This section of our website is designed to connect faculty, staff and administrators to various resources designed to assist them in their roles.
This form is designed for faculty, staff and administrators to notify the Advising staff in the Office for Undergraduate Education of any concerns they have regarding their students.
This form should be used by Emory College faculty only to request proctored exam make-ups for students who are unable to take their exam at the regularly scheduled time.
The Blue & Gold Pages- Faculty Edition is designed to help faculty advise first and second year students who have not yet declared a major; and serves as an addendum to the student edition of the Blue and Gold Pages
This resource is designed to support the instructional efforts of the faculty as they consider best practices in teaching a diverse student population.
This link will direct faculty to resources and College policy on dealing with issues of academic misconduct
Directors of Undergraduate Studies are the faculty members in each department with primary responsibility for shepherding the undergraduate curriculum. They assist students with advising questions, grade disputes and can serve as a resource for many questions relating to their individual departments.
Undergraduate staff members are the administrative members of staff within departments who can help students with questions regarding their major/minor, advising contacts and can serve as a reference point for a number of other issues.
This resource is designed to support DUS and Undergraduate Staff members complete the appropriate paperwork to submit new courses to the College Curriculum Committee.
This resource is designed to support DUS and Undergraduate Staff members complete the appropriate paperwork to submit new programs of study (majors/minors) or revisions to current programs to the College Curriculum Committee.
A quick link to the Major and Minor listings (with requirements) in the College Catalog.
This one-page addendum for syllabi provides information about academic deadlines, policies, and resources. Faculty may include this with their syllabi or incorporate or adapt specific sections as they see fit. The document is updated each semester and posted before classes begin.