Armstrong is a comprehensive four-year institution that is teaching-centered and student-focused, providing diverse learning experiences and professional programs grounded in the liberal arts. Armstrong serves a very diverse population of both traditional and non-traditional students, representing nearly every state and 76 countries. Armstrong is committed to providing each student with an education that is transformative, experiential, rigorous and leading to student success.
Undergraduate and graduate programs prepare students well for their careers as well as for thoughtful, civically engaged lives. Armstrong's coastal location and strong ties to its founding city, Savannah, provide students with myriad opportunities for service, leadership and environmental awareness.
Armstrong has an enrollment of more than 7,600 students, with more than 1,400 residing on campus. A new residence hall, recognized nationally for its design, is designated for incoming freshmen.
The University offers more than 100 academic programs at the baccalaureate, master's and professional doctorate level through its four colleges: liberal arts, health professions, science and technology, and education.
The Liberty Center in Hinesville, Armstrong's outreach location, serves citizens and military families in Hinesville and the surrounding area.
Armstrong's College of Health Professions is one of the largest regional health professions education centers in Georgia.
Armstrong had an economic impact of more than $201 million during FY 2010.