The Universities at Shady Grove’s (USG) operations are currently modified to protect the health and safety of students, faculty and staff, given the continued challenges with COVID-19. At this time, most services and courses are being provided remotely or online. Access to campus buildings is restricted to essential personnel and those who require the use of specialized laboratories for courses on campus. Please visit the USG Onward web page for additional details.
 
USG's Student and Academic (SAS) Centers are providing students with support services through various remote/online delivery formats. Please click on a service center below for information about how to receive these services remotely. SAS has also compiled a comprehensive list of community resources to help students.

The Universities at Shady Grove’s (USG) Student and Academic Services (SAS) consists of four centers that work together to support undergraduate and graduate students from all of USG’s nine partner universities. These centers provide students with the tools and services they need to succeed during their time at USG.

Career & Internship Services Center (CISC)

CISC provides a wide variety of services to support career readiness, including career coaching and experiential learning opportunities.

Center for Counseling and Consultation (CCC)

CCC employs licensed therapists who provide free and confidential services to enhance the well-being of students, faculty and staff.

Center for Academic Success (CAS)

CAS offers academic coaching, writing consultations, peer-led programs, disability support, and workshops to help students achieve their academic goals.

Center for Student Engagement and Financial Resources (CSEF)

CSEF offers services and programs that promote student success including: student life and organizations, scholarship and financial aid support, USG IDs, and leadership development. CSEF now also houses Recruitment & Transfer Access which provides services and guidance to prospective students considering programs at USG, including those taking part in Transfer Access Programs (TAP).