sports Clubs, Instructional Clinics, Touch the Earth Outdoor programs and more!
- Rialto Center for the Arts
- Scholarship Resource Center
- Student Financial Management Center
- University Housing
Many of the offices below will also be offering refreshments and additional prize opportunities.
Student Center East Offices
SC East 205 – Access & Accommodations Center – “Need x time on tests? Have ADHD? Autism? Anxiety? Deaf? Other?”
SC East 206 – Multicultural Center/Gender & Sexuality Resource Center –
SC East 300 – Black Student Achievement
SC East 302 and 303 – Dean of Students – provides resources for student success, workshops for life-readiness, and addresses emergency concerns.
SC East 304 – Student Civic Engagement
SC East 304 – New Student Orientation – learn about Off-Campus Housing and the resources available to you. You can access apartments around Atlanta to plan for making the most of your panther experience as an off-campus student and get some free swag!
SC East 310 – Student Center Administration – free locker rental for students and chartered student organizations
SC East 315 – Proctored Testing Lab (CETL)
SC East 316 – Spotlight Programs Board – get involved with one of 8 committees of the university-sponsored, student-driven programming board
Student Center West Offices
SC West/Bookstore Building 2nd Fl. – Panther ID Office
SC West/Bookstore Building 2nd Fl. – Parking & Transportation
SC West 250 – The Signal – the independent student newspaper at Georgia State University – published at georgiastatesignal.com and distributed in print on all campuses.
SC West 251 (Studio 254) – NeoNetwork – online video organization featuring news, sports and original content.
SC West 270 – University Career Services
SC West 271 – Album 88 student-run radio plays music and news 24/7 – online at WRAS HD-2, and 7 p.m. – 5 a.m. on the 100,000-watt WRAS FM.
SC West/Bookstore Building 3rd Fl. – Bookstore
SC West 450 – Student Government Association – the official voice of the student body at Georgia State – learn about opportunities to have your voice heard.
SC West 475 – Fraternity & Sorority Life, Leadership Programs, Student Organizations – learn about the 500+ organizations you could get involved with and develop your leadership skills. With 33 fraternities and sororities from four different councils explore opportunities to go Greek!