Division of Student Affairs

306 Memorial Hall
Athens, GA 30602
706-542-3564 | askstudentaffairs@uga.edu

Division of Student Affairs

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Jan Barham headshot.

Jan Barham named associate vice president for student affairs 

Jan Barham, currently associate dean of students at the University of Georgia, has been named associate vice president for student affairs. The newly created position within the Division of Student Affairs plays a pivotal role in ensuring a seamless transition for incoming students and fostering a supportive community for their families.

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Students viewing a fireworks display during the UGA commencement ceremony.

UGA Commencement set for May 9 and May 10

The University of Georgia will welcome its newest alumni on May 9 and 10 as 6,627 undergraduates and 1,691 graduate students—a total of 8,318—have met requirements to participate in the university’s spring Commencement ceremonies.

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The Front Entrance to Memorial Hall, home of UGA Student Affairs

What is Student Affairs?

Our role on campus is to enrich student learning and support student development and growth. Our programs, resources, facilities, and diverse staff help to make the campus smaller, more dynamic, and welcoming for everyone. Whatever the interest or need, we are committed to help students find their place at UGA and thrive through campus engagement.

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Student Care and Outreach

SCO coordinates care and tailored assistance for students who experience challenging circumstances.

Well-being Resources

When it comes to your health and well-being, know that you have the support you need, any time, any place.

UGA Involvement Network

Search through hundreds of student organizations and learn about upcoming events and programs.

Student Affairs Departments

See the full listing of departments and their contact information and web and social links.

Well-Being Program Request

Request a Well-Being Program

Behavioral Assessment and Response Council (BARC)

Members of the university community should refer students to BARC who exhibit threatening behavior to self and/or others.

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Please reach out to us with any questions.

306 Memorial Hall
Athens, GA 30602