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1000 University Center Lane Lawrenceville, GA 30043
Phone: (678) 407-5000
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Georgia Gwinnett College
  • Located in Lawrenceville, GA
  • Public
  • 5,380 students enrolled
  • - admitted
  • $3,844 annual cost to attend


Student Responses to Review Topic: Tips for Prospective Students
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  • Tee from Duluth, GA
  • I am a current student here

    Be prompt in turning your paper work in, and you'll receive a response just as quick. It's a very easy school to get into.

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  • Molly from Lawrenceville, GA
  • I am a current student here

    Dorm life is expensive but completely worth the money. If you are living on campus make friends with your RA because they can become one of your best friends for life. Also crockpots are allowed on campus so bring one if you enjoy home cooked meals. There is also a wellness suite downstairs near the POD. The gym is a twenty minute walk so take advantage of the wellness suite (though if you think about the walk as extra exercise it won't be too bad). Make sure you have all of your roommates numbers because there will be days that you will get locked out and it costs five dollars to have a security guard open the door for you. Also speaking of lockouts, your room key (it's a legit key) is 180$ so do not lose that. The dining hall sells togo boxes for five dollars. These are reusable in the sense that you can either wash it or bring it back to the dining hall and trade it in. I highly recommend buying one. If you are a commuter you will get 20 mean swipes for the dining hall, if you live on campus you can swipe up to three times a day. There are food court restaurants on campus and you can use these meal swipes to pay for up to five dollars and seventy-five cents of your meal. If your meal goes over this use your munch money. By using meal swipes and much money you'll save money and end up with more free meals. There are many clubs on campus, I myself am in sociology and music club and plan to be in the game design club this year. There are so many other clubs around campus that will interest you so at least give them a shot. These clubs also plan a lot of events, especially Greenlight. Go to these events not only because they're fun, but because they're culturally inclusive! I went to an Arabian night earlier in the semester that had the most amazing food, henna tattoos, and Bollywood dancing along with learning about Arabian culture from Arabian students around campus. OLAS puts on The Masquerade every year which is the biggest event of the year on campus and full of Hispanic culture. Go to these events you will love them! Trust rate my professor as well. It is usually very accurate and will help you find amazing professors you will love. There is also a counselling center that will help you with anything from stress of finals to issues you've had since childhood. These services are part of your tuition so take advantage of it. Always have emergency Cave Cash for emergency printing or laundry.

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  • keshia from decatur, ga
  • I am a current student here

    a major tip for students who might be thinking of attending ggc in the near future is to get involved!! you want to get involved as soon as possible or as soon as you figure out your class schedule becuase you want to be able to balance well. on the ggc website there is a link that says "get involved @ ggc" and this link connects you to all of the clubs on campus, the activities that are taking place in the future, and they show you events that will take place on campus. this like will help you survive the ggc college life. though academics are extremely important, you also want to make sure that you are having fun as well. this gives you the opportunity to make the grades but also have fun while you're doing so. afterall this is college and college is supposed to be the best years of your life so make it that with the help of this link.

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  • Jessica from Lawrenceville, GA
  • I am a current student here

    Do not slack off. just because others like myself have said this is a diverse school and you get what you pay for, don't slack off. Do what is assigned of you from your professor and do it very well.

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  • Grace from Suwanee, GA
  • I am a current student here

    Take courses that are required for your major and be careful who you choose for your professor. If you're undecided, then it is a good time to think about what you want to do by taking clubs and organizations. Hopefully, it will help you find your calling in life.

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