Hey guys, I'm Aya Young and I'm a first year student in the Honors Program at Georgia Southern University.
Hey guys, my name is Brooke Armesto, and I'm a Special Education major and Elementary Education major.
What's up everybody? My name is Brandon Carroll. I'm a second semester sophomore here at Georgia Southern.
Hello, my name is Sana and I am a Biology major at Georgia Southern, and this is also my senior year.
Hi guys, my name is Caitlin Anderson, and I'm one of your honors ambassadors starting in the fall. I am going to be a junior, and I am a Visual Arts major.
I almost forgot to introduce myself. I've been too busy, you know, playing Animal Crossing for the past couple weeks. My name is Danielle. I'm going to be an upcoming sophomore, and I'm a Biology major with a focus in Genetics. Nice to meet you.
What is the best part of the Honors Program? Is it the research you get to do? Is it the classes you get to take? Is it the scheduling that you have? And on top of all that it's the people.
My people help me. So surrounding yourself with positive people is definitely a plus. And that's easy to find at Georgia Southern University.
The best part about living in the Honors LLC was forming lifelong friendships with positive influences.
I, coming into college, didn't think I'd find anybody who liked Kpop and video games and anime like I did, but I got on my involvement, and I found a group of people that actually started a Kpop committee. And because of that committee, I found some of my best friends I have, and I'm actually a promotions officer for that club.
Another thing I love about Georgia Southern is feeling like I matter, rather than just feeling like a number.
It feels really good to know that there is some faculty and staff out there in the Honors Program who really want to see me succeed, not only in school, but in my own life. And I really, really appreciate that about the Honors Program.
I also really love that Georgia Southern in general really fosters an environment for creativity.
So one of my favorites things about Georgia Southern is how involved the instructors are with our education.
Here, everybody knows your name. The professors, the advisors, they know your name, and they know your story. It's not like you're just another box they have to check off on their list.
They're always, you know, very accommodating, and they make sure that everyone learns in their own way.
I feel that the instructors will always kind of go out of their way to make sure that we have everything that we need to succeed in our course.
With a small student to teacher ratio, you get more one on one time with your teachers, and you get grades back faster, which is a plus for me.
It's the students like you and me that make the difference at Georgia Southern University, that drive Research Institute and shoot for excellence. That's what makes the honors program the very best.