Fall 2020 Guidance
We are excited to announce that Student Civic Engagement will re-open its Atlanta campus doors on August 17, 2020. Our regular business hours are 8:30 a.m.-5:15 p.m., Monday through Friday in Student Center East, Suite 304.
We are practicing social distancing and ask that you plan your arrival by calling our office (404-413-1550) to make an appointment. If you need to see someone at Perimeter College, please email JP Peters. All visitors must wear a mask to enter our office suite.
Continuing your GSU education online? Student Civic Engagement is continuing virtual services. The easiest way to connect with us virtually is to join our Panther Involvement Network (PIN). Through PIN, you will receive notification of all our upcoming virtual events and service opportunities. You can also follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Feel free to email us or call us at 404-413-1550.
Need more information? Check out our FAQ page!
For the latest information about how the University is preparing for the fall semester amid the coronavirus pandemic, please visit the Georgia State Ahead webpage.
Make a STATEment, VOTE!
Georgia State University has made it easy for students, faculty and staff to register to vote. When there is an election in your area, you will be sent a reminder to ensure you never miss another election. TurboVote is an application that makes voting easy. When you sign up, TurboVote keeps track of your elections, local and national. And if you need to get registered, update your voter registration, or request an absentee ballot, we’ll get you all the forms and information you need, when you need them.
TurboVote keeps track of registration and vote-by-mail rules for all 50 states, so you don’t have to.
Visit: vote.gsu.edu and make a STATEment!
Volunteer of the Semester
Civic Engagement has named Kayla Theel the Volunteer of the Semester for Spring 2019. Kayla is a sophomore at Georgia State majoring in Nonprofit Leadership. She has volunteered with Civic Engagement in many capacities including projects at: Safehouse Outreach, Westside Volunteer Corps, Trees Atlanta, Atlanta Community Food Bank, Decatur Campus Gardens and Rustic Pathways. more>>
Recognizing Outstanding Community Impact
Each year, Civic Engagement proudly hosts the Carl V. Patton President’s Awards for Community Service and Social Justice to highlight the exemplary work that Georgia State University’s students, faculty, staff and organizations do in the community. Congratulations to the 2019 Carl V. Patton Winners.
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