Commuter students may order parking permits online and pick them up from Parking and Transportation in Carrollton or Parking Permits are also available for pickup at UWG Newnan when you fill out an onsite form.
Student Information Technology Services provides free computer service for current UWG students. This includes repair, hardware and software installation, and technical support.
Contact the Newnan SITS Office at (678) 839-2321
Report an IT issue or Special Technology Request by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Students at the Newnan Center have access to all the same materials as on-campus Carrollton students. Use the library homepage to find hundreds of thousands of electronic books, articles, films, and other resources. They can also request physical items be scanned or mailed to them at no charge. Research guides and subject librarians are ready to help with all your needs. Students at Newnan can take LIBR2100 (Information Literacy & Research) as an online class most semesters. This is the same class and still counts towards Core Area B2. Review all of the library services available westga.edu/library
The key to becoming a successful college student isn't necessarily studying harder, it's learning how to study smarter.
UWG Newnan assists with locating tutors for students or works with the Center for Academic Success to access tutors. An English instructor operates a Newnan Writing Center which offers assistance to students. Also, students may take advantage of Smarthinking, an online tutoring/writing assistance service.
UWG Newnan students are encouraged to participate in the many student activities available on the main campus. Check out University of West Georgia Events Calendar.
Books for courses taken at the University of West Georgia-Newnan are available through the University Bookstore. Ordering can be completed online with several shipping options.
You can log into GradesFirst by going through myUWG. Click the External Resources tab in myUWG, the click the GradesFirst link. You can click the Get Advising button on your GradesFirst homescreen, then follow the directions in the GradesFirst tutorial (pdf).
The Office of Education Abroad serves as a resource for students interested in exploring how study abroad can fit into their degree programs and for faculty looking to increase their international engagement through international program and partnership development.