Tarrah Mirus is the University Registrar and has been serving in such a capacity in the University System of Georgia since 2011. She joined the Georgia State team in 2016, bringing with her a background in curriculum management, instructional technology, analytics and customer service management. The Office of the Registrar team is responsible for registration, compliance, transcript management, degree conferral, document management, classroom scheduling and academic data reporting. Tarrah holds a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from East Carolina University and a master’s degree in curriculum, instruction and adult education.
I am the senior associate registrar in the Office of the Registrar. I received an associate degree in business administration from Middle Georgia College, a bachelor of arts degree in public and interpersonal relations from the University of Georgia and a master of science degree in post-secondary education – instructional technology from Troy University.
The Registration and Compliance Team is dedicated and eager to assist students in registration, cross-registration, veterans services and tuition classification.
Whether you are a student at the beginning or end of your college career, there is going to be some business to take care of along the way. From adding courses to your registration schedule to determining the cost of tuition, the Registration and Compliance team is committed to helping you achieve your academic aspirations.
I am an associate registrar in the office of the Registrar, for the Academic Records and Graduation Review and Diploma Services offices. I received an associate degree from Atlanta Metropolitan College and a bachelor of science degree from Clayton State University. During my tenure here at the university, I have played an integral role with systems management and with implementing academic policy.
It is my belief that more things are accomplished with a collaborative team effort. Each day, it is the goal of the Academic Records, Graduation Review and Diploma Services offices to work together to provide excellent customer service to students, faculty and staff. What is distinct about this unit is that we have the opportunity to interact and impact the lives of students as they complete their journey to obtain a degree.
During and even after our students’ collegiate careers, they will have to pounce on an opportunity quickly, and I can guarantee my staff and I will be more than willing to assist.
I am the associate registrar of enrollment services and oversee the Enrollment & Registration Services Centers at all six campuses. I received a bachelor of arts degree from the University of Mississippi and am pursuing a master of science degree in sports management from Troy University.
Prior to my arrival at Georgia State, I worked at Florida State University in Employee Relations and previously played in the National Football League for the Pittsburgh Steelers and the San Francisco 49ers. I have learned what it means to be a team player and I apply it every day in our Enrollment & Registration Services Center and Call Center. The Enrollment and Registration Services Center and Call Center are my playing field and I try to assist students, alumni and staff in winning each day.
My team and I look forward to serving you with all your Enrollment Services needs in the areas of Financial Aid, Registrar and Student Accounts. Our vision statement is "To foster a rewarding and collaborative environment where our services are an exciting option for students, alumni and staff."
Mark Eister is a United States Army veteran with more than 21 years of service. He began his military service in 1990, serving across the country and around the world, including a tour in Afghanistan. In March 2012 he joined Georgia Perimeter College, now consolidated with Georgia State University, to develop and direct its Military Outreach Program, where he and the Military Outreach Center staff serve and assist a population of more than 2,800 military and veteran students each semester.
As the director of military outreach, Mark has developed a number of programs to serve military and veteran students and to educate and inform staff and faculty on veterans’ issues. His efforts are being recognized nationally as "best practices," with Georgia State being ranked the #1 Military Friendly® Tier 1 Research Institute in the Nation for 2019-20 and again a Top 10 School for 2020-21. He is also routinely called upon to assist and guide other colleges and universities in developing their own military/veteran outreach programs.
Mark earned his associate’s degree in Technology from Pierce (Wash.) College, bachelor’s degree in theology from Liberty (Va.) University and MBA/Business Operations from TUI (Calif.) University while serving on active duty in the U.S. Army. He routinely participates in veterans’ panels and presents at conferences and seminars across the country aimed at improving the college experience and success of student veterans.
Georgia State University
Office of the Registrar
P.O. Box 4017
Atlanta, GA 30303