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Student Resources

Congratulations on your commitment to academic success! Below, you will find information on our most requested resources and services. However, we are happy to consult with students to further discuss additional supports; please reach out to our team at

Semester Toolkit

The Academic Success Center’s Semester Toolkit will help you better communicate in the academic environment, engage in your classes, manage your time, implement organization strategies, prepare for class, get the most out of your studying, and more.

To access our Semester Toolkit resources, please visit our webpage.

Academic Success Center Programs & Services

Academic Success Coaching

Academic Success Coaches serve as the primary facilitator of academic coaching for students on academic intervention, or for students choosing to opt into services for additional accountability and support. Students collaborate with their Academic Success Coach to develop strategic goals for the semester, connect to additional campus resources, and receive support for overall academic success.

To learn more information about Success Coaching, including how to opt-in to the service, please visit our webpage.

Consultations and Workshops

Academic Skill Consultations

Academic skill consultations are a great way for students to meet with an Educational Specialist one-on-one to discuss an academic skill they want to further develop or refine. These can include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Time Management
  • Note-Taking
  • Goal-setting
  • Overcoming Challenges & Setbacks
  • Effectively Utilizing Study Groups
  • Improving Reading Strategies
  • Communicating with Professors
  • Succeeding with Tests

Academic Skill Workshops

The Academic Success Center also offers virtual and in-person workshop opportunities so students can continue enhancing their academic skill set. These workshops highlight solutions to common challenges such as test-taking skills, note-taking methods, strategies for reading comprehension, developing goals and a mindset for success, and time management.

To learn more information about consultations and workshops, please visit our webpage.

Learning Support Program

The Learning Support Program provides students with additional support to develop skills in reading, composition, and/or mathematics. Students are enrolled in the Learning Support Program based on placement test results according to Board of Regents and Georgia Southern University policies.

To learn more information about the Learning Support Program, please visit our webpage.

Peer Mentoring

The Peer Mentor Program supports the academic and social growth of first and second-year students. Peer Mentors are academically successful upperclassmen pursuing various majors, and our team is passionate about walking alongside students as they transition to life at Georgia Southern.

Peer Mentors and Mentees meet weekly to discuss a variety of topics, including locating resources on campus, getting a handle on time management, sharing personal experiences and overcoming challenges, establishing positive habits, goal setting, getting plugged into campus life, and more! Our Peer Mentors help students navigate the academic environment and celebrate successes – big or small.

To learn more information about the Peer Mentor Program, including how to sign up for a Mentor, please visit our webpage.

Peer Tutoring

Academic Success Center has free tutoring available for Georgia Southern students virtually and in person. While tutoring is provided for a variety of courses, tutoring is not available in every single subject area. The Academic Success Center offers tutoring in core Math, Science, and Humanities courses.

To learn more information about Peer Tutoring, including hours of availability, please visit our webpage.

Testing Services

Testing Services offers centralized, efficient, and professional evaluation, preparation, and testing services to the Georgia Southern University campus community.

To learn more information about Testing Services, please visit our webpage.

Group Presentation Requests

We are pleased to offer Group Presentations for student organizations and class sections. We ask that presentation requests are submitted with at least two weeks’ notice. We will work with your group to help facilitate what you may be looking for.

To request a member of the Academic Success Center to present to your group (i.e. student organization or class), please complete this form.

On-Demand Workshops

Browse our library of on-demand workshops, available any time of day that is convenient to you. To access our on-demand workshops, please visit our webpage.

Online Learning Resources

To access Georgia Southern’s Online Learning Resources, please visit this webpage.

Last updated: 3/14/2023