Services for Students
Alternative Media Access Center
The Alternative Media Access Center (AMAC) is a membership organization committed to removing social and academic barriers to individuals with physical, sensory, and print-related learning disabilities. Students receiving AMAC alternative media services have access to resources as part of their institution’s membership.
The mission of the University System Counseling Centers is to provide a variety of counseling and psychological services to ensure academic and personal success to all of our students.
College and universities in the University System of Georgia are committed to ensuring that all students have access to the necessary resources to make their college experience a successful one!
We believe safe, affordable, student living is a key part of academic success. View USG Campuses with Housing
Regents Centers for Learning Disorders (RCLD)
The Regents Centers for Learning Disorders (RCLD) provide comprehensive evaluations for students with possible learning disorders who are attending schools within the University System of Georgia. Their mission also includes consultation, research, and training focused on the needs of college students with learning disorders.
Current center locations are:
Student Government Association
Student Advisory Council officers represent the views of their respective institutions to the University System as well as to their own campus administrations in order to better the college experience for the student population. (visit site)
Student Health Insurance
The University System of Georgia is pleased to be able to offer their students affordable, benefit rich Student Health Insurance Plans (SHIP). While some students are required to be enrolled in a health insurance plan and are required to have insurance that meets the minimum standards, optional enrollment in SHIP is also available to all students, their spouse and their dependents.
For more information about the plans offered on your campus please contact your SHIP representative.
Students enrolled at Georgia Health Sciences University, Georgia Institute of Technology and University of Georgia are not participating in the system-wide insurance plan.