Reaching New Heights

National Champions

The Bulldog Nation is celebrating a historic win in the 2022 College Football Playoff National Championship Game. Congratulations to our dedicated student-athletes, Coach Kirby Smart, and the Bulldogs coaching staff on their well-deserved title. Go Dawgs!

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UGA Students Make an IMPACT in Athens

The IMPACT Service Breaks program is adapting its service-learning model to the local community. Born from UGA students’ desire to continue serving during the travel restrictions of the pandemic, IMPACT has so far hosted 11 service learning programs in the Athens-Clarke community, addressing community needs ranging from food justice to women’s health.

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UGA Sets Records for Enrollment and Degree Completion

UGA saw its largest-ever enrollment in fall 2021, with 40,118 students. UGA continues to improve student outcomes as well. The four-year and six-year completion rates are at record levels, with the average student taking less than four years to complete their undergraduate degree.

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Building a More Diverse and Inclusive Community

The work of creating a welcoming and inclusive campus is something we all share. To that end, UGA has adopted a five-year plan with goals ranging from increasing the enrollment of underrepresented students to increasing the number of underrepresented faculty and staff, as well as increasing institutional visibility in the educational pipeline of underserved communities.

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UGA Innovation Springs Forth

UGA’s Delta Innovation Hub, located in the renovated Spring Street Building, the site of the historic Town Spring near downtown Athens, is ushering in the next stage of the Innovation District. As UGA’s front door for industry engagement, this unique space fosters many avenues of economic development through entrepreneurship and collaboration among our faculty, students, and industry partners.

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Women’s Staff Leadership Institute

The Women’s Staff Leadership Institute is an annual program aligned with the Women’s Leadership Initiative launched in 2015 by the Office of the President and the Office of the Provost. The institute provides participants the chance to explore leadership opportunities, reflect upon key leadership traits and skills, and support one another in issues that women leaders face in higher education administration.

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Capital Projects Advance STEM at UGA

UGA is modernizing the parts of campus known as Science Hill and Ag Hill to enhance research, teaching, and outreach in the sciences and agriculture. Among the projects are the new Interdisciplinary STEM Research Complex (pictured here) and a new Poultry Science Complex, which will secure UGA’s status as a preeminent global source for poultry research.

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Black-Diallo-Miller Hall Dedication

Honorees and guests cut a ceremonial ribbon to dedicate Black-Diallo-Miller Hall at the University of Georgia

Today, UGA dedicated a new first-year residence hall named in honor of Harold A. Black, Mary Blackwell Diallo, and Kerry Rushin Miller, the first African American students to enroll as freshmen and complete their undergraduate degrees at the University of Georgia. This fall marks the 60th anniversary of their first semester on campus. After earning their degrees, all three went on to make significant contributions to our society throughout their lives and careers.


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