Savannah State University is up-and-coming, with many new additions happening on campus. Savannah State University is the oldest HBCU (historically black college and university) and strives to uphold the history on campus, but years have past, and the administration has realized that renovations are necessary. Students and administration are working side by side to maintain the SSU campus. Overall, students are always entertained with the many things going on on campus, like events sponsored by the Student Government Association and the Campus Activity Board, just to name a few. You're bound to have an enjoyable time, as long as you come out of your room and get involved.
The King-Frazier Student Center is the peak of the campus. This is where everyone comes to meet and greet, and you're sure to see people. In August 2011, SSU received a second student center. Athletic centers are also being maintained and renovated. The latest project is the football stadium. The Asa H. Gordon Library is filled with all the information necessary to get an "A" on a research paper. Gordon Library is a circle—the reason being the architect said he could fit more books in a circle library, and he was correct.