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Alumni and Friends

Alumni Survey

At the College of Education, we know that it is our alumni and friends who carry the torch for education and serve as our shining example throughout the world. We hope that you will keep us informed of all you are doing. Send your updated information for your classmates and other alumni to read. Photos are welcome.

Please follow this link to send your information to us.

College of Education Alumni Survey

Giving to the College of Education

By giving to the College of Education at Georgia Southern University, you are supporting high quality programming, scholarships, and research efforts.

Your donations are tax deductible and will be deposited into a College of Education account with the Georgia Southern University Foundation.

The Georgia Southern University Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit corporation established in 1963 to raise and manage private dollars to meet the needs of the Georgia Southern University which are not funded through state allocations. The foundation is qualified by the Internal Revenue Service as a tax exempt 501(c) (3) corporation.

Yes, I want to help the College of Education meet its greatest priorities!


You may designate a contribution to “COE” and pay by credit card or e-check via our secure server at this link.

If you have questions, please contact John Ramfjord at 912-536-6312 or email him at

Wall of Honor

The College of Education’s Wall of Honor is a way for you to recognize and honor persons or groups for their contributions to the education profession. Teachers, professors, school leaders, businesses and community groups — they all have a place on our Wall of Honor. Help us grow the Wall of Honor Tree by adding a leaf through a gift of $1,200 or by adding a branch or foundation stone through a larger gift. Your gift to the College of Education at Georgia Southern University will be forever recognized on the Wall of Honor.

For more information please contact:
John Ramfjord
P.O. Box 8053
Statesboro, GA 30458

Last updated: 7/1/2022