Services for Students
The Center for Inclusive Design and Innovation is a membership organization committed to removing social and academic barriers to individuals with physical, sensory, and print-related learning disabilities. Students receiving CIDI 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 understand that many students who have experienced foster care or homelessness may be looking for a fresh start in a new place. Our goal is to make your transition as easy as possibly by providing access to appropriate resources, services and connections. Each University System of Georgia institution has a designated campus Foster and Homeless Youth Support Contact who is there to help interested prospective and current students connect with appropriate resources. Of course, any services provided or connections made are strictly confidential. Additional services are being developed that may include intersession housing, scholarships, and more depending on the specific institution. No one knows what you need better than you so we encourage you to reach out to the support contact for your institution of choice and they will work to identify the resources on campus or in the community to help you.
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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:
The 2015 National College Health Assessment estimates that 9.6 percent of college students experience suicidal ideation and 1.6 percent attempt suicide each year. More alarmingly, approximately 1,100 undergraduate students die by suicide each year. Given these numbers and the devastating impact of loss, USG colleges have diligently and intentionally worked to prevent suicides on their campus.