Graduate students are assigned a faculty advisor or a professional advisor in the Graduate Academic Services Center (GASC).
Advisement takes place in the advisor’s office or by telephone, mail, or e-mail, as appropriate. Since the College’s programs are developed to enable students to meet the certification requirements of the Georgia Professional Standards Commission, it is critical that students meet with their advisors to plan their programs of study before the completion of 12 semester hours. Students should also consult their graduate advisor for information on any exit comprehensive assessment (if required) for the M.Ed. or Ed.S. program.
About the Center
The College of Education’s GASC is here to assist you in a variety of ways. The Center provides a comprehensive graduate experience beginning with recruiting prospective graduate students to providing student support from program entry through graduation.
The Center also provides faculty support through collecting, processing, and consolidating assessment data for all College of Education graduate programs. The Center is responsible to the Associate Dean for Graduate Education and Research.
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