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The Jaguar Jumpstart Program (JJSP) is a unique enrollment opportunity to help you reach your potential in college and beyond

Start off your college experience being a part of a small learning community focused on fostering student success. Through the JJSP you will gain exclusive coaching to master study skills, information literacy, as well as access to tutoring, workshops, community service projects, and socials which are aimed to support your transition to college life.

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What to Expect

Transition from high school to college by building a strong academic foundation. During the five-week summer program you will:

  • Take 6 hours of College Credit–getting ahead in your program
  • Attend workshops to assist in your transition to college
  • Discover campus resources available to you
  • Receive personalized academic coaching
  • Participate in community and service-learning field trips

Contact Us

Jaguar Jumpstart Program

Summerville Campus

University Hall

Suite 331




It’s your education, your future, your choice.

Benefits of participating in Jaguar Jumpstart

Ready to Jumpstart your Learning?

First-year students who are interested in participating in JJSP should:

An invitation to Augusta University Orientation, information about Housing, Financial Aid facts, and fee payment information will be mailed to you as confirmation of your reservation in the Jaguar Jumpstart Program.

JJSP Program Information

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