Preparing for Your Winter Break – Free COVID-19 Tests

The most important thing you need to know is whether you are virus-free. The most effective way to determine that is to have a negative COVID-19 test before leaving campus. We are continuing to offer free surveillance testing at the Legion Field site through December 23. The site will be closed on Christmas Eve. Similar to the day prior to Thanksgiving, the University Health Center will provide testing on December 24th. While most test results are received within 24 – 48 hours, results can occasionally take up to 72 hours. Therefore, we recommend that you get tested on or … read more

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Ethics Awareness Week: Nov. 9-15

The University of Georgia will observe Ethics Awareness Week Nov. 9-15 as part of the institution’s ongoing effort to promote an ethical culture on campus and raise awareness about ethics resources available at UGA. This week has been designated by the University System of Georgia across all USG institutions as an important reminder of our shared core values of integrity, excellence, accountability and respect.

A list of events can be found here.

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November is International Education Month!

In 2001, the United States Department of State and Department of Education created International Education Week (IEW) to promote the benefits of international education and worldwide exchange. This week is celebrated annually across the United States and typically occurs during the month of November each year.

In the spirit of this initiative, International Student Life coordinates International Education Month (IEM), a celebration of the various international programs and opportunities available through UGA. This month-long initiative seeks to highlight programs and services that prepare UGA students for a global society and that introduce important international education and intercultural learning opportunities on campus. Further, the … read more

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The Jingle Bell Run is on! Nov. 17 at the UGA Golf Course

Tue, Nov 17, 7:00am – 5:00 pm

FREE 5K Run / Walk, benefitting Toys for Tots
This year’s Jingle Bell Fun Run looks a little different–we will be open ALL DAY so that you may tour the rolling, scenic 3-mile paved, trail at the UGA Golf Course at your leisure. We understand the importance of mental wellness and the benefits that getting out in nature and physical activity provide. We will minimize the number of participants/group sizes at one time to maintain a safe, nurturing environment for you to enjoy!
Furry friends welcome!

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UGA Celebrates First-Gen Students Nov. 2-8

First-gen students can find support this fall through new programs aimed at creating space for connection both emotionally and academically. Read More

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Fall 2020 Graduate Commencement Ceremony Will Be Held Virtually.

This difficult decision was made after extensive dialogue with faculty leaders and public health officials to address concerns regarding the spread of COVID-19 in winter months. It aligns with prior guidance from public health officials that led UGA to move classes online for the remainder of fall semester following the Thanksgiving break.

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UGA’s Terry College Ranked in Top 10 Best Business Colleges

Money Magazine ranked UGA’s Terry College of Business in their 10 Best Business Colleges in the U.S. The rankings consider affordability, average salaries for business majors, and the number of students studying business topics. https://money.com/best-business-colleges/

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Call for Submissions: 4’33” Research in the Arts Competition

A Featured Event of the UGA Spotlight on the Arts

The 4’33’’ Research in the Arts Competition 2020 is now open for submissions. We are inviting all UGA student scholars and artists to share their research and compete for cash prizes in this exciting, virtual event. The competition will highlight scholarly research about any art form or combination of art forms, including (but not restricted to): visual art, music, theatre, dance, film, literature, media arts, or performance art. Presentations should be focused on historical, theoretical, and critical research about art, as opposed to original works of art created … read more

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