Resources for Incoming
We know that starting college is exciting, but a bit scary, as well. This is why we created videos and infographics to help you out. Check out your student email address and your phone (that’s right, we will text you links to videos) for weekly updates.
Not getting our texts? Make sure to let us know the best number to reach you at [email protected].
There’s so much to learn as a new freshman. Here’s some “Advice for Frosh” to help you out.
Getting to know your faculty members can be intimidating, here’s how to interact with them.
From here to there and everywhere, there are many ways to get around campus. Here’s a video to make sure you know your way around.
All these terms keep getting thrown at you about financial aid – there’s subsidized loans vs. unsubsidized loans, and interest rates. What does it all mean? Here’s some info to help you understand all the new vocabulary.
The library is one of the most underused resources on campus, here are a few key things you may not know about it:
You thought you knew how to study in high school, but college is a whole new world! Here is some info on good study habits to help you get ahead of the game.
In college, you have more free time than ever, but you have to use it wisely! Here are some tips on managing your time.
The HOPE Scholarship is one of the best ways for you to save on your college education. You probably know that you need at least a 3.0 to receive the HOPE scholarship, but there are a few other things you will want to know as well. Here’s the scoop on HOPE for you.
Freshman Learning Communities (FLC) are the regular ways for incoming first-year students to start their career at Georgia State University. Why should you be excited about participating in an FLC? Check it out here.
You should meet with your advisor at least once a semester. Meet some of them here to see why.