A town/gown stream restoration and protection initiative aimed at engaging the campus community in sustainability through watersheds.
An initiative operated by the English department in support of faculty in any discipline who emphasize writing in their courses.
Not a place but the annual series of productions in the film and theatre department of the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences.
A program of the UGA Libraries.
UGA’s premier academic scholarship program for undergraduates. Each Foundation Fellow receives a four-year Foundation Fellowship designed to cover tuition, fees, books and living expenses. Research and travel-study grants are also available, and numerous activities enhance the learning experience.
Operated by the Division of Student Affairs, Dawg Camp is a summer leadership development program for incoming freshmen.
Recognition program for athletes and coaches, sponsored by the University of Georgia Athletic Association.
UGA’s annual charitable-giving campaign is called the Campaign for Charities; it is part of the State Charitable Contributions Program for all state employees.
The eligible agencies include those participating in United Way but also others; do not use United Way as a synonym for the Campaign for Charities or for participating agencies.
Part of the Division of Student Affairs, the Arch Society is an organization for students in their third year or higher. Members of the Arch Society serve as official hosts and goodwill ambassadors for the university.