Advising is required for each student each semester.
Lower-division advising: Lower-division advising involves choosing courses to complete the UGA core, as well as selecting the appropriate sequence of introductory classes for a student’s major. Lower-division advising is centralized in Franklin College’s Office of Academic Advising in 301 Brooks Hall.
- Students use SAGE to schedule appointments.
- Please review our policies for missing, arriving late, or rescheduling advising appointments.
- Franklin students in the Honors Program should visit Honors Program Advising for more information.
Departmental advising: As students progress into their major course work, they are advised in their academic department. Students should find their major in the table below for information on departmental advising.
- The point at which departments begin advising varies by major.
- Students with more than one major should be advised in each department.
Changing your major: If you have recently changed your major but have not been assigned a new advisor, please contact Pamela Ollie-Waller at 706-542-1522 or email@example.com
Additional Advising Resources
Graduation Advising: The Graduation Certification Office informs and advises students regarding progress towards graduation. Graduation advisors work with students and relevant departments to maintain the accuracy of academic records and certify students for graduation in the appropriate term. Students may make appointments by calling 706-542-1522.
Walk-in advising is available for general questions: current walk-in advising schedule.
Franklin College Major
Departmental Advising Information
|African American Studies||60+ hours firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com|
|Arabic||60+ hours firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com|
|Art||Art Advising Information|
|Art Education||Art Advising Information|
|Art History||Art Advising Information|
|Asian Language and Literature||60+ hours|
|Atmospheric Sciences||All students advised in the department.|
|Biochemistry and Molecular Biology||60+ hours|
|Cellular Biology||First year students advised in 301 Brooks Hall. All others advised in department.|
|Chemistry||All students advised in the department.|
|Chinese Language and Literature||60+ hours|
|Classical Culture||45+ hours|
|Classical Languages||45+ hours|
|Cognitive Science||60+ hours|
|Communication Studies||60+ hours|
|Comparative Literature||60+ hours|
|Computer Science||Students advised in lower division until completion of CSCI 1302, 2610 and 1730 AND have earned 60+ hours.|
|Criminal Justice||At 30 hours, the student may apply to the program. Upon acceptance, the student is advised in the department. firstname.lastname@example.org 221 Baldwin Hall|
|Dance||60+ hours and permission of department email@example.com|
|Film Studies||60+ hours|
|Geology||45+ hours Geology advising information|
|Germanic and Slavic Languages||60+ hours|
|History||All students advised in the department.|
|Interdisciplinary Studies||Application process firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Japanese Language and Literature||60+ hours|
|Latin American and Caribbean Studies||60+ hours|
|Mathematics||All students advised in the department.|
|Music, Music Education, Music Composition, Music Performance, Music Therapy, Music Theory||All students advised in the department.|
|Physics||First year students advised in 301 Brooks Hall. All others advised in department.|
|Physics and Astronomy||First year students advised in 301 Brooks Hall. All others advised in department.|
|Plant Biology||First year students advised in 301 Brooks Hall. All others advised in department.|
|Romance Languages||60+ hours|
|Statistics||All students advised in 301 Brooks Hall|
|Studio Art||Art Advising Information|
|Women's Studies||60+ hours|
updated 1.02.2018 email@example.com