STI testing (sexually transmitted infections testing): Gonorrhea/Chlamydia,
RPR (Syphilis), and Trichomoniasis (Trich). Testing for bacterial vaginosis (BV) is
also available for women.
Woman’s health: breast exams, family planning, pap smears, and pelvic exams
can be scheduled.
Sick office visits for minor illness: fever, cold, cough, flu, sore throat,
stomachache, minor cuts, abrasions, skin infections, etc., also physical exams
for nursing/dental students and study abroad are available by appointment for
a small charge. Smoking cessation visits are available.
To better serve all our students, the Student Health Center has a mobile clinic that goes to
the Alpharetta, Decatur and Newton campuses. The mobile clinic offers most of the same
services that the clinic provides. Please visit our website via GPC home page to view the
schedule. Tomake an appointment youmay call the Student Health Center at 678-891-4105.
The Dean of Student Services Office provides quality, comprehensive programs and
services in the areas of student assistance, student conduct and student life across all five
GPC campuses.
Student Assistance—The Dean of Student Services Office acts as a student’s
“go to” place for information and assistance. From assisting students with
enrollment concerns to connecting students with personal counseling
or academic advisement, the dean’s office is here to ensure students are
successful as they journey through their college experiences.
Student Conduct—The GPC Student Code of Conduct contains policies
and procedures to promote the college’s mission and protect the rights of
students, faculty and staff. When students are alleged to have violated the
Student Code of Conduct, the dean’s office guides students through the
developmental conduct process.
Student Life—Each campus offers numerous ways for students to become
active and involved through the programmatic efforts of the Offices of
Student Life. From SGA to the Jaguar Activities Group, there are many student
organizations on each campus for students to join. In addition, students can
become involved in Health, Wellness and Recreation programs or join The
Collegian, the college student-run newspaper.
Georgia Perimeter College offers its students a full range of testing services on each
campus. Testing Centers are located on the Clarkston, Decatur, Dunwoody, and Newton
campuses as well as the Alpharetta Center. The testing programs are specifically designed
to meet the needs of Georgia Perimeter College’s current and prospective students.
Additional information about the testing programs, testing phone numbers and testing
schedules are available through the GPC Testing website at
Admission testing is required for Joint Enrollment applicants and applicants needing to
present proof of English language proficiency. Joint Enrollment applicants are required to
submit either minimum national SAT scores of 530 Critical Reading and 440 Math with a
total of 970 or national ACT scores of 23 English and 18 Math with a Composite score of 20.
English proficiency may be established by submitting minimum national TOEFL (Test
of English as a Foreign Language), the International English Language Testing System
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