Before Classes Begin
After acceptance, transfer and adult students need to go through the advisement & course selection process to identify appropriate courses and plan a realistic schedule. For first-time students, advisement will occur during one of several transfer student orientation programs called Navigate Armstrong, which are designed specifically for transfer and nontraditional students.
Transfer "Intake" Advisors
Grace Fleming, email@example.com
Eileen Snyder, Eileen.Snyder@armstrong.edu
Core Requirements and Learning Outcomes for each USG Intstitutution
Students who are older or who have been out of school for several years may also want to ask about learning support courses, tutorial programs, study skills information, and the Academic Renewal option. For more information, please contact The Office of Academic Advising and Support at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 912-344-2570.
Adults over the age of 25 who enter college for the first time are sometimes called nontraditional students. Nontraditional students have unique challenges and needs, and they often feel a little intimidated by the thought of college enrollment. However, it doesn't take long for nontraditional students to realize that they fit right in. Nontraditional freshmen are often some of the most successful students at Armstrong. And they find that school is much more enjoyable the second time around!