Staffed and operated by students and funded primarily by student fees through student activities, WUOG-FM 90.5 is located in Memorial Hall. Include the frequency on first reference.
The public radio station (and affiliate of National Public Radio) operated by the Division of Marketing & Communications under a programming management partnership with Georgia Public Broadcasting. Include the frequency, WUGA-FM 91.7/97.9 FM, on first reference.
Use WUGA-FM on second and subsequent references to avoid confusion with the university’s television station WUGA-TV.
A research unit of the College of Veterinary Medicine (not one of the experiment stations operated by the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences).
A unit of student activities; services are available to faculty, staff and students.
Part of Finance and Administration, University Business and Accounting Services is responsible for fiscal operations. It includes Accounting, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Student Accounts, the Bursar’s Office, Contracts and Grants, Payroll, Travel, Procurement and Property Control.
Do not refer to it as the Controller’s Division.
Do not use UGA Childcare Center.
This facility, on the Health Sciences Campus, serves the children of university faculty, staff and students, ages 6 weeks through 4 years.
The university library program includes several separate libraries. The three major units (main, science and law) are housed in three separate buildings. Refer to the system as the University Libraries or UGA Libraries; individual libraries are lower case.
The former University Bookstore, now operated by a private company (Follett).
The full, formal title is “University of Georgia Cooperative Extension.”
It is incorrect to use “the” before UGA Extension, the informal title. Note that “Service” is no longer a part of the name.
Part of the nationwide Cooperative Extension System, UGA Extension is coordinated by the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and the College of Family and Consumer Sciences in partnership with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Fort Valley State University, and state and local governments.
UGA Extension is divided into four districts: Northeast, Northwest, Southeast and Southwest.
First references to UGA Extension county offices should be “University of Georgia Cooperative Extension in (Name of county) County” and should be “(Name of county) County Extension” on second reference. If “University of Georgia Cooperative Extension” has previously been referenced with no county name, but the second reference to UGA Extension requires a county name, use “(Name of county) County Extension” on second reference.
Use the press or the UGA Press on second reference.