The Center for Leadership and Service empowers students to intentionally engage in leadership learning and practice active citizenship.
The Center for Student Organizations registers over 600 Student Organizations annually that cover a broad range of interests that include: Sport Clubs, International and Multicultural Organizations, Religious Organizations, Academic Honorary Organizations, Greek Life Organizations and Special Interest Clubs.
Greek Life provides fraternities and sororities with educational programs and services that create, promote and foster a learning community.
An academic department within the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences, the University of Georgia Institute for Women’s Studies provides a feminist interdisciplinary perspective on women and gender.
The ISL Office serves as an Archway to the World and an Archway to UGA for both international and U.S. students attending the University.
The LGBT Resource Center serves as a place for LGBTQ-identified students and their allies to find community, support, and developmental resources at the University of Georgia.
Multicultural Services and Programs (MSP) supports the University of Georgia’s commitment “to foster the understanding of and respect for cultural differences necessary for an enlightened and educated citizenry.”
UGA Student Affairs enhances the learning environment for students at the University of Georgia by stimulating the learning process, integrating the in-class and out-of-class experiences, promoting an environment conducive to growth and discovery and facilitating intellectual, spiritual, social, occupational, physical, cultural and emotional development.
The Women of UGA are connected to each other and to the University’s schools, colleges and the UGA Alumni Association by their commitment to and participation in professional development, community service and personal empowerment.
UGA has launched an initiative to enhance the representation of women in leadership roles on campus. The Women’s Leadership Initiative is addressing issues such as recruitment and hiring, career development, work-life balance and leadership development.
The University of Georgia Work/Life Balance Coordinator, which is part of the Human Resources Department, works to provide resources to employees helping to achieve a healthy work/life balance. Resources include information about workplace issues and flexibility, child and elder care, volunteer opportunities and health programs.