Auxiliary Services will bring a Sushi with Gusto to campus in the near future, but has not decided on the location.
According to Eddie Mills, associate vice president of Auxiliary Services, students will be able to purchase freshly-made sushi at the GusMart located in the I.T. Building or in the Russell Union.
Mills said there are currently 36 college campuses across the country with sushi stations, and Georgia Southern hopes to change that number to 37.
“I love it, I love sushi and I will probably eat it way more than Chick-fil-A,” Zakiyyah Phillip, sophomore civil engineering major, said.
Phillip said that she hopes to see classic sushi such as California rolls and spring rolls, as well as new rolls to try.
“That [sushi] would be exciting, because I love sushi and it’s very hard to find in Statesboro, because there is no Publix around,” Sara Alemar, sophomore biology and pre-med major, said.
Auxiliary services cannot reveal any further details about the expected opening date or the types of sushi that will be offered on campus at this time.