Terry College Research Resources

Terry College maintains licenses for several business-specific research applications and data sources. Faculty, doctoral students, and staff may request access to these resources.

University of Georgia Research Resources

The University of Georgia and its Office of the Vice President for Research offer several services to assist faculty with research projects.

Human Subjects Office
UGA’s Human Subjects Office (HSO) performs professional and administrative functions in support of the Institutional Review Board (IRB).
Statistical Consulting Center
UGA’s Statistical Consulting Center (SCC) provides general advice on experimental and/or survey design, discusses general procedures for analyzing data, and provides interpretation of output from statistical software packages. SCC offers an initial free hour of consultation for research projects needing statistical assistance. See the SCC’s list of available services for details.
Georgia Advanced Computing Resource Center
The Center provides high-performance computing hardware and network infrastructure, as well as consulting and training services in pursuit of its mission.
SAS Help LISTSERV
This is the UGA-hosted SAS-L LISTSERV, with more than 3,000 users. To subscribe, visit to the page and enter your UGA email address, then enter your first and last name into the Your name field. We recommend selecting Digest (HTML format) so that you get fewer messages from the list. The digest will wait to send you email until it collates a set of messages into a single message.
SPSS Help LISTSERV
This is the UGA-hosted SPSSX-L LISTSERV, with more than 2,000 users. To subscribe, browse to the page and follow the instructions as per the SAS-L LISTSERV instructions above.

Helpful Non-UGA Research Resources

LIMDEP/NLOGIT Help List Server
This list server covers both LIMDEP and NLOGIT. Follow the instructions to subscribe.
Stata Help List Server
The Statalist has more than 2,500 users. Follow the instructions to subscribe.
UCLA’s Institute for Digital Research and Education
UCLA’s Institute for Digital Research has a very comprehensive statistical support website.