See the Scoop Online to find your date to register! The Scoop usually publishes by October and March each year.
The EXCEL Center offers advising workshops for students below 30 credit earned in certain majors. These workshops inform you about options within your major, introduce you to faculty, and help you select courses for the next term. This is a great way to pick the perfect courses for you and get your hold removed! Click the link for your major below to learn more.
- Biology - Wed., March 6
- Pre-Nursing - Thurs., March 7
- Mass Communications - Tues., March 12
- Pre-Psychology - Wed., March 13
- Criminology - Thurs., March 14
Who is My Advisor?
IF YOU HAVE NOT DECLARED A MAJOR; or if you are a Sociology major with fewer than 39 credits or Criminology or Mass Communications major with fewer than 45 hours; or if you are a Pre-Nursing, Pre-Psychology, or Allied Health major then call the EXCEL Center at 678.839.6280 to make your advisement appointment.
IF YOU HAVE DECLARED A MAJOR..
College of Arts & Humanities: See a faculty member in your major department.
College of Social Sciences: Criminology, mass communications, and sociology majors with <45 credits, schedule your advising appointment with the EXCEL Center. All pre-psychology majors schedule your appointment with the EXCEL Center. All others, see a faculty member in your major department.
College of Science & Mathematics: Freshmen biology majors schedule your appointment with the EXCEL Center. All others, see a faculty member in your major department.
Richards College of Business: Make your appointment online through the RCOB website.
College of Education: Make your appointment online through the Education website.
Honors College: Email the Honors College: email@example.com to make an appointment.
School of Nursing: Check the Pre-Nursing CourseDen community to see who your advisor is or contact the EXCEL Center.
Academic advising is a critical component of the educational experience. In line with the philosophy of the National Academic Advising Association (NACADA), the academic advisement program empowers students to take charge of their educational careers through a collaborative relationship between advisor and student. Toward this end, students learn to develop and implement sound educational plans that are consistent with their personal values and career goals.