For more than 110 years, non-profit Golden Gate University (GGU) has been helping adults achieve their professional goals by providing undergraduate and graduate education in Accounting, Law, Taxation, Business and related areas.GGU is California's fourth oldest private university, enrolling 5,000 students and representing more than 68,000 alumni. The university's main campus is located in San Francisco with additional teaching sites in Seattle, Silicon Valley and Los Angeles. In addition to evening and weekend classes, most courses and degrees are offered entirely online.
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TUTORING & ADVISING
One thing that sets Golden Gate University apart from our contemporaries is our commitment to helping each student on an individual basis. That's exactly why we offer a variety of learning support services both on site as well as online. Most of our tutors have a master's degree in their field, and many of them are instructors here at GGU, so they understand what it takes for students to succeed in their classwork and in their careers.
Three weeks into your first semester, you'll be paired with a student services advisor who will work with you to develop a plan of study. Your advisor will act as a liaison between your and your instructors, career counselors, and financial planners. Your advisor will help you select appropriate courses, answer questions about career planning, and provide specific academic advising.
Student Life at Golden Gate University is defined by three features: information, involvement, and networking. Whether a full time or part time student, online or on campus, every student is encouraged to stay connected and stay informed about GGU. We offer a number of different resources that our students can take advantage of to keep up with all the news and changes taking place with GGU.
BRINGING STUDENTS TOGETHER
Clubs & Government
There are a variety of networks in place for students to stay connected. Student Government involves students in university policies, goals and objectives. Student organizations allow students the chance to learn valuable skills and network with their peers here at the University. The student newsletter connects current students with faculty, alumni, and each other, allowing each a chance to keep up with classes, job openings, and any news from the administration.WAYS INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS CAN BECOME INVOLVED Student Newsletter