Concern or Suggestions?
If you, as a member of the advising community, have a concern or suggestion you would like to submit to the Office of Academic Advising, please feel free to submit it via our Suggestions Box.
Monthly SAGE Updates
Each month, the Office of Academic Advising Services sends a "What's New in SAGE?" update. This update outlines new features in SAGE as well as projects the office is working on to improve the SAGE user experience. Below, you will find a PDF version of the monthly update email that was sent out via the SAGE listserv. To subscribe to the SAGE Users Listserv, please follow these directions.
Academic Advising Syllabus
In an effort to create a more streamlined academic advising experience, a subcommittee of the AACC has created an Academic Advising Syllabus. To use this resource, please click the link for each semster to open it and then choose to download it into Adobe to be able to customize the syllabus to your specific school or college.
OSFA Graduate Coursework and Second Degree Forms: Advisor FAQ
In an effort to answer advisors' questions surrounding graduate coursework as well as second degree forms and how they relate to student financial aid, the Office of Student Financial Aid and the Office of Academic Advising have worked collaboratively on an FAQ guide regarding these two items. If you have more specific questions, please feel free to contact the Office of Academic Advising or Nancy Ferguson in OFSA.
Math Placement Exam FAQ
The following FAQ document was created in collaboration with colleagues in the Math deparmtment at the request of advisors to answer frequently asked questions regarding the Math Placement Exam.
How to Write a Personal Statement
The following materials are avaliable to all UGA academic advisors. These resources provide information and guidance on how to write a Personal Statement. The Personal Statement PowerPoint and printable materials are housed on the Pre-Health Advising site.
Academic Advisor Toolkit
The following materials are available to all UGA academic advisors, which include suggested scripts, responses and interventions for use by advisors, several handouts to share with students, additional resources and practice scenarios.
1. Communications 101- Designed for advisors who wish to help students improve their communication skills in writing, by phone, and/or in person.
2. Families and Supporters 101- Designed for advisors who wish to hone their skills regarding interactions with family members and supporters in writing, by phone, in person and by coaching students.
Download resources at the button below.