Resources


 Academic Resources

With so many options, how do you choose? Learn more about the many majors, minors and certificates offered at UGA to make the decision that is right for you.
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Student Advising and Guidance Expert (SAGE) is UGA's new advising software that allows students and advisors to schedule advising appointments online and provides advisors with various tools for tracking student success.
SAGE
Register for classes via Athena, UGA's registration system.
Athena
Plan your courses and look at your degree requirements via DegreeWorks, UGA's course planning system.
DegreeWorks
The mission of the Office of Academic Honesty and Student Appeals is to serve the University of Georgia community, promote student learning and foster responsible scholarship.
Academic Honesty

Academic Assistance

The Division of Academic Enhancement offers free tutoring services through the Academic Resource Center (ARC).
Tutoring
To perform well UGA, you must learn to effectively manage your time, motivation, coursework, and personal life. The tips and resources listed below are designed to help you leverage your efforts to succeed academically.
Test Help
The Collaborative Academic and Retention Effort (CARE) is an academic success program offered by the Division of Academic Enhancement designed to help students improve their academic performance. We do this by helping students become self-regulated learners and scholars in their chosen fields and disciplines.
CARE
The Federal TRIO Programs (TRIO) are federal outreach and student services programs designed to identify and provide services for individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds. TRIO includes eight programs targeted to serve and assist low-income individuals, first-generation college students, and individuals with disabilities to progress through the academic pipeline from middle school to post-baccalaureate programs. TRIO also includes a training program for directors and staff of TRIO projects.
TRIO

Health and Well-Being

The Disability Resource Center coordinates and provides a variety of academic and support services to student with disabilities. The types of disabilities commonly found among college students are both hidden and visible, such as chronic illness, anxiety, learning disabilities, and mobility impairments. If you are not sure if you qualify for services, just stop by the office or call the Disability Resource Center to speak with a Coordinator: 114 Clark Howell Hall and our number is 706-542-8719.
DRC Home Page
The ASPIRE Clinic is a unique resource that provides holistic counseling and education services to UGA and the Athens community. We offer an array of services that include individual, couple, and family therapy; financial counseling and education; home environment and design; nutrition counseling and education; and legal problem solving. For an appointment or for more information about the ASPIRE Clinic, please call 706-542-4486 or email us at aspire@uga.edu.
ASPIRE Clinic
Health educators work in partnership with the clinician staff to help students learn about self-care and healthy lifestyles. By making an appointment with one of the health educators, you can talk to them about STIs, contraception, alcohol and other drugs, acquaintance rape issues, eating disorders, body image, nutrition, cholesterol and vegetarian eating. Contact Health Promotion at 706-542-8690.
Health Promotion
CAPS offers short-term individual, group, and couples therapy, psychiatric evaluation and medication monitoring, psychological assessment, and makes referrals to campus and community resources when appropriate. CAPS is dedicated to offering services while having respect for others, a deep appreciation for diversity, and compassion for the people we serve. Contact us at 706-542-2273.
CAPS