It affects more than just campuses in Statesboro and Savannah. A meeting was held today at Armstrong’s Liberty Campus in Hinesville where several people in the community got the chance to talk to the two presidents about the future.
"I'm an advocate of the Liberty Center,” said Byler. “I want it to thrive and be at its best."
"And we're going to have in the range of 5-600 people working on these various tasks," said Dr. Hebert.
"As a parent, to hear them say they don't know yet how they're going to do it unsettles me as much as it settles me," said Byler.
"I think there's a lot to be gained by the merger,” said Byler. “When you combine, you can gain programs. I think that's going to have a direct impact."