The Exploratory Center advises all students with unspecified majors, as well as students with intended-business and intended-journalism majors. If you have an unspecified major, are having trouble selecting a major, or feel you are in the wrong major, our advisors are ready to work with you one-on-one to guide you toward the major and career path that are right for you.
Has a teacher enriched your life or lit a spark that made you excited to go to class? Is there a teaching assistant who changed the way you think about a discipline and inspired you to learn more? Is there a professor who made an extra effort to help you learn or whose passion for a subject has become your own? Let that teacher—and the University community—know about it.
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The University of Georgia has taken a significant step toward ensuring that all of its students engage in the kinds of hands-on experiences that enhance learning and position them for success after graduation.
The Academic Resource Center within the Division of Academic Enhancement (DAE) has several great tutoring and test review programs and workshops that can help students get through their stress and help manage their studies.
As we approach finals week, take advantage of these study tips and remember the promise you made to yourself and UGA.
Improving Student Learning
The Office of Instruction is charged with improving student learning. From providing student academic services to empowering teachers, the Office of Instruction is responsible for a wide range of initiatives that further advance the University of Georgia into the national spotlight as one of the top performing universities in the nation.
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