About the SCC The Statistical Consulting Center (SCC), in existence since 1990, is a Core Facility of the University of Georgia. The mission of the SCC is threefold: to provide collaborative research assistance to faculty, research staff, and students in all departments of the University of Georgia; to increase the quality of quantitative research performed at the University; and to provide an advantageous educational experience to students of statistics through training as statistical collaborators. The SCC consists of a faculty Director (Dr. Dan Hall), an Associate Director (Dr. Xianyan Chen), five Consulting Assistants (graduate students supported on assistantship to work for the SCC), and several Volunteer Consulting Assistants (unsupported graduate students). Please see the Staff and Appointment Hours link to the right for contact information and further details. The SCC is a unit within the UGA Department of Statistics, and receives partial financial support from the Office of Research, the Graduate School, and the Franklin College of Arts & Sciences. The links to the right describe the operation of the SCC, its services, and its policies. Request an Appointment Join our Mailing List To keep abreast of happenings at the SCC, please consider joining our mailing list by clicking here and filling out the form. Subscribers to the list will get occasional new about the SCC and announcements of events. In particular, talks in the SCC Brown-bag Seminar Series on Data Analysis will be distributed through our mailing list. These non-technical talks are focused on practical ideas and methods for analyzing data and using statistical software. Whether you are a student, a statistician/data scientist, or an applied researcher and user of statistics, if you are interested in the practical methodology of data analysis, the SCC Seminar Series will be of interest to you. Feedback about the SCC We appreciate any input from clients and others about how we can better meet the statistical needs of the UGA community. To contribute your thoughts, please click here.