A new University of Georgia initiative is enhancing campus-wide mental health and well-being resources to help students become more active, healthy and successful.
The University of Georgia is now in the second year of a three-year, $8.5 million investment to enhance campus security measures, including the placement of additional lighting and security cameras; the hiring of additional police personnel; the establishment of a nightly rideshare program launched in Fall 2021; and the introduction of a new and more robust smart phone safety app. These recent measures augment nearly $6 million the University has made in safety improvements over the previous five years for a seven-year commitment of over $14 million.
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Beau Seagraves, currently associate dean of students at the University of Georgia, has been named the university’s associate vice president for student well-being. The newly created position within the Division of Student Affairs will lead efforts to enhance campus-wide mental health and well-being resources. The Well-being Resources initiative aims to help students become more active,…
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