Academic Advisement Centers on the Gainesville, Oconee, and Dahlonega Campuses serve as resources for Open Option (undeclared) students, students who are not in good academic standing, and joint enrollment students. The centers provide information, resources, and support needed by students to develop and reach their academic goals. Professional advisors can assist students in understanding academic policies, choosing majors, planning course schedules, and obtaining information regarding transfer requirements.
In addition to one-on-one advising, professional advisors in the Academic Advising Centers present information at new student orientations, train faculty advisors, present workshops, and collaborate with campus support services. For more information about Advising Center programs and services visit the Academic Advising webpage.
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