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Academic Advising

Academic Advising Operations Update

During spring semester 2021, professional academic advisors in Campus Advising Centers will be available for appointments and walk-ins both virtually and in-person. In-person availability will show when you access your advisor’s calendar through, and you may also receive an email from your advisor detailing his/her schedule. Faculty advisors will continue to offer advising either remotely and/or in-person based on their specific schedules.     

Academic advisors at UNG assist students in constructing meaningful educational plans based on their interests and abilities and consistent with each student’s academic, professional, and personal goals.

Awards and Recognition

  • USG Chancellor’s Service Excellence Gold Award Receipt for Outstanding Process Improvement Award: Increase Service to Students for the Academic Advising Team with the project “Maximize Your Major and Advising Tools”
  • UNG Campus Advising Centers are the 2016 Complete College Georgia Champion
  • UNG Campus Advising Centers are past recipients of the Chancellor's Customer Service Team Award!


Advising Services

UNG academic advising facilitates educational planning and supports academic progress by providing information about the following:

  • Academic Policies
  • The Core Curriculum
  • Programs of Study
  • Campus Resources
  • Transfer Options

Nigel Cares

Free 24/7/365 mental health support resource for UNG students

Call  833-910-3368

You can also visit for information to help you improve and maintain your wellness, be it of your mind, body, health, academics or money.

More information on Nigel Cares.

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