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Liberal Studies: Student Resources

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The Exit Exam for Graduating Students

This test is a graduation requirement for Associate Science degree candidates in the College of Health Professions, Bachelor of Science in Rehabilitation Sciences and the College of Liberal Arts Associate Science Business Track and A.A.S. in Criminal Justice. 

How do I register for the test?  

See your academic adviser for instructions for taking the Exit Exam.

Advisement & Registration

Located in suite 109 of Solms Hall, the Office of Liberal Studies provides academic advisement in two degree programs: Associate of Arts (AA) and Bachelor of Liberal Studies (BLS). A coordinator, Mrs. Peggy Clifton, and one student assistant staff the office.

The primary mission of the faculty and staff in the Office of Liberal Studies is to help you design and implement an individualized plan of study that not only meets all degree requirements but also helps you to satisfy your educational and professional goals.

Advisement sessions can be scheduled in the evening during conventional weekday hours. To schedule an appointment, please call Peggy Clifton at 912.344.2613, or send an email to Peggy.Clifton@armstrong.edu. If you are an AA or a BLS student enrolled at the Liberty Center, you may schedule appointments in Hinesville by calling 912.877.1906.

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