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Student Housing Living Learning Community (Georgia Gwinnett College-2023)

Student Housing will begin the implementation of Living Learning Communities (LLCs) on the campus of Georgia Gwinnett College.  LLCs are named as a high-impact practice by the American Association of Colleges & Universities, due to evidence-based benefits for students who are participants. Living Learning Communities are an engaging collaboration between Student Housing/Student Affairs and Academic Affairs, where student cohorts live together in residence.

Career Readiness (Georgia Gwinnett College-2023)

CDAC (now referred to as Career Services) offers all students the opportunity to receive career counseling and coaching to assist them with identifying and reaching their career readiness goals. All students are provided access to the Mastering Career Readiness modules in D2L to begin taking steps towards their career and professional development through self-assessment and career exploration.

First-Year Seminar (FYS): GGC 1000 (Georgia Gwinnett College-2023)

The First-Year Seminar (FYS), GGC 1000, is a 1-credit course that aims to support and increase the academic and personal success of GGC’s first-year students. This class covers subjects such as campus resources, study skills, time management, growth mindset, and major and career exploration. For students with 30 or fewer credits, it counts towards degree requirements and can substitute for one physical education activity course.

SPARC: Summer Preparatory Academic Resource Camps (Georgia Gwinnett College-2023)

The Summer Preparatory Academic Resource Camps (SPARC) program aims to support growth mindset among incoming first-year students and targeted populations of returning students, with particular emphasis on the mindset elements: Sense of Belonging and Purpose and value (see:

Georgia Gwinnett College 2023

Georgia Gwinnett College (GGC) is one of two access institutions in the Atlanta metropolitan region. The GGC mission states that the College “provides access to targeted baccalaureate and associate level degrees that meet the economic development needs of the growing and diverse population of the northeast Atlanta metropolitan region.” Founded in 2005, Georgia Gwinnett College (GGC) operates according to a clear strategic plan derived from its mission.


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