The goal of academic advising at the University of North Georgia is to assist students in constructing meaningful educational plans based on their interests and abilities and consistent with each student’s academic, professional, and personal goals. Prior to registration periods, a four-week advising period will take place. Professional advisors in specific programs of study will advise students in the major and perform additional responsibilities as determined in collaboration with the school Dean. Campus Academic Advising Centers will advise the following populations:
Open Option (undeclared) students
Students who are not in good academic standing and having less than 42 hours
MOWR/ACCEL/Joint Enrollment students
Students requesting financial aid appeals
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