The Center for Academic Success offers programs designed for students looking to get a head start on their classes as well as programs to help students recover from any academic setbacks. Read the program descriptions below to determine which would be the best fit for you.
Reboot is a 6 week academic success program for students who are not meeting their academic expectations.
Right Start: is a three-week workshop series where students meet with a professional for three consecutive weeks in the early portion of the semester. These coaching workshops will introduce students to key concepts that should be utilized and refined early in the semester - Goal Setting, Time Management the PLRS study system, utilizing academic resources.
The Success Summit is a half-day program especially designed for Tech students who want to strategize for academic success.
GT 2100 Seminar on Academic Success is a course designed to help students returning from Academic Dismissal develop and practice strategies for success at Georgia Tech.
Tech Prep: The Calculus Advantage is for incoming Freshmen looking to get ahead on their classes. Designed for the rigorous Georgia Tech environment, this non-credit, residential program reviews fundamental calculus concepts and strategies critical for academic success in calculus and other first-year courses.