"GATA-Go" will allow users to purchase on-campus food retailers like Starbucks and Lakeside Dining Commons from the phone. 

Georgia Southern’s Eagle Dining Services is transitioning from Tapingo to a new food ordering app, GATA-Go, beginning July 1.

Replacing Tapingo, GATA-Go will allow users to purchase food from on-campus food retailers like Chick-Fil-A and Dining Commons from their phones. 

“We are always excited to provide students with new and exciting means of meeting the needs of their very busy lifestyles,” Jeff Yawn, Executive Director of EDS, said in a press release. “We are confident that GATA-Go will be the very way of giving our Eagles the necessary access to our many food choices that nourish them and prepare them to succeed as students.”

The feature is available on the app “Transact Mobile Ordering” and can be accessed by using a my.GeorgiaSouthern credential under the “GeorgiaSouthern-GATA-Go” tab. Users can then pay for their meals through the app. 

“GATA-Go” will be available on the Armstrong campus sometime during the fall 2019 semester.

McClain Baxley, The George-Anne Editor-In-Chief,


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