Hey its all good...we in GA know who they are. Everyone who grows up here and goes to high school here remembers who in their class went to State, GA, Tech, Emory or Ga Southern. Historically the Southern option has been one step above "I dont know, I guess I could join the Army" meaning not a great deal of thought process put into it. The problem with GaSouthern today is that this is not the time to be a smalll town cow college. The nearest sizable city is Savannah (55 miles) which itself is a tourist destination and container port and not growing by leaps and bounds. There is no governmental, law are health sciences infrastructure to drive any new majors and growth the way there is in NW Atlanta (Kennesaw State). It puts them in a dire predicament where they have very little to sell academically to drive growth. Their best bet would be to open a satellite campus in Savannah and try and get some Health Sciences and Law programs started that way.