The Office of Technology and Instructional Services (OTIS) offers instructional technology support. View Instructional Resources to see what services are offered or to submit a helpdesk ticket.
- Academic Calendar
- Academic Honesty
- Center of Teaching and Learning
- Campus Carry information
- Class Attendance
- Classes Not Meeting
- Course Drops and Withdrawals
- Course Evaluations - Your department Office Manager in FACS sends out the links for the course evaluations each semester. All faculty (part-time, full-time, graduate students) must give students in their classes an opportunity to complete an end-of-term course evaluations.
- Crisis/Emergency Contacts
- Daily class schedule
- Diversity Plan
- eLc: eLearningCommons
- Field Trip Requirements
- Final examination and other policies
- Google Workspace
- Mental Health Initiative
- Program worksheets
- Syllabus statements
- Syllabus system
- Student’s right of appeal
If you would like to see how your course fits into the requirements or major electives for your department’s major, this address will take you to the UGA Bulletin – just type in the major you are looking for and it will take you to the major requirements page. We have 4 departments in FACS: Financial Planning, Housing and Consumer Economics (FHCE), Nutritional Sciences (NUTR), Human Development and Family Science (HDFS), and Textiles, Merchandising and Interiors (TMI). We have 11 undergraduate majors in FACS: Consumer Economics, Social Entrepreneurship, Culinary Science and Nutrition, Dietetics, FACS Education, Fashion Merchandising, Financial Planning, Furnishings and Interiors, Housing, Management and Policy, Human Development and Family Science, and Nutritional Sciences. The college also houses the Institute for Human Development and Disability which offers undergraduate and graduate certificates.
About every other week we get a Dean’s update. This includes deadlines for funding, awards, news from the college, and other helpful reminders/information.
UGA Elements is a web-based system that helps you keep track of your achievements, some items are pre-loaded for you while others must be entered (publications for example). The system enables the university to collect, search, and report on the research, scholarship, creative works, and professional activities of faculty, postdocs, and graduate/professional students. The system helps users find research collaborators, helps administrators track their unit members’ achievements, and can generate activity and summary reports for many users. All UGA faculty members are expected to maintain up-to-date profiles as part of the annual performance evaluation process.
Send your question to this email and it will be routed to the person who can help with your inquiry.
This includes: Building Emergency Action Plan, Crisis Communication Plan, Graduate faculty status policies and procedures, new employee information, funding for travel and innovative teaching, annual reviews, and much more.