The University of Georgia Graduate School seeks to support prospective and enrolled Latinx graduate students by providing avenues for institutional and peer support, and campus community engagement. The ¡Dale Pa’lante! Graduate Recruitment Initiative was created to raise awareness about graduate education, assist students with the transition to graduate school, and build community among Latinx graduate students, faculty, and staff. The workshops and events coordinated are designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in graduate school and empower them as newly enrolled students.
Annual Recruitment Events
Graduate School 101- workshop specifically designed to introduce freshmen and sophomores to the world of graduate education.
Funding Graduate Education 101- workshop specifically designed to introduce undergraduate students to the various monetary and non-monetary expenses related to attending graduate school, ways to reduce the expenses, as well as actions students can engage in now to prepare them to be strong candidates for an assistantship or a fellowship.
Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU)- Please visit our booth at the annual conference, for more information visit: https://www.hacu.net/.
Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS)- Please visit our booth at the annual conference, for more information visit: https://www.sacnas.org/.
Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students (ABRCMS)- Please visit our booth at the annual conference, for more information visit: https://www.abrcms.org/.
*To schedule a Grad School 101 or Funding Graduate Education presentation on your campus please email firstname.lastname@example.org
UGA Latinx Student Organizations and Resources
- Hispanic Student Association
- Hispanic Student Association Graduate Committee
- Office of Multicultural Services and Programs
- International Student Life
- Latin American and Caribbean Studies Institute
- UGA Latino Alumni Group
At the University of Georgia, we understand the need to be inclusive of all students and their families. For more information on the University of Georgia and Athens, in Spanish, please visit our ‘En Español’ page at this link: https://grad.uga.edu/index.php/prospective-students/en-espanol/. The creation of this webpage and funding for this initiative was provided by the Office of Institutional Diversity and the New Approaches to Promote Diversity and Inclusion grant.
For questions, or workshops, please contact Geovani Ayala, Associate Director, Office of Recruitment and Diversity Initiatives, UGA Graduate School at email@example.com.