Help when you need it.
College is a life-changing, mindset-challenging, horizon-expanding experience — especially at a place like Oglethorpe. We’re here to support you in all aspects of that journey, with a number of on-campus resources to help you make the most of your time.
Atlanta Laboratory for Learning (A_LAB)
The A_LAB is special; you won’t find a resource like this anywhere else. Put simply, it’s a bridge between the Oglethorpe community and Atlanta opportunities. Here, our experts in Global Education, Professional Development, Civic Engagement, and Undergraduate Research will help you line up your next life-changing experience… whether that’s an internship, a service project, a trip abroad or a way to publish your research!
All books and course materials are sold online and shipped to students via the Oglethorpe Online Bookstore.
You’ll find a lot more than books in our campus store! Grab a snack, school supplies, gift cards, Oglethorpe spirit wear and more!
Center for Student Success
Your one-stop-shop for academic support. You’ll find free tutoring and writing help, group study rooms, one-on-one academic advising, and disability services.
Sometimes life can be tough; we get that. The Counseling Center has skilled professionals on campus to support our students through life’s challenges. Our counselors are experienced with issues like stress, anxiety, depression and eating disorders. And if you just want to talk, they can do that, too.
The Hub: Enrollment Services
For taking care of business, there’s no place like the Hub. Visit the Hub in Lupton Hall for help with financial aid, billing, registration and academic records.
Sexual Misconduct and Title IX
Oglethorpe is deeply committed to ensuring the safety and well-being of its students and provides a number of resources to help protect our community from acts of sexual violence and misconduct.
Student Concerns & Needs
Campus Life staff are located in the student commons of the TLCC. They are available to address student concerns, needs and assist in policy matters and conduct issues.