MAJOR DECISIONS 101 § -
Guides an undecided student through the process of selecting a major.
(Guidebook is designed for "undeclared" majors and available online
and in hard copy from START UP Advisors.)
MID-TERM HELP § -
Offers information relevant to midterm and priority registration.
AUGUSTA STATE UNIVERSITY HOURS - Lists service hours for campus offices and facilities.
Available each term from Student Activities Office (Jaguar Student Activities Center, 706-737-1609).
CAREER QUARTERLY - Offers career development news and Career Center information.
Available from the Career Center (Boykin-Wright, 706-737-1604).
CATALOG - Provides primary academic information.
Available annually from Academic Departments and Admissions (Benet House, 706-737-1632).
COPING WITH COLLEGE - A guide to student wellness.
Available from the Counseling Center (Bellevue Hall, 706-737-1471).
JAGUAR STUDENT HANDBOOK - Provides primary student information with academic planning calendar.
Available annually from Student Activities.
LEARNING SUPPORT RULES AND REGULATIONS -
Details the guidelines for the Learning Support program.
Available from Learning Support Department (Hardy Hall 2nd floor, 706-737-1685).
STUDENT ACTIVITIES CALENDAR - Notes ASU dates and activities for current term.
Available from Student Activities.
STUDENT FINANCIAL AID - Provides information on federal aid programs.
Published each academic year by the US Deparent of Education.
Available from the Financial Aid Office (Payne Hall 2nd floor, 706-737-1431).
HERE'S WHERE THE MONEY GOES - Describes campus services and programs
funded with Student Services fees. Available from Student Activities.
Augusta State University offers a wide array of on-going free support programs to
help students make a successful transition to our campus.
...from Counseling Center (Bellevue Hall, 706-737-1471)
STUDY AND TEST TAKING SKILLS - A seminar to enhance academic performance through
learning new study and test-taking techniques.
STRESS AND TIME MANAGEMENT - A seminar discussing self-management
skills for students to reduce stress and gain more control in their life.
CHOOSING A CAREER - Students explore the career possibilities for the future and
discover how their personalities can affect their choice.
(The center also offers a career library for reference use.)
INDIVIDUAL COUNSELING - Provides students with an opportunity to discuss personal,
academic, and career concerns with a professional counselor.
(Students may also take advantage of interactive computer programs or a
range of individual assessment tests.)