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Samantha Young, Coordinator
Proud Pirate Parent (P3) Newsletter
Hello Parents and welcome. We are pleased that you are now a part of the community of Proud Pirate Parents (P3) and that your student selected Armstrong to prepare for the future! This is the most recent edition of the Proud Pirate Parent (P3) Newsletter. The newsletter provides tips, dates and deadlines to help you help your student successfully navigate the Armstrong experience. We invite you to contact our office with questions. We are happy to assist. If you do not currently receive the P3 newsletter in your email inbox, we invite you to click the link on the right side of the screen to subscribe.
Armstrong Brings Home Three Best of Savannah Awards
(June 3, 2014) Armstrong was well represented this year in Connect’s Best of Savannah awards, with recipients from a soccer team to a recent graduate to a professor’s blog...
Residential Students Give Back to Goodwill, Second Harvest During Spring Move-Out
(May 27, 2014) At the end of the Spring 2014 semester, Armstrong students living on campus donated nearly 10 tons of unused items to Goodwill and Second Harvest...
Events and Fairs
Alumni Center Grand Opening
Friday, June 6, 2014
Sheldon Kanis Music Celebration
June 22nd; 6 p.m.
Masquers Summer Theatre: And Then There Were None
June 26th-28th, 7:30 p.m.
June 29th, 3 p.m.
Savannah Winds Annual Patriotic Concert
June 29th; 3 p.m.
Please visit our main events page to learn about the events on Armstrong's campus throughout the month of June.
Visit our academic calendars website under the Office of the Registrar for important payment and registration dates and deadlines.
Good to Know
You know that we have tons of courses at Armstrong, but how do you know what is left? You may ask if you, as a parent, have access to see our course availability. You do! By visiting our open class list page, you'll be able to see first hand what courses are available. You can't pick your son or daughter's course schedule, but you can be an active and involved parent by telling them about options they may not have considered.
Armstrong Undergraduate Catalog
Ask anyone a question about Armstrong and you will likely hear them mention the Undergraduate Catalog. The Armstrong Undergraduate Catalog contains just about all the information you and your student will ever need about Armstrong policies and programs. It also contains full course descriptions so that you can help your student make informed decisions about their course selections. Check out the Academic Success Center for more great helpful resources for you and your student.
Can't get enough information about what's going on at Armstrong? The Armstrong magazine is published each semester and highlights for our constituents the great achievements of Armstrong students, faculty, staff and notable alumni. Visit the page for the current issue as well as archived issues of the Armstrong Magazine.
Exploring Payment Options
Worried about meeting financial obligations for school? Read on to discover more about Armstrong's pre-payment plan and discover if it is the right choice for you...
Tuitiion and Fees Calculator
Fill out the form below to get an estimate of your tuition and fees. If you are uncertain about your answers to any of the questions, you may want to review How Tuition and Fees are Set first to determine your status. Note: A few programs have special tuition rates and are not included in this calculator...
Fall 2014: Fri, Aug 15
Spr 2015: Fri, Jan 9
Summer 2015: Fri, June 5
Payment Plan Enrollment Deadlines
Fall 2014: July 25, Aug 15 (3 and 2 payment plans only)
Spring 2015: Nov 25, Dec 23, Jan 9
Summer 2015: Mar 26, Apr 24, May 22, June2
Tobacco-Free Campus Initiative
On August 1, 2012, Armstrong became one of the first USG institutions to achieve tobacco free status. All tobacco product use is prohibited on Armstrong's campus. The goal of this initiative is to create a healthier atmosphere for all Armstrong students, faculty and staff members...
Office of Orientation and Parent Programs
The Office of Parent Services provides communication to parents with the goal of helping to support student success and working together to empower students to take personal responsibility for their social and academic choices. You will receive the Parent Newsletter on a regular basis and, in the near future, find even more information on our expanded parent website.