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.
Learn about UGA’s well-being programs and services, connect with student groups, participate in free RecSports workshops and classes, play some games, grab some food, and more!
As students gathered around the large mahogany table, leaning in to listen to Dr. Michelle Garfield Cook, one saw the dictionary definition of captivation. Dr. Cook, Vice Provost for Diversity and Inclusion and Strategic University Initiatives, met on Wednesday, March 23rd with 14 students. The Office of the Dean of Students hosts “Gettin’ Down with the Dean” events where students and a guest speaker meet under different roofs across campus to listen and absorb thoughtful stories found right here in our Athens campus community. To say students were thoughtfully absorbing Dr. Cook’s words is mildly underselling her profound impact.
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…
Nicole McConnell has been named director of Student Transitions at the University of Georgia. McConnell will play an integral role in helping students have a positive transition through their university experience.
Through IMPACT Local, IMPACT Service Breaks is adapting its service learning model to the local community.
On May 4, 2022, the Student Veterans Resource Center hosted the first in-person Honor Cord Ceremony since 2019 for the 79 student veterans eligible to graduate this calendar year. The Honor Cord serves as a symbol of gratitude for the student veteran’s unique life experience, maturity and perspective that student veterans bring to classroom discussions and…