Bauder College's student services include many areas such as campus security, guidance services, tutoring, and several others.
Bauder College’s Library’s webpage offers a wide range of resources including homework and research assistance, links to key research pages for each program of study, and links to the Library’s card catalog and databases. You can also e-mail a Librarian. Most questions are answered within 24 hours so you can keep your studies on track.
The Bauder College Writing Center offers one-to-one tutoring for all types of writing assignments. Visit the Writing Center to learn more about tutoring and other writing topics, such as APA style, grammar usage, and writing for your major. In addition, you can view a calendar of the Center's upcoming workshops and access contact information.
Visit the Academic Calendar section of the online catalog to view Bauder College's current Academic Calendar. Click here to access the online course catalog.
Please click on the links below to view the Bauder College Catalog. You will need Adobe Reader to view the files.
Bauder College Catalog
Student Resource Directory
Program chairs, program coordinators and full-time faculty assist students with most aspects of their academic experience, including the following:
- Assistance with goal setting, career development, and personal growth
- Monitoring of academic progress and sequence
- Explanation and clarification of academic policies, procedures, and practices
- Assistance with academic issues including referrals for tutoring
- Assistance with personal concerns as needed to support academic goals
- Assistance with campus resource identification and utilization
- Scheduling assistance and/or other academic processes as needed to support completion of degree/certificate
Students can access additional information on academic advising in their Student Handbook available via quad2.kaplan.edu.
Bauder College in Georgia provides equal opportunities for qualified students with disabilities as provided for in the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. Students with disabilities who would like to request accommodations should contact Carolyn Jenkins, Disability Coordinator in the Student Services Office at 404.443.1728 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bauder has no dormitory facilities. Although it is the student's responsibility to find living accommodations, the College will help locate lodging for any student needing assistance. The College assumes no responsibility for housing, but does attempt to assist students by helping them become aware of available options in the surrounding area. Students are responsible for notifying the Registrar's Office of their correct mailing address.
Current or former students may request one free copy of their official transcript by submitting a written request to the College with the name and address where the transcript will be mailed. A fee will be charged for additional copies and must be paid in advance before they are processed. Transcripts sent directly to the student will be marked to indicate they are unofficial copies. Official transcripts will not be released for students who have a past due account with Bauder College.
Click here to download the transcript request form.
Students who wish to continue their education at other schools must not assume that credits earned at Bauder College will be accepted by the receiving institution. It is the responsibility of students who plan to transfer to other schools to acquaint themselves with the requirements of the selected school. Institutions of higher learning vary in the nature and number of credits that are acceptable, and it is at the discretion of that institution to accept credits earned at Bauder College in Atlanta. This is a standard transfer-of-credit procedure.
Graduate Refresher Courses
Graduates of Bauder College are welcome to return for refresher courses at no cost provided the classes are in the program from which they graduated and space is available in the class. This training is offered at the discretion of the dean. Graduates must pay for any books, fees, and supplies used during the refresher training. No credits will be awarded for refresher courses.