Our students come from a wide variety of backgrounds and may experiences different challenges and hardships while at UGA. These resources provide an overview of Student Affairs support services available to students.
Report a Concern for a StudentIf you're concerned about a students and would like to get them connected to Student Care and Outreach, which provides individualized assistance and tailored interventions to students experiencing complex and extenuating circumstances, click to learn more.
CAPS Counseling and Psychiatric ServicesProvides short-term care for individuals and couples.
Financial Hardship ResourcesGuidance and resources to help students understand all of the available options in times of financial hardship.
Fontaine Center Prevention and Support ServicesAlcohol and other drug, Relationship & Sexual Violence Prevention and support services
Student Emergency FundThe UGA Student Emergency Fund is available to provide limited, one-time financial assistance to enrolled students who are unable to meet immediate, essential expenses because of temporary hardship related to an emergency situation.
Hardship withdrawalsIf a students is experiencing a situation that may require a hardship withdrawal, we encourage students to reach out to Student Care and Outreach to discuss options and resources.
Embark@UGAEMBARK@UGA is a campus-wide initiative providing support for college students who have experienced foster care and/or homelessness. Contact Carrie Smith firstname.lastname@example.org
LGBT Resource Center ListservsJoin one or more of the six LGBT ListServ groups to receive regular updates on events, resources, and more. Newsletters are sent to the ListServ members on weekly and/or monthly cycles.
Language Partner ProgramA volunteer program designed to build cross cultural relationships and support international students who wish to improve their confidence and fluency in English.
International Student OrientationISL organizes an international student orientation for new and transfer international students. The information included in the ISL orientation is not covered by any other orientation program on campus.
International Tax Assistance Program ($)Every international student in the United States is required to file tax paperwork, even if they have not worked.
LGBTRC LibraryThe LGBT Resource Center provides many resources for UGA students, faculty, and staff. These include books, videos, journals, magazines, and a variety of brochures, which are available for check out.