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AMAC Accessibility Partners

The logo for the Enterprise Innovation Institute.

Enterprise Innovation Institute (EI2)


The Enterprise Innovations Institute is the primary business outreach organization at the Georgia Institute of Technology, and provides a comprehensive program of assistance to business, industry, entrepreneurs, and economic developers. The goal of EI2 is to help enterprises of all kinds apply science, technology, and innovation to improve products, services, and economic development plans.

The logo for the University System of Georgia.

University System of Georgia


The University System of Georgia is composed of 35 higher education institutions that include 4 research universities, 2 regional universities, 13 state colleges and universities, 8 state colleges, 8 two-year colleges and well as the Skidway Institute of Oceanography. The Georgia Public Library System, encompassing 385 facilities in 61 library systems throughout Georgia, is also part of the University System.

RCLD

Regents' Center for Learning Disorders


The Regents' Center for Learning Disorders (RCLD) is comprised of three centers across the state of Georgia established by the Board of Regents to provide specialized assessments for students with suspected learning disorders and serves as a resource identifying appropriate academic accommodations. The RCLD are located at Georgia Southern University RCLD, Georgia State University RCLD, and the University of Georgia RCLD.