Undergraduate Student Advising
UPDATE: Currently the College of Education & Human Development Office of Academic Assistance is available to assist students virtually. Throughout the fall semester, we will also generally have a staff member in the office on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday to direct you toward someone who can assist you. Regular operating hours are Monday-Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:15 p.m. Students can schedule advising appointments using the Navigate app or by emailing their advisor directly (see below). If you are unable to reach your CEHD advisor, please email Steve Mendenhall at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Undergraduate students with less than 90 earned credit hours are advised in the University Advisement Center (25 Park Place N.E., Atlanta). Advisors assigned to freshman, sophomore, and junior education majors are on the fifth floor.
Students in College of Education & Human Development majors with 90 or more earned credit hours have their own senior advisor in the CEHD Office of Academic Assistance (OAA), who are assigned by major. Students can schedule an appointment with their OAA advisor using the Navigate app, emailing their advisor directly (see below), or by calling 404-413-8000.
Your senior advisor will assist you with:
- Building an academic plan towards graduation
- Reviewing completed undergraduate transfer credit
- Confirming eligibility for entry into a CEHD major
- Helping choose courses each term
- Explaining and administering college and university policies
- Planning for graduate school and your career
- Referring you to other resources when needed
- Auditing you for graduation clearance
Contact your CEHD undergraduate academic advising team with questions or concerns
The Office of Academic Assistance provides academic advisement to undergraduates with 90+ hours in the College of Education & Human Development and manages program admissions for college majors.
Exercise science (students with last names A-Q), sign language interpreting, and sport administration
Exercise science (students with last names R-Z), health and physical education and human learning and development
Birth through five, elementary education, middle level education, and special education