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Georgia Southwestern is marked by elegant landscaping and a mix of mature hardwood and southern pines.
The building landscape has transformed over the last eight years with roughly $90 million in construction taking place. Three new residence halls have been constructed while a restoration project on the campus’ signature structure, the Wheatley Administration Building, was completed in April 2007.
The Marshall Student Center’s cafeteria was renovated in 2010 and expanded to include the Thomas O. Marshall, Jr., Pavilion.
The Rosalynn Carter Health and Human Sciences Complex was completed in January 2012, providing a new, two-building home for the School of Nursing, the GSW Health Center, the Psychology and Sociology Department and the Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving.
Adjacent to the main campus sits GSW's very own 18-hole golf course, Griffin Bell Golf Links and Conference Center.
Long, warm summers and short, mild winters are characteristic of the area's climate - making for pleasant living conditions and year-round recreation.
You can explore our campus further on the Interactive Campus Map.