Instruction Resources faculty might find helpful
- Syllabus Checklist (PDF)
- Syllabus Upload
- Academic Honesty — include honesty language on your syllabus
- Active learning resources — how to incorporate active learning in your classroom
- Center for Teaching and Learning — faculty development, classroom and learning space support, technology resources including recording studios
- Chat GPT Guidance for Instructors (PDF)
- Disability Resource Center
- Domestic Field Study – class trips off campus, inside the U.S.
- eLearning Commons (eLC) – online learning management system
- Experiential Learning
- First Year Odyssey Seminar Program – 1-hour graded seminars, for 15-17 first-year students. Taught by tenured and tenured track faculty on a topic of their choosing
- Key Calendars
- Office of Faculty Affairs – supports faculty hiring, promotion and professional development
- Student Enrichment Fund – for out-of-the classroom activities
Fellowships and academies
- Senior Teaching Fellows
- Lilly Teaching Fellows
- Special Collections Library Fellows
- Teaching Academy Early Career Fellows Program
Resources for helping students
- Student Care and Outreach — for concerns about a student
- Bulldog Basics – personal care and toiletry items
- Counseling Referral Services
- Embark@UGA – a campus-based effort providing direct support to students who have experienced homelessness and/or foster care.
- Headspace App — mindfulness & meditation
- SGA Professional Clothing closet — clothes for interviews and internships
- UGA Mentor Program — to connect students with professionals
- Financial Hardship Resources
- Student Emergency Fund — Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs
- Completion Grants —for students to finish their last semester of school
- Graduate Student Emergency Fund
- UGA Food Pantry — non-perishable food items and other supplies at no cost to any UGA student. Main location in the Tate Student Center with other fridges around campus
- Let All the Big Dawgs Eat Food scholarship — meal plan scholarship
- The Fresh Express Fresh Produce Food Pantry
- Academic coaching
- Connect & Complete, a framework to help students in academic difficulty
- Double Dawgs, program where students can earn both a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in five years or less
- Experiential Learning Scholarships, scholarships to support students' experiential learning activities. Awards are in amounts of up to $2,500.
- Exploratory Center , advises all students with unspecified majors, as well as students with intended-business and intended-journalism majors.
- First Generation Student Support
- First Year Odyssey Seminar Program, classes with 15-18 students, taught by tenure-track faculty , for all first-year students.
- Free tutoring
- Presentation help
- Rural student resources
- Student Success Workshops, provide a comfortable environment where students can feel free to ask questions and engage with faculty, academic coaches, mentors, and peers.