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Academic, Computing, Tutoring, and Testing (ACTT) Center

ACTT CenterThe ACTT Center, located on the Gainesville Campus in the J. Foster Watkins Academic Building, is a place where you can study and check out study materials. If you like to study in an environment that is not as quiet as the library, then the ACTT Center is for you. Inside the ACTT Center, you will find study tables for you and your study groups. While you prepare for class or that next test, you may have drinks and eat snacks. However, meals are not allowed.

Hours of Operation-Spring and Fall Semesters

  • Monday - Thursday: 7:30 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.
  • Friday: 7:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
  • Saturday: 10 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. 
  • Summer we close at 12 noon Friday

Study Materials

Have a student ID? If so, you may checkout a calculator, some of the current textbooks, resources, or study manuals from the ACTT Center front desk. Items you check out are due back by closing time that same day. You will be charged a fine if you keep an item overnight.


The ACTT Center contains the largest number of computers for student use. When you need to check your e-mail, rows of computers are awaiting you in the ACTT Center and also the ACT 2 computer lab located in the Martha T. Nesbitt Academic building, room 2102. Campus e-mail is now the official communication medium for UNG. The computers, along with color printers and scanners, are available for your use when completing assignments for your classes. Tables, located near electrical outlets, are also available for laptop use.

FREE Tutoring

Free tutoring is available to you in chemistry, math, and physics. Tutoring in English, ESL, and composition is located in Writing Center (Gainesville Campus) in the Martha Nesbitt Academic Building on the 2nd floor. The accounting tutor is located in the computer lab adjacent to the Writing Center.

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