The Office of Student Affairs at the College of Pharmacy is committed to the academic success for all enrolled students. The Academic Support program was created to assist students manage their schedules, meet and exceed academic expectations and successfully complete their degree. The Academic Support Program also works closely with the Academic and Professionalism faculty Committee to identify and assist students who may need additional support outside the academic arena. The staff proactively engage students in one-on-one schedule management and interpersonal engagement sessions and provide guidance for students to achieve academic success through regular student centered initiatives as they transition from undergraduate or other career path into the professional degree setting.
All College of Pharmacy students are welcomed and encouraged to meet with Dr. Duc Do and Dr. Vivia Hill-Silcott for meaningful schedule management assistance, mentoring, and coaching to improve academic success. Located in the Office of Student Affairs, students at the main campus are encouraged to schedule office appointments, while distance site students may schedule telephone or Skype appointments.
College of Pharmacy Academic Coaching-Retention Initiative
Contact: Dr. Vivia Hill-Silcott
College of Pharmacy Academic and Professionalism Committee
Contact: Dr. Ashley Hannings
College of Pharmacy Wellness Committee
Contact: Dr. Randy Tackett
Division of Academic Enhancement (DAE)
UGA’s Division of Academic Enhancement empowers all students to achieve success with innovative courses, programs, services, and student-centered initiatives. The DAE supports students as they transition into higher education and sustains their progress through the University’s unique academic environment. We are committed to students, committed to success.
Disability Resource Center (DRC)
The DRC strives to promote a welcoming academic, physical, and social environment for students with disabilities at UGA. Disability Resource Center professional staff work directly with students to assess their individual disability-related needs and to develop appropriate plans for academic accommodations and services.
Miller Learning Center (MLC)
The Miller Learning Center, also popularly known as the Student Learning Center, is an innovative, technologically advanced learning environment. It features a unique combination of library and instructional space, modern classrooms, the best in campus computing, and comprehensive instructional support for faculty.
Peach State Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (Peach State LSAMP)
The Peach State LSAMP is a collaborative effort to significantly increase the number of underrepresented minority students statewide who complete undergraduate and advanced degrees, as well as have thriving careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields. This goal will be accomplished through the implementation of a comprehensive and integrated series of recruitment and retention initiatives that address key transition points from undergraduate recruitment through graduate school completion. The promotion of undergraduate research will be a key component of the comprehensive strategies implemented.
University Health Center
Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS)
Wellness and Prevention