The Student Affairs 2025 plan provides a vision to
advance the University of Georgia and Student Affairs
missions, enrich student learning and support student
development and growth, and create an even more
valuable and memorable student experience at UGA.
Increasing a student’s sense of belonging and
commitment to creating positive change improves not
only a student’s experience at UGA but their capacity
for leadership and stewardship in creating more healthy,
prosperous, and stable communities in Georgia and
around the world.
To achieve this outcome, the Student Affairs 2025
plan features three interrelated strategies that build on
Student Affairs’ core strengths in student development,
engagement, and well-being.
In support of these strategies, Student Affairs will
undertake a number of key initiatives, repurposing
existing resources and staff.
Through the Student Affairs 2025 plan, Student Affairs
will provide critical leadership and support for UGA
students to immerse fully in the campus experience,
practice the skills, and develop the mindsets they will
need to reach their fullest potential, at UGA and in life.
Essential Skills Development and Experiential Learning
Student Affairs will join in University-wide efforts to increase student awareness and development of skills essential
for personal and professional success.
Engagement, Leadership, and Service
Student Affairs will unite existing staff from two departments to lead student engagement, leadership, and service
for the campus, infusing leadership, service, and common advising across all types of student involvement.
Digital Student Engagement
Student Affairs will provide new and enhanced digital service and content delivery to students to provide more
personalized, interactive, and proactive resources and support.
Student Affairs will refocus existing staff and resources to provide dedicated support, in coordination with
campus partners, for key times of student transition.
Well-being and Success
Student Affairs will bring together expertise across the division to increase student engagement in well-being and
success through integrated well-being resources and support for students.
Improve student development
of essential skills (e.g. agility,
creativity, critical thinking, and
Increase meaningful student
engagement on campus and in
Well-being & Success
Increase student well-being
and success across the