Center for Student Success

Welcome to the Center for Student Success!

The Center for Student Success provides students with the academic resources and support that they will need to progress successfully through their academic program and graduate in a timely manner. Those resources include the first-year experience programs, four-year academic advising, a Learning Center and Writing Center designed to enhance the performance level of high achieving students, and a Testing Center to ensure that students have access and support for testing required in individual classes in by the institution to meet graduation requirements.  The Center for Student Success also provides opportunities for students to have distinctive higher level academic experiences in the Honors Program, the National Scholarships Office, and the office of Leadership Programs.

Academic Advising Center

Students receive guidance in a one-stop setting in the Academic Advising Center located on the second floor of Lanier Hall. 
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Bridge Scholars Program (BSP)

The Bridge Scholars Program is a conditional admission program for freshman applicants who demonstrate potential for success in college but would benefit from a transitional support program. 

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Center for Testing

救济金6元棋牌不洗牌斗地主The Center for Testing administers an array of tests for our students such as legislative tests, senior exit exams, and accommodation testing and more.

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Honors Program

The Honors Program is designed for students seeking a four-year comprehensive program providing special learning opportunities for highly motivated students.

Learn More About the Honors Program

The Learning Center

The mission of the Georgia College Learning Center is to provide academic support in mathematics, economics and science courses throughout the core curriculum.

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The Writing Center

救济金6元棋牌不洗牌斗地主The Writing Center is a free service available to all members of the university community, not just students enrolled in English classes.    

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