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Dede deLaughter, M.Ed.

Title: Director, Learning Support
Phone: 706-310-6207

Office: Administration 115, Oconee
Areas of Expertise: Learning Support


Dede deLaughter serves as Director of Learning Support for University of North Georgia.  Her primary responsibilities include assisting students, faculty, and staff with Learning Support policies, programs, and procedures that result in successful retention, progression, and graduation.  She received dual BA degrees in Psychology and in Religion from Emory University, and a Masters of Adult Education from University of Georgia.  She has been a University System of Georgia employee since July, 2002, having relocated to Georgia from Florida.  In addition to being the Director of Learning Support for UNG, she teaches UNIV 1101.  Her higher education areas of interest include student success, motivation, learning styles, and “grit.”  She has consulted on several editions of Student Success textbooks, as well as served on an advisory board for Pearson Education.  Her hobbies include reading, writing, walking, word puzzles, and Pilates, and in November 2013, Dede published her first novel, Reawakening Rebekah: The Gift of the CLAMOR Girls.


  • BA, Psychology/Religion, Emory University, 1980
  • M.Ed. , Adult Education, University of Georgia, 2007

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