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Advising and Academic Support

Looking for general academic guidance, assistance with course-specific content, or even help writing a science paper? Check out the resources listed below.

LSA General Academic Advising

The Newnan Academic Advising Center offers the following services: Academic Planning; Choosing a Major; Pre-Health, Pre-Law, and Pre-Business Advising; Individual Major Advising; General Studies Advising; Transferring to Another UM Unit; Peer Advising; Applying for Graduation.

See the Newnan website for more information.

Career Center Advising

The Career Center serves both undergraduate and graduate students on career and life planning issues. Check out The Career Center website to learn more about individual appointments.

Science Library

Use the great library resources that UM has to offer!

The Shapiro Science Library is one of the largest science libraries in the country with over 400,000 print volumes and numerous electronic resources available. The Library supports research and teaching in the fields of astronomy, biology, chemistry, geology, mathematics, natural resources, physics, and statistics.

Visit the Science Library on central campus where it occupies the 3rd and 4th floors of the Shapiro Building or visit it electronically by beginning your tour via the Shapiro Science Library's website.

The Shapiro Science Library offers research consultations for individuals or small groups by appointment or on a drop-in basis. To learn more about the consulting services offered in the Library, check out the Science Library Research Consultants page. 

The Science Library Research Guides web page provides a wealth of information for those conducting research in various scientific topics. This can be found at the Shapiro Science Library page entitled Research Guides.

For further information about all Science Library services, visit the Shapiro Science Library website.

Other science libraries on campus include:

Graduate Student Instructors

Graduate Student Instructors (GSIs) affiliated with several introductory science courses hold weekly office hours in the SLC. During office hours GSIs are available to provide assistance to any science student. For further information or to view the schedule for the current term, click here

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