Named for Moses Waddel, fifth president from 1819 to 1829.
The area of campus west of Lumpkin Street, generally the area of the high-rise residence halls; capitalized.
The soccer and softball fields on South Milledge Avenue.
Home of the Office of Alumni Relations and the UGA Alumni Association.
The building which houses the Lamar Dodd School of Art. A new home for the art school opened in September 2008 on East Campus. The former visual arts building on North Campus is now the Jackson Street Building.
The name for the facility previously known as Family Housing.
One of four apartment-style residence halls in East Campus Village, S. Ernest Vandiver Jr. Hall is named for the late UGA alumnus who served as governor of Georgia from 1959 to 1963.
Vandiver, who earned business and law degrees from UGA, died in 2005.
Vandiver Hall is acceptable on all references.
The main building in the complex.