Advising Offices

School and College Advising Offices

Because of the breadth of academic programs available at the University of Georgia and the unique requirements of many programs, academic advising is decentralized to the individual schools and colleges.

College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences

College of Education

College of Engineering

College of Environment and Design

College of Family and Consumer Sciences

College of Public Health

Franklin College of Arts and Sciences

Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication

Honors Program

Odum School of Ecology

School of Social Work

School of Public and International Affairs

Terry College of Business

Warnell School of Foresty & Natural Resources



Ask Advising

For questions about advising for which answers are not available on your respective school or college websites through the links above, send an email to


DegreeWorks is a web-based tool that helps students and advisors monitor progress toward degree completion by formatting the degree requirements and completed coursework into an easy-to-read worksheet that shows how courses completed count toward degree requirements. Self-help tutorials and FAQs are available.


Registration and adjusting schedules, including dropping and adding classes, are among several options available to students in Athena, the new student information system. For Athena instructions and tutorials, go to the EITS help page.