The College of Education Student Services Office works collaboratively with the programs within the College and with student affairs offices across the University to provide students with dependable, accurate, respectful, honest, friendly, and professional service. We recognize the responsibility of students to take ownership for their learning and programs of study, to actively participate in diverse socio-cultural contexts and to reflect upon their experiences in university life. We serve as a resource to students during their academic experiences at the University.
Spring Advising Appointments
To help ensure students with early registration dates get advised first, students are granted access to AdvisorTrac based on special status or overall hours earned throughout the first month of the semester.
Access will be granted using the following timeline:
|DATE||STUDENTS RECEIVING ACCESS|
|January 6||Seniors (90 or more overall hours earned)
Students registered with the Disability Resource Center
|January 14||Juniors (60-89 overall hours earned)|
|January 21||Sophomores (30-59 overall hours earned)|
|January 27||Freshmen (0-29 overall hours earned)|
Once students receive access during their assigned week, they will have access the remainder of the semester. However, please make every effort to schedule your appointment during your assigned week. Students with early registration dates who fail to do so are not guaranteed an appointment before their registration date.
Information about AdvisorTrac is online.
Be Upfront with Us Survey
Please take a few minutes to fill out this brief survey about your front desk experience with the COE Office of Student Services: Be Upfront with Us Survey.
Thank you in advance for your feedback.
COE Career Consultant
The College of Education has a new Career Consultant, Whitney Prescott. Ms. Prescott’s main office is in the Career Center, which is located in Clark Howell Hall. To schedule an appointment, please call 706-542-3375.
Satellite Hours: Tuesdays, 3:00-5:00 p.m., 124L Aderhold Hall
Whitney Prescott, MBA
If you have a question to the COE Student Services staff, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
LEGAL NOTICE: Effective July 1, 2012, Georgia House Bill 1176, Part V, Mandatory Reporting of Child Abuse, Section 5-1, requires volunteers who work with children, including educational services, to report suspected child abuse. The state code reads in part as follows: “If a person is required to report child abuse pursuant to this subsection because that person attends to a child pursuant to such person’s duties as a member of the staff of an employee of or volunteer at a hospital, school, social agency, or similar facility, that person shall notify the person in charge of the facility, or the designated delegate thereof, and the person so notified shall report or cause a report to be made in accordance with this 1214 Code section.”
Students are reminded that suspected abuse or any other illegal activity should be reported immediately to the proper school or volunteer organization authority, their UGA instructor, and the UGA field placement coordinator (email@example.com).
Office Hours: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Monday through Friday