Kick off your morning in Statesboro by leaving your student housing and enjoying a stroll around the acres of green space at the Garden of the Coastal Plain. Then, pick up some supplies from the farmers’ market downtown. When it’s time to refuel, stop off at El Jalapenos for their steak fajita nachos over rice. Spend your afternoon hurtling down the slides at Statesboro favorite Splash In The Boro, or pick up some essentials with a trip to Statesboro Mall. End your day chilling out on the outdoor terrace with a cold drink over at student haunt Gata’s Sports Bar and Grill.
You can drive to Georgia Southern University in just seven minutes when you live at Market 100 in Statesboro.
Wake up and head straight for a morning dip in the on-site swimming pool, or get an early workout in the 24-hour fitness center. Return to your apartment and refuel with cereal at your breakfast bar, or simply wait for a latte to cool on your coffee table. Choose your clothes for the day from your own walk-in closet and throw yesterday’s in the washer dryer. Get ahead before class as you do some reading at your desk or make coffee to go and grab a spot in the resident center or computer lab.
After college, switch off with a film in the theater viewing room (open 24 hours) or challenge housemates to a game on the sand volleyball court. If volleyball’s not your sport, shoot some hoops on University Village’s basketball court instead. Alternatively, take the more sedate option of a few games of pool or hit the gaming stations in the clubhouse.
When you’re ready to eat, make the most of your position in the middle of Statesboro’s bustling market district and take your pick from restaurants like Bigshow’s Burgers and Bar or order in Bayou Blues from local pizza joint Mellow Mushroom. Let the food go down afterwards while you watch cable in your room or browse YouTube on your high-speed wireless internet, then get some fresh air before bed on your apartment’s patio or balcony.