The Office of Instruction is responsible for supporting teaching, advising, and student learning on UGA’s main and extended campuses.

The Office of Instruction provides critical student academic services, from recruitment through graduation as well as faculty support related to teaching and curricular matters. It is charged with empowering instructors and students to enhance the teaching and learning environment across campus, to champion new ideas and methods for teaching and learning, and to prepare students to understand and navigate the global world in which they live, work, and learn.

The Office of Instruction is responsible for a wide range of initiatives that advance the University of Georgia as a national leader and as a preeminent, global university.


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UGA holds second Active Learning Summit

The University of Georgia’s Office of Active Learning hosted the second annual Active Learning Summit this month, showcasing the growth […]

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Thank-a-Teacher notes highlight UGA’s caring and welcoming educators

For the last 15 years, UGA’s Center for Teaching and Learning has organized the Thank-a-Teacher program, which allows students to […]

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UGA online degree programs ranked among nation’s best

The University of Georgia placed several programs in the top 10 in U.S. News & World Report’s 2024 Best Online Programs […]

Empowering Student & Faculty Success

From providing student academic services to empowering teachers, the Office of Instruction is responsible for a wide range of initiatives that further advance the University of Georgia into the national spotlight as one of the top performing universities in the nation.

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