Welcome to the Academic Resource Center
IS STAFFED ON CAMPUS STARTING AUGUST 1, 2021
OUR OFFICE IS OPEN M-Th 9 a.m. - 7 p.m. and Friday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Ways to Contact Us:
Academic Resource Center – firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Disability Services – email@example.com
New Student Programs – firstname.lastname@example.org
more information about the university’s response to COVID-19, please see the
dedicated website: https://www.govst.edu/coronavirus/
The Academic Resource Center staff will continue to assist students virtually and face-to-face for the fall semester. Please visit the services' individual webpages for further information and contact information.
Do you struggle with taking notes or organizing your day around classes? Maybe you use a wheelchair and have trouble navigating a crowded campus. Whatever obstacle is preventing you from reaching your highest potential, the Academic Resource Center (ARC) can help you turn that obstacle into a stepping stone.
ARC provides student support that goes beyond the classroom, meets individuals where they are and helps them achieve academic and personal goals. We equip you with the necessary tools for success. We offer a variety of academic support services and work closely with students, faculty, and staff, offering writing assistance, subject tutoring, academic recovery plans, disabilities services, and other resources.
The Academic Resource Center provides support in Math, Statistics, Science, and Business courses through tutoring and online resources.
In the Writing Center, we offer GSU students assistance through resource links on our webpage, in person, and through our online writing center.
Access Services for Students with Disabilities
Student Disability Services is committed to providing student support and seeks to foster independence and develop self-advocacy of students with disabilities.
Learning Strategies and Resources
Not all students have mastered the skills needed to succeed in college. The ARC offers online resources and workshops to enhance students’ learning skills from note taking and organization to time management and rest as they take on more challenges.
Pathways to Academic Recovery Program
Academic Resource Center offers an academic
recovery plan to help freshmen who are on academic probation return to
Academic Recovery Program
For upper level students who need help creating an academic recovery plan, ARC provides support and resources to assist with identifying tasks and objectives to help you meet your goals. View the GS2U Student Success Series workshop calendar offered each semester.