Learn about internships for course credit, classes that qualify for experiential learning credit, and find forms and policies to guide you through appeals and other processes.
Find links to Graduate School policies, checklists for specific degree programs, and information on assistantships and other aspects of graduate student life.
Need additional support?
If you're experiencing difficulties in any way, Warnell and the larger UGA community are here with resources to help! If you can't find what you're looking for below, reach out to UGA Student Affairs (306 Memorial Hall, 706-542-3564 or email@example.com).
Warnell Student Emergency Fund
The Warnell Student Emergency Fund is available exclusively to Warnell students to provide limited, one-time financial assistance to students who are unable to meet immediate, essential expenses because of temporary hardship related to an emergency situation. If you are a Warnell student and you are facing a financial obstacle, please contact UGA Student Care and Outreach to learn more about the fund.
We also encourage students in distress to connect with Dr. Gary Green—he is here to help!
The UGA Police Department is located in the Hodgson Oil Building on Oconee Street. 706-542-2200.
The University Health Center assesses and treats students with illness and minor injuries. 370 River Road, 706-542-1162.
Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS) provides short-term individual and couples counseling, group counseling, crisis intervention, medication evaluation and monitoring, psychological testing and makes referrals to resources on and off-campus when appropriate. CAPS is located on the 3rd floor of the UHC. 706-542-2273.
Student Care and Outreach
The mission of Student Care and Outreach is to provide individualized assistance to students experiencing hardship circumstances, support to faculty and staff working with students in distress, and guidance to parents seeking help and information on behalf of their students. 325 Tate Student Center. 706-542-7774
Students with Disabilities
The Disability Resource Center coordinates and provides a variety of academic and support services to UGA students and promotes equal educational opportunities and a welcoming academic, physical, and social environment. 114 Clark Howell Hall. 706-542-8719.
The Student Veterans Resource Center mission is to serve as the go-to location for way finding and entry into an array of services provided by the University of Georgia and to offer support, advocacy, and respite for our student veterans. 481 Tate Student Center. 706-542-7872
The Department of International Student Life enhances the student-learning environment through programs and services that internationalize the campus experience. 201 Memorial Hall. 706-542-5867
The LGBT Resource Center is committed to providing meaningful programming and engagement that meet the needs of the LGBTQA and ally communities by creating an environment of advocacy, education, and support. 221 Memorial Hall. 706-542-4077
The Office of Multicultural Services and Programs works to create an inclusive campus environment by supporting the development and affirming the overall experiences of all students, particularly multicultural students. 404 Memorial Hall. 706-542-5773
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