Student Affairs supports active learning inside and outside of the classroom and is your ultimate resource for growth and development. We focus on creating, providing and assessing programs, services and policies that empower you and propel you on toward success.
Find study and reference materials, textbooks (including rentals), supplies, general reading books, GGC Grizzly apparel and much more at the Bookstore. Grizzlies can sell their books back to the Bookstore through the store's year-round buy-back policy. Graduating Grizzlies may also order graduation regalia and related items, as well as frames for those newly earned diplomas.Find more at the Bookstore.
Prepare for success in the Career Development and Advising Center. You have access to up-to-date career resources and exciting job opportunities. From resume critiques and evaluations to mock interviews and career planning, you get the best tools and preparation to succeed in your academic and professional goals.Learn more about the Career Development and Advising Center.
Claw Card (ID)
Your Claw Card is your identification card with access to campus services and events. Make purchases throughout campus, including the Dining Hall and Bookstore, without ever having to carry cash.Learn more about the Claw Card, where to get one and how to check your balance.
Complaints and Appeals
GGC has both formal and informal complaint procedures as well as an appeals process.Learn more about filing complaints and appeals.
Enjoy some of the tastiest food in Lawrenceville – right here on campus, including all-you-can-eat buffets, our Mongolian grill, grab-and-go options, sandwiches, salads and dessert bars.
We have flexible meal plans to suit your needs – for resident students and commuters alike – including Meals per Week, the Block Plan or the use of Munch Money. All campus dining locations accept Claw Cards, so it's convenient.Learn more about Grizzly Dining.
GGC students with documented disabilities can reach their full potential through Disability Services, which provides reasonable accommodations that ensure accessible educational and social environments.Learn more about Disability Services.
Grizzlies Helping Grizzlies
Grizzlies Helping Grizzlies provides support for GGC students who may not be able to meet their basic needs. The program offers assistance in the form of gift cards, toiletries, and other items that are donated by members of the College community, and current efforts include assisting homeless students and students with food insecurities. Grizzlies Helping Grizzlies was created by the Office of Student Affairs and involves staff from multiple offices on campus.Contact Student Affairs for more information and to support the program.
Health Services wants to ensure that GGC students have access to basic health care and health information. Our goal is to promote student wellness and provide students with the necessary resources so that they may function at the best possible health level.Learn more about Health Services.
Mail services are available in the Claw Card Office and Mail Services Center, including prepaid shipping of FedEx and UPS, USPS services and shipping supplies.Learn more about Mail Services.
Stressed or overwhelmed? Counseling and Psychological Services offers private counseling and psychological support. Counseling and Psychological Services’ professional staff is equipped to help you with personal or emotional issues in a safe, welcoming and confidential setting.Learn more about Counseling and Psychological Services.
Public Safety and Emergency Management offers a number of programs, mobile apps and services for the campus community to keep you safe and secure.Learn more about Public Safety and Emergency Management.
Student Behavioral Concerns Team
The GGC Student Behavioral Concerns Team (SBCT) promotes campus safety and the well-being of students through the identification, assessment, intervention and management of student situations that may pose a threat to the safety and well-being of the campus community and/or the individual student. The SBCT develops intervention and support strategies and takes appropriate action to help connect the student to any necessary resources and/or further resolve the situation.Learn more about Student Crisis and what to do.
As a student, you are part of a campus community that values integrity, fairness and honesty because we believe you deserve a high-quality educational experience. By creating awareness and promoting ethical student conduct, Student Integrity ensures that you have the opportunity to be part of a college of excellence.Learn more about Student Integrity.
Wellness and Recreation
Are you ready for some fun? Get access to exciting opportunities for athletic and adventurous activities on campus through Wellness and Recreation.
Explore the surrounding area with an outdoor adventure. Excursions include hiking, sailing and rock wall climbing, to name a few. Or stay closer to home and sign up for a racquetball tournament or choose from a variety of intramural and club sports, like sand volleyball, tennis or indoor soccer. There’s also the option of dropping by the Wellness and Recreation Center for weight training or group fitness classes.Learn more about Wellness and Recreation.
Explore Wellness Programming with information and resources to inspire you to embrace wellness and be the best you can be.
We believe student advisement is about being part of a community of friends, intellectuals, peers and mentors who are all here to help you succeed. That is why each and every student is assigned a personal mentor.
To learn your mentor, log in to Banner and click "Student and Financial Aid." Select "View Student Record," then click "Student Information." Your mentor is listed as your primary advisor.
The GGC Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) focuses on training and developing future leaders. ROTC classes and field training exercises provide you with the tools and experience needed to succeed in any competitive environment. The curriculum covers management, ethics, tactics, law, military history and army culture.Learn more about Army ROTC.
eCore is a USG collaborative program established to make higher education more accessible to Georgia students.Learn more about eCore.
Travel the world and earn college credits at the same time. The Office of Internationalization is your passport to study abroad opportunities. One of our missions is to increase the number of GGC students participating in education abroad programs across disciplines; and expand student participation in a broad range of other international opportunities, including but not limited to internships, research fellowships and service learning.Learn more about Education Abroad.
Freshman Learning Communities
Freshman Learning Communities provide themed options that enhance the freshman experience and support your success at GGC.Learn more about your Freshman Learning Community options.
GGC's honor societies offer recognition of your academic excellence and resources toward your continued success.Learn more about Honor Societies.
GGC offers qualified students admission into the GGC Honors Program. This program offers you an integrated educational experience through enhanced opportunities in scholarship, leadership, service and creativity.Learn more about the Honors Program.
Internationalized courses (i-courses) are a part of GGC's Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) – the Internationalization of the Curriculum: Engaging the World to Develop Global Citizens.
Each i-course contains a wealth of international content, which provides broader global awareness and perspective.Learn more about i-courses.
Gain relevant, real-world experience and academic credit by exploring academic internships.Learn more about academic internships.
Available to students and faculty, Mathematica provides a single, integrated system for usage in many different areas, including mathematical calculations and visualization, working with all types of data, image processing, instant creation of interactive models and more. Find Mathematica on MyGGC (login required), along with Mathematica resources, availability around campus, and instructions to set up your free account and install on your personal computer.
Mentoring and Advising Center
The Mentoring and Advising Center (MAC) offers mentoring and advising support for students enrolled in School of Transitional Studies classes, including English for Academic Purposes (EAP), English, reading and math.
Advising for Student Success students promotes the personal success and academic achievement of students through quality educational advisement, academic planning and targeted skills development. Advising provides students with information regarding testing, course placement, curricular choices, programs of study and graduation requirements. Advising also clarifies academic policies and guidelines required by the Board of Regents and by Georgia Gwinnett College and connects students with appropriate campus resources and services.Learn more about the Mentoring and Advising Center.
Information on GGC’s academic policies, standards and procedures is contained in the latest edition of the Student Handbook.View Student Handbook table of contents and downloadable PDF.
Student-led Study Sessions (PSI)
The Peer Supplemental Instruction (PSI) program provides both support for students in freshmen courses and leadership opportunities for junior and seniors.Learn about SST's PSI student-led study sessions in STEM-related subjects.
Testing Services provides access to tests that many students must take to get to the next level of their education – from placement testing to CLEP tests.Learn more about tests offered in Testing Services.
Tutoring and Workshops
Even the best-prepared student hits bumps along the road to success. The Academic Enhancement Center helps you get over those bumps with academic tutoring in a variety of subjects and workshops in things like study skills, time management and grammar. Our services are free and open to students at all levels.Get information about tutoring opportunities through the Academic Enhancement Center (AEC).