Resources Arts & Sciences
Students entering the Chemistry or Mathematics sequences are required to take placement exams. These exams help to ensure that you will be placed in the appropriate course for your background in the subject area. For more information, check the FAQs pages for the Chemistry and Mathematics exams.
If you have AP credit, you may be able to use this as a prerequisite for certain courses. Please make an appointment with the undergraduate advisor from the relevant department to ensure that you are placed in the right course and that your work is entered correctly into the registration system.
- For Biology questions consult the Biology Undergraduate Studies page.
- For Chemistry questions, contact the Resources for Current Students page.
- For Computer Science questions, contact the Director of Undergraduate Studies.
- For Geosciences questions, contact the Undergraduate Director.
- For Mathematics & Statistics questions, contact the Director of Undergraduate Studies.
- For Neuroscience questions, contact the Undergraduate Academic Coordinator.
- For Physics and Astronomy questions, contact the Physics and Astronomy Undergraduate Advisors.
Free tutoring is offered in the disciplines below. Please click on the tutoring schedule link below for the schedule:
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Georgia State’s Supplemental Instruction Program offers a series of regularly scheduled review/study sessions for students taking historically difficult courses. These sessions are led by students who have already taken the course and done well. Supplemental Instruction sessions are free to students. Students who take advantage of SI usually earn one half to one full letter grade better than students who do not.
STEM discipline majors can join a number of student-led academic clubs. These clubs offer great opportunities to get to know other majors, learn more about your chosen field, and explore career opportunities.
Undergraduate STEM Research Society
Looking for a Career in STEM?
Check out these sites!
- The Occupational Information Network (O*NET) is a free online database, published by the U.S. Department of Labor, that contains hundreds of occupational definitions to help students, job seekers, businesses and workforce development professionals to understand today’s world of work in the United States.
- Indeed enables you to search jobs posted on 1,000’s of websites. Employers also post jobs directly on Indeed. No matter where a job is posted, it will be easy to find when you use Indeed.
- The Emerging Leaders Network (ELN), a division of Georgia Bio (GaBio), is devoted to promoting networking between emerging and established professionals within the Georgia Life Sciences Community. ELN’s programs are designed to facilitate the growth and development of Georgia based biotechnology academic institutions, industries and service providers. A goal of ELN is to retain and cultivate locally educated talent, as well as to welcome and integrate new members to the Georgia Biotechnology Community. In pursuit of these goals, ELN provides opportunities for developing industry contacts, mentoring, and career enhancement through a variety of programs.The Emerging Leaders Network (ELN) offers young professionals and graduate students who are interested in life sciences the opportunity to:
- Connect with each other, as well as with established professionals
- Engage in learning opportunities that provide exposure to both leading scientists and business experts
- Emerge into the leaders of tomorrow
Joining ELN is easy, and it doesn’t cost a thing. Email eln@gabio with your first and last name, affiliation and email address.
- The National Research Mentoring Network (NRMN) is a nationwide consortium of biomedical professionals and institutions collaborating to provide all trainees with evidence-based mentorship and professional development programming that emphasizes the benefits and challenges of diversity, inclusivity and culture within mentoring relationships, and more broadly the research workforce. The goal of the National Research Mentoring Network is to enhance the diversity of the NIH-funded research workforce. NRMN links highly knowledgeable and skilled mentors from various disciplines with talented, motivated and diverse mentees from the undergraduate to early career faculty level. NRMN will employ and disseminate innovative best practices for mentorship training, unique opportunities for networking and professional development intended to facilitate the attainment of hallmarks of successful research career progression for mentees at each career stage.Who can get involved?
- Undergraduate Students
- Graduate Students
- Non-Faculty Researchers
- Program Directors
- Disciplinary, Professional & Institutional Leaders