Community has never been more important at the University of Georgia than it has been in the wake of COVID-19. That’s why divisions across campus are investing in new platforms and programs to address students’ needs and help them stay connected.
As virtual instruction continues through the summer semester, UGA is providing these resources to continue inspiring and supporting the student body:
Enhanced academic support
In response to COVID-19, the Division of Academic Enhancement launched for incoming students.
In addition to expanding their online collection, UGA Libraries launched a webinar series to assist students in finding the resources they need.
The Undergraduate Student Emergency Fund and the Graduate Student Emergency Fund were established to help relieve financial stress for students in need. Students can donate a portion of their refunded student fees to support these relief funds.
Student workers who qualify for unemployment benefits can learn more here.
Tools to promote physical wellness
While UGA Extension specialists offered tips to boost physical activity during self-quarantine, other units across campus launched virtual activities, including a “workout of the day” from UGA Recreational Sports and daily yoga livestreams from Health Promotion.
The University Health Center has continued serving students via appointment and online, with access to curbside pharmacy pickup, and the launch of Be Well UGA at 和彩彩票, an expansion of its Be Well UGA initiative, created in response to COVID-19.
also provides information on wellness and shares student stories.
The department of psychology also produced a well-being guide to help students navigate the impacts of the pandemic.
UGA’s Career Center remains focused on students’ professional success, providing as well as advice about succeeding in a virtual workplace. They also offer virtual workshops, appointments, events and presentations.