As a unit within the College of Family and Consumer Sciences, the Student Success and Advising Center exists to optimize every student’s opportunity for success through a personalized approach.
As the University of Georgia continues to take precautions to ensure the health of our students, faculty and staff, the College of Family and Consumer Sciences Student Success and Advising Center (SSAC) is closed and will conduct new student orientation and prospective student recruitment events online. We are unable to meet with students for any in-person appointments, but SSAC staff continue to work remotely.
PLEASE NOTE: If you are a returning student and need to reach your academic advisor, please use your UGA email account to send an email directly to your academic advisor. If you are a new or prospetive student, email the SSAC at email@example.com.
For current information on UGA's response to COVID-19, check your UGA email or visit uga.edu/coronavirus.
You must meet with an academic advisor every semester before registering for classes.
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