Collaborating campus offices
The Georgia College Writing Center
"The Writing Center supports writers throughout their Georgia College academic experience by working with them at any stage of the writing process. Graduate and undergraduate tutors (also known as writing consultants provide GC students assistance with not only with the basics of formatting, punctuation, and grammar, but also with the development of ideas through an individualized collaborative learning process. The Writing Center serves to help each GC student cultivate their confidence and abilities as an academic writer." Along with assisting students across GCSU, the Writing Center plays a crucial role in MURACE research. Through four different appointment types-- poster pre-conference, oral pre-conference, abstract pre-conference, and post-conference-- the Writing Center works with MURACE students in all stages to help polish presentations and receive funding. For more information about the Writing Center and how to schedule an appointment, click HERE. *Note: In order to receive funding from MURACE for your research, a meeting with the Writing Center is required. For more information, visit the funding page linked HERE.
The john e. sallstrom honors college
"Named for founding director Dr. John E. Sallstrom, the John E. Sallstrom Honors College is designed for intellectually talented and motivated students." The Honors College helps "students seek out intellectually rigorous and transformative experiences both in the classroom and beyond: experiences which will allow them to stretch their minds, craft unique records of accomplishment and achieve their longer term academic and professional goals." For more information on the GCSU Honors College, click HERE.
The Career center
"The Career Center provides students opportunities to engage in career development activities during their time at GC so that they are prepared for internships as well as transitions to a career or to graduate / professional school. Throughout their four years at GC, students can access the Career Center through individualized appointments, career fairs, meet-ups and workshops, class and student organization presentations, campus interviews, and much more." For more information on the Career Center and the services they provide, click HERE.
The graduate school
"Ranked by U.S. News & World Report as one of the best master’s level universities in the south, Georgia College offers close interactions with faculty and an engaged, hands-on approach to curriculum. Our graduate programs are nationally-accredited and recognized for their academic merit and affordable cost. Offering 27 online/hybrid degrees, students have the opportunity to explore in-depth topics within their areas of study, while gaining real-world knowledge they’ll use to make their mark on the world." For more information on the GCSU Graduate School and how to apply, click HERE.
The national scholarships office
"The National Scholarships Office at Georgia College assists exceptional Georgia College students and alumni in applying for nationally and internationally competitive scholarships and fellowships that support study, research, and work experiences in the US or abroad. Students who excel as scholars and leaders at Georgia College are ready to compete against students at other top universities, and the National Scholarships office exists to help our students achieve these goals. We provide support for our students throughout the application process, treating it as a learning opportunity. Students who are mentored through the awards process will emerge with the communication skills, the confidence, and the problem solving abilities that will help them succeed in many other future endeavors." For more information on the National Scholarships Office, click HERE.