Prospective Students: Find Your Way
The Franklin College of Arts and Sciences recognizes the importance of speaking with someone in your academic area of interest when deciding where to continue your education. The UGA First Look and New Dawgs programs provide opportunities for you to meet with a Franklin College academic advisor to discuss your academic goals and obtain more information about our diverse programs.
- How to decide on a major
- Discover Arts & Science degrees
- Discover all UGA degrees
- Learn about participating in the UGA Mentor Program
Current Students: Get to Know The Office of Student Academic Services (OSAS)
For information about Franklin College academic requirements and policies, as well as Academic Advising, Graduation Certification, and Transfer Academic Services visit the OSAS website
- Franklin College Degree Requirements
- Franklin College Policies and Procedures
- Make an Academic Advising Appointment
- Contact a Graduation Advisor
- Transfer Students: Contact the Office of Transfer Academic Services
Once you are accepted and enrolled at UGA, consider getting involved outside of class.
- Attend student events
- Join a student organization
- Become a Franklin College Ambassador
- Explore certificate programs and specializations
- Participate in the UGA Mentor Program
By helping to prepare students for a profession or career, learn the craft of a fine artist, or by allowing them to discover how the discipline creates evidence to contribute to its body of knowledge, experiential learning enhances students’ chances for real-world success after graduation from the university.
Students develop independent research skills in capstone courses or through research projects, increase their intercultural competence in study abroad and related international experiences, gain first-hand knowledge of different work environments in internships, and learn to appreciate and contribute to the social or educational work of others through service or community-based learning.
- Read more about Experiential Learning
Jobs + Internships
Whether you're ready to dive into the job hunt or considering an internship, we have all the resources you'll need to get started.
Franklin College has a variety of scholarship opportunities for undergraduate Students. Please visit the Office of Student Academic Services web site for more information on the scholarship opportunities.
Add an international component to your time at Franklin College. Check out upcoming study abroad trips or, if you're looking for a more involved international experience, consider enrolling in an exchange program.