Student Resources

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The following resources are meant to help you succeed. Some may be assigned to your particular class. All of the resources below are also on the navigation box to the right, “Resources and Guides for Students,” and this box appears on every page for your convenience.

Policies

Applicable policies will also appear on course syllabi, but here they are again. For more information, see the Policies page.

How To

Presented in alphabetical order, some of these guides may be assigned reading in your class. A ⭐️ indicates that the article is a must-read.

MGA Library Resources
Have a question about research or using the library? Contact Samantha Wilcox (Macon Library), schedule an appointment, or consult these how-to videos.

Wikipedia

Advice

Get Help

Writing Center

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The Writing Center can help you with any writing project. We can provide:

  • Thoughtful feedback on your writing,
  • Suggestions for improvement,
  • Help getting started or organizing your argument,
  • Editing strategies, and
  • Assistance with citations (MLA, APA, Chicago, etc.).


We work with any student for any subject at any level—from freshman through graduate student. To make a face-to-face or virtual appointment, check out The Writing Center.

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