Dedicated faculty and staff are at the heart of quality instruction at the University of Georgia. That's why it is important to provide faculty with the resources they need to be successful in the classroom and providing staff with the tools for helping students reach their goals.
Resources for Faculty and Staff
Faculty Resource Guide 2019-2020
A quick reference guide for resources, tasks, policies, and requirements for faculty on the UGA Griffin Campus.
Faculty Resource Guide (username and password required to access material)
UGA Griffin Guidelines and Practices for Re-Opening
On Monday June 15th, we began our Phase 1 reopening. This unprecedented pandemic has caused significant changes in our lives in many ways. It has been a challenge, on both personal and professional levels, to navigate through the last couple of months. I am hopeful that the light at the end of this tunnel will grow brighter in the coming days.
Many of you have sheltered in place during this crisis and some of you have intermittently come to the campus to perform essential tasks necessary for your work. In the coming weeks, your department or unit will be putting a plan in place to gradually bring us up to speed as we prepare to fully open in August. Departments are encouraged to utilize flexible schedules so that each employee can acclimate back into their settings.
We have developed a set of Guidelines and Practices for the Return to Work at the Griffin campus (link below). Please review these and exercise these protocols to mitigate risks. So far, our campus has been COVID free. In an effort to keep it that way, please, again, adhere to the guidelines. Please understand that this will be an adjustment for everyone on our campus. I ask that if there are any issues for which you may have concerns that pertain to campus operations, please notify your supervisor or me. We need to work closely in the next couple of months to conduct our business in a safe manner. Please keep the communication open.
The reopening is an evolving process. I will continue to forward information that is relevant to our campus as it comes in. I am looking forward to getting back to the new normal and I hope to see you on campus soon. Stay safe.
Please keep in mind some items are subject to change as the current situation is very fluid.
Meeting Room Reservations
The Office of Continuing Education processes all reservations for the Naomi Woodroof Chapman Pavilion, the Garden Education Building and Gazebo at the Research and Education Garden, and all meeting rooms in the Flynt and Stuckey Buildings. See the Meeting Room Schedules Page to view current room reservations and to submit a request.
Academic IT processes all reservations for the Student Learning Center. Please click this link to submit a room reservation for the Student Learning Center.
CAPA (Course Approval Process Automation)
The UGA Office of Curriculum Systems manages the Course Approval Process Automation (CAPA) system for all course approvals.
Testing (Proctoring for Faculty and Students)
Use the UGA Bulletin to explore and compare majors, minors and certificates.
UGA’s online courses and programs provide learning opportunities in a format that expands the traditional classroom experience and allows flexibility for students who physically may not be able to attend a class on campus. Courses and programs are managed by the UGA schools and colleges in which the programs reside.
Center for Teaching and Learning
The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) serves faculty, administrators and graduate teaching assistants in each of the university’s schools and colleges by coordinating a wide variety of programs and activities aimed at supporting and promoting excellence in teaching and learning.
eLC, powered by Desire2Learn software, is the next generation online learning management system at the University of Georgia, and is jointly supported by Enterprise Information Technology Services and The Center for Teaching and Learning.
Office of Service-Learning
The University of Georgia Office of Service-Learning (OSL) supports academic service-learning and community engagement initiatives designed to enhance students’ civic and academic learning, promote engaged research that is responsive to community needs, and contribute to the public good through mutually beneficial community-university partnerships. The OSL reports jointly to the Vice President for Public Service and Outreach and the Vice President for Instruction.
Educational Affairs Committee
The Educational Affairs Committee is a 13-member committee of the University Council that considers and recommends educational policies to the University Council and also hears student appeals on academic matters.
University Curriculum Committee
The University Curriculum Committee, one of the standing committees of the University Council, is responsible for developing curriculum policies and procedures for the University of Georgia; reviewing proposed degrees, majors, minors, new courses, and course changes; and handling other matters related to curriculum.
The Visitor House is “home away from home" where one has the opportunity to live on the UGA Griffin Campus for a low, affordable price. Occupancy is available for visiting scholars, graduate students, and post-doctoral employees who are either cooperating with or are employed by the UGA Griffin Campus. The house contains five double occupancy rooms.
Registrar Faculty/Staff Service
Class and graduation rosters, FERPA, registration dates, withdrawal and drop policies, advisement, data requests and other related information for faculty and staff are located with the Office of the Registrar.
The Experimental Statistics Unit provides statistical support to researchers in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.
Campus Recycling Program
Our local University of Georgia Recycling program is championed by Amy Mann. Below is a currently flyer regarding items that are accepted for recycling.