UGA Well-being Resources was created to help students build a foundation of health and well-being to improve their chances for success in the classroom and in life after graduation.
Student finds clarity, new path after autism diagnosis
At the start of a new academic year, the University of Georgia continues its investment in supporting student mental health and well-being. The fall semester brings excitement and opportunity for new and returning students alike, as well as stress and worry at the challenges they face.
Two medical professionals with ties to the University of Georgia (UGA) University Health Center have been selected as American College Health Association (ACHA) Fellows.
As one of the most popular programs on campus, IM gives literally everyone the opportunity to play–even faculty, staff, and their spouses. Participants can form their own team and play with friends or sign up as a free agent and make some new ones.
Student Affairs takes holistic approach to student mental health and well-being
Martha Dannenbaum has been named executive director of the University Health Center at the University of Georgia after a nationwide search. Dannenbaum most recently served as director of Student Health Services at Texas A&M University.
Funding will enhance programming on substance misuse, sexual violence prevention, student well-being
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The week of Oct. 2-8 will feature well-being events, fundraising and resources. As students reach the mid-point of the semester, the University of Georgia is reaffirming its commitment to student mental health and well-being with #BeWellUGA Week. From Oct. 2-8, students will have opportunities to engage with resources and activities across campus, expand their understanding…