The ADHD/ADD screening program provides screening services exclusively for University of West Georgia registered students who suspect that their academic achievement is being negatively impacted through the symptoms of attention deficit.
The screening program is housed in the Comprehensive Community Clinic in the College of Education’s Education Center.
UWG students are referred for the screening services by the UWG Counseling and Career Development Center and/or the UWG Health Services Center. ADHD/ADD screening services require a nominal fee from the student which must be paid to the CCDC. Once the initial referral is made, and the screening fee is paid, the student contacts the Comprehensive Community Clinic which will provide the student with an electronic packet of required documentation which must be completed prior to receiving a confirmed screening appointment.
Once the student’s completed information packet is completed and returned to the Comprehensive community Clinic, a screening appointment will the confirmed and notified to the student. The appointment takes about 1 hour to complete.