Emelynn Arroyave developed leadership skills thanks to support system at UGA Emelynn Arroyave was dead set on getting out of Georgia after high school graduation. She grew up in Dacula, and was hoping to go someplace different than her home state. “I wanted to go to New York or maybe Boston,” she said. “I had…
For the members of the University of Georgia’s Class of 2022, their education extended far beyond the classroom.
The Asian American Student Association at UGA was named “Organization of the Year” during the 21st annual H. Gordon and Francis S. Davis Student Organization Achievement and Recognition Awards, given out April 12 at the Tate Student Center. The SOAR Awards celebrate the accomplishments of student organizations at the University of Georgia.
Celebrate the Class of 2022 on Friday, April 29 from 11:00am – 2:00pm in the Tate Plaza. Free food and giveaways provided.
On the evening of March 16, Multicultural Services and Programs student organizations gathered in Tate Grand Hall for an elegant night of friendship and community.
I am emboldened today to envision an even brighter future for students at UGA – a future of increased student engagement, of improved student health and well-being – a future where we anticipate student needs even more fully, target resources and services even more closely, utilize our amazing people and resources even more effectively – a future where students will have the skills, mindsets, resources and support to be well and flourish across their time at UGA and far beyond, so they can reach their fullest potential.
For this year’s NFL Flag Bowl championship game, four officials were selected from the best of the best across the country, and one of those four was University of Georgia student Nuri Troy.
More than 100 alumnae of the University of Georgia’s Eta Xi Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc., gave a total of over $50,000 to establish the 1973 Eta Xi Alumni Association Inc. Georgia Commitment Scholarship, which will provide need-based aid to UGA students in perpetuity.
On the evening of February 7, UGA students met with more than 70 professionals during “Orgullo Hispano,” a networking event for UGA’s Hispanic students.
It is very special to be a new student at the University of Georgia, something only a few thousand Bulldogs get to experience each year. But it is a truly unique experience to be one of the approximately 150 spring semester enrollees that began classes this January.