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Learning Support

The University System of Georgia Model

Students who have Learning Support requirements in English and/or Math will be enrolled in Corequisite instruction.

Corequisite instruction means that students are in a credit-bearing (college-level) English and/or Math course, plus a required support course – two courses in the same semester. These courses are not available online and must be taken the student’s first term of enrollment.
Support courses assist students in enhancing their skills by providing additional instruction as well as low-stakes testing opportunities. They are designed to improve understanding and performance in the credit-bearing course. Upon satisfactory completion of the credit-bearing course, students will have earned college-level Area A credit for English and/or Math, as well as satisfied the Learning Support requirement.

Critical Dates

Advising weeks are in March.
Meet with your advisor in March to prepare for fall 2020 registration in April.

Having a Growth Mindset Matters!

Students who adopt a growth versus a fixed mindset about their academic endeavors:

  • believe they can get better;
  • become active participants in their education;
  • learn from their mistakes;
  • face their challenges;
  • ask for help;
  • engage in practice;
  • evaluate themselves on effort as much as on grades;
  • never quit.
Check out the Grow Your Brain module!

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