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GSU's teams (except beach volleyball) are members of the Sun Belt Conference, a conference of which GSU is a charter member.
A reorganization of the University System of Georgia in the 1930s led to the school becoming the Atlanta Extension Center of the University System of Georgia and allowed night students to earn degrees from several colleges in the University System.
On August 18, 2016, Georgia State and the Atlanta-Fulton County Recreation Authority reached a tentative purchase agreement for Turner Field, and the purchase and redevelopment plan was approved by the Board of Regents on November 9, 2016.
Over a year later, the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia approved the merger of Georgia State University and Georgia Perimeter College, a 2-year college with 5 campuses.
Founded in 1913, it is one of the University System of Georgia's four research universities.
It is also the largest institution of higher education based in Georgia, with a total student population circa 52,000, including 32,082 graduate and undergraduate students in the downtown campus as of 2015.
These would replace the current stadiums in Panthersville.
How do I get my neighborhood designated as a local historic district?Historic Preservation Commission Historic Preservation in Decatur is guided by the Historic Preservation Commission, which issues Certificates of Appropriateness for projects located within the four local historic districts or one of the two local historic landmarks - the Old De Kalb Courthouse and the Old Scottish Rite Hospital campus - to ensure that any material change is consistent with the historical character of the property.Please click here for information on the Decatur Historic Preservation Commission.The board also announced that the current president of GSU, Dr.Mark Becker, would remain the president of the combined university, which retained the name Georgia State University.
In 1988, the nine-story Library South was constructed on the south side of Decatur Street, which was connected to the Pullen Library via a three-story high foot bridge (officially referred to as a "link") and effectively doubled the library's space.