Established in 1906, Valdosta State University is a public university located in the heart of Valdosta city, Georgia. There is another branch campus at Valdosta; classes are also taken at Moody Air Force Base and Kings Bay Naval Base in Southern Georgia. VSU offers associate, certificate, bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral programs, with criminal justice, nursing, and education being popular majors. The school also offers the Governor's Honors Program, a residential program for high school students with promising academic and artistic talent. It is a large university with over 11,000 students, who study at the primarily commuter campus. ‘Valdosta’ means ‘vale of beauty’, and the campus lives up to this name, with a Camellia Trail, and an outdoor art collection among the unique features of VSU. Student services at Valdosta State include dedicated career services, academic advising, and a meditation center. Notable alumni include Nancy Grace, Debra Fordham, and Kip Moore.