And while not every SSU student gets to hang out on the phone with a U.S. president, they do get millions of eye-opening experiences. Students compete in places like Belgium and Rome for Model UN. Plant trees with the Environmental Science Club. And join W.O.R.D. Inc. to promote the arts on and off campus. You’ll find SSU Tigers staging plays, reciting poetry, racing concrete canoes, cleaning beaches, mentoring inner city youth, and sending supplies to Liberia. Even better—SSU gives them the space and resources to do it all themselves, to create the experiences they want.
That freedom to take initiative gave Shelton the professional know-how to go for a dream he’s had since he was nine: Become a pediatric physician at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta’s Egleston hospital. “Savannah State opens doors to limitless possibilities.” Seriously Impressive