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Armstrong’s 268-acre arboretum main campus in Savannah is a hub of activities from sporting events in the Alumni Arena to Masquers performances in Jenkins Theatre. Student residential communities and Student Union are located here, along with classroom buildings, administration and offices for our four colleges: the College of Education, Health Professions, Liberal Arts, Science and Technology.
The Arboretum encompasses Armstrong’s 268-acre campus and displays a wide variety of shrubs and other woody plants. Developed areas of campus contain native and introduced species of trees and shrubs. Most are labeled. Natural areas of campus contain plants typical in Georgia’s coastal broadleaf evergreen forests such as live oak, southern magnolia, red bay, horse sugar and sparkleberry. Several plant collections have been established in the Arboretum, including a Camellia Garden, Conifer Garden, Fern Garden, Ginger Garden, Primitive Garden and an International Garden. The Arboretum is open to the public seven days a week during the daylight hours.
Savannah's beauty is rivaled only by its hospitality. Whether you tour the oak-lined squares in the historic district, shop on Broughton Street or join festivities on River Street.
Windward Commons is our newest residence hall. Developed specifically for first-year students, it features multipurpose social nooks, classrooms for tutoring, piano rooms, kitchens, laundry rooms and the Cove!
Compass Point is our garden-style apartment residence hall, featuring laundry and courtyards for socializing and studying. Whether you are playing pool or outdoor volleyball, this residence hall is designed with upperclassmen in mind.
University Crossings has the largest bedrooms on campus! This residential community is perfect for upperclassmen and graduate students who are looking for a place on campus that is a little quieter. It features private entrances and convenient parking and is located near the Fine Arts Building and the College of Health Professions.
University Terra/housing-residence-life/housing-university-tce is our most tranquil and natural residential communities. This residence hall hosts our Finish Strong-themed living community, where studying is our top priority.