Registration Info for Spring 2023 | Phase I

Dear Student, If you have a registration question, please thoroughly read all of the info below. If your question is not answered below, I will respond as soon as possible. Please note that I will only be addressing registration issues and will be available again for long-term academic planning and career/internship advice, as well as incoming major changes, beginning December 1. –APPOINTMENTS– If you’d like to make an appointment, my availability is listed on the Advising Portal at http://advisor.gatech.edu. I have Drop-In Advising hours on Zoom and Habersham 156 from…

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Change of Major Information for Nunn School Students (Spring 2023)

If you wish to change out of one of our majors, meet with and obtain the signature of the new department/school first, and then follow the DocuSign process to have your form signed by Stephanie Jackson. If you wish to change into one of our majors,  appointments are available and forms will be signed until November 4, and again after November 30. First-year students may change/add a major beginning October 31. Find out more about the process at: https://intaadvising.gatech.edu/faq/how-to-change-your-major/.  

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CoC Demystifying Registration (In Person and Virtual) – Thursday, October 27, 2022

The CoC is hosting a session on registration topics tomorrow, open to the campus community. There are both in-person and virtual options (scroll down for Zoom links). Thursday, October 27, 2022 11am Clough 144 Join virtually using the info below: Join from a PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone or Android device: Please click this URL to join. https://gatech.zoom.us/j/99104515795 Description: The CoC is providing information which includes procedural, contact, and timeline information as it relates to the upcoming registration periods so that students can be well informed as they seek to acquire…

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The 39 hour rule

What is the 39-hour rule? The Georgia Tech Catalog states that students must complete 39 hours of upper-division (3000/4000-level courses) in the undergraduate degree.  This rule affects INTA majors the most, in that fifteen hours of the non-major cluster, free electives, language, HTS, or technical elective requirements must be upper-division (3000/4000-level coursework). See the infographic above or watch this short video below for additional detail on how it affects EIA, IAML, and INTA majors.          

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Welcome from Dr. Stulberg – AY 2021-2022

  Dear Nunn School Students, Welcome to Fall ’21!! We at the Nunn School hope that this note finds you healthy and eager to resume your academic pursuits.  Needless to say, the past month or so has been very confusing, anxiety-ridden, and emotionally draining due to the COVID-Delta spike, complicating the smooth return to in-person education on campus as originally envisioned.  That said, as communicated by President Cabrera and other GT announcements, the campus is taking numerous precautions and mounting a concerted campaign to urge our community to be vigilant…

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New Change of Major Policy

The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs has instituted a new Change of Major policy for students wishing to major in International Affairs (INTA), International Affairs and Modern Language (IAML), or Economics and International Affairs (EIA). Non-INTA/IAML/EIA students that want to change to INTA or IAML or EIA and have MORE than 60 hours, must:   Be in good academic standing. See the descriptions of academic standing here. Non-INTA/IAML/EIA students with less than 60 hours are allowed one unrestricted change of major, keeping with Catalog rules (http://www.catalog.gatech.edu/rules/6/). Transfer students do…

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Spring 2021 Commencement – Early Participation Policy for Summer 2021 Degree Candidates

Summer 2021 graduates with two classes or less remaining and in good academic standing will have the option to apply for an early walk in Spring 2021. Summer 2021 students who want to participate in the Spring 2021 ceremony must complete this form to be considered. Students will be notified by the last week of March as to whether they have been accepted to participate. All requestors must meet the following requirements: 1. Must be a Summer 2021 degree candidate by March 10, 2021 2. Have TWO or fewer classes…

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Note from the Nunn School Chair – Spring 2021

  Dear Nunn School Students, Happy New Year!! Needless to say, the past several weeks have been very volatile, confusing, and emotionally draining– not necessarily conducive to our restorative needs after the especially hectic Fall semester. That said, I hope that this note finds you safe, healthy, and eager to resume your academic pursuits.  At this point, there still remains considerable uncertainty and anxiety surrounding the Spring ’21 semester.  Rest assured, however, that the faculty and staff at the Nunn School have been working hard over the past weeks to…

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INTA Chair statement to students | 7.23.2020

Thursday, July 23, 2020   Dear Nunn School Students,   I hope that this note finds you safe, healthy, and eager to focus on your academic pursuits during this coming Fall.  At this point, there still remains considerable uncertainty and anxiety surrounding the semester.  Rest assured, however, that the faculty and staff at the Nunn School have been working hard over the past months to ensure that you will have a safe, flexible, accessible, and substantive learning experience.   As you will find, the instructional mode for Fall 2020 courses…

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Leave of Absence policy

Students may be directed to apply for a Leave of Absence (LOA) if they will be away for two consecutive semesters or longer.  If a student is enrolled in at least one credit hour, or in a C2D2 registered internship or CO-OP, it will count as a term of attendance.  Please keep the following in mind when discussing with students: LOAs should be recommended for situations outside of a student’s control. Common examples include mandatory military service and physical or mental health concerns. LOAs should not be recommended for students…

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