Want to make friends? Want to take courses that interest you? Want to succeed in college? Then look into Freshman Learning Communities (FLC), an innovative and successful approach to your first semester at Georgia State University.
Need help in classes such as biology, chemistry, accounting, or economics? Supplemental Instruction is here to help!
SI is a voluntary and free academic assistance program that uses peer-led study groups to help students in traditionally difficult courses – those with low completion rates (D’s, F’s, and W’s).
SI leaders attend and participate in classes… more »
The learning process begins in the classroom. Effective note taking, studying, attendance, participation and the “dreaded” textbook reading are all crucial in making the most of your classroom experience.
Tips for Making the Most of Class time
The following material has been excerpted from Cuseo, J. B, Fecas, V. S., & Thompson, A..(2007). Thriving in… more »