Grady Alumna Taylor MaggiorePhoto by Peter Frey/UGA

2019 alumna creates scholarship for Grady Sports Media

2019 Grady alumna, Taylor Maggiore, creates scholarship to further the advancement of women in the tumultuous professional world of sports media.
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Graduation speaker creates scholarship to help others

In fall 2019, Jack Bush gave out the first Bush Engineering Scholarship for minorities interested in engineering. What's special about this donor? He's still a student.

Bulldogs come together during COVID-19 crisis

UGA virtually celebrated G-Day on Saturday, April 18, and Bulldogs around the country wore their red and black in a show of solidarity.

UGA provides financial assistance to students in need

The UGA community has rallied to commit thousands of dollars in new emergency funds for students experiencing unforeseen financial difficulties.
Pictured, L to R: Victor K. Wilson, vice president of student affairs; Jennings Brooks, UGA Panhellenic Council president; Jere W. Morehead, UGA president; Brennan Cox, UGA Interfraternity Council president; Kelly Kerner, vice president for development and alumni relations

UGA Greek councils create two $100K Georgia Commitment Scholarships

The University of Georgia Panhellenic Council and UGA Interfraternity Council each gave $100,000, matched by the UGA Foundation, to establish two endowed, need-based scholarships through the Georgia Commitment Scholarship Program. “We are…
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Coca-Cola Foundation commits $1 million to first-generation UGA students

The Coca-Cola Foundation has pledged another $1 million toward scholarships for University of Georgia students who are the first in their families to attend college. It is the foundation’s fourth such commitment, adding to its positive…
500 Georgia Commitment Scholarships

Georgia Commitment Scholarships reach major milestone of 500

Thanks to the generosity of hundreds of donors, the University of Georgia has established more than 500 endowed, need-based scholarships, creating new, permanent pathways to higher education for Georgia residents from low-income backgrounds. “This…

Honor Georgia Groundbreaker Mary Frances Early

The University of Georgia will name the College of Education in honor of Mary Frances Early, the first African American to graduate from UGA, effective February 2020.

UGA triples size of Graduate School Emergency Fund

The University of Georgia will triple the size of a special emergency fund to support critical and unexpected financial needs of graduate students. The fund provides one-time financial assistance to enrolled graduate students facing temporary hardship related to an emergency situation.
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Sorority creates commemorative Georgia Commitment Scholarships

Alumnae of the Delta Sigma Theta sorority created two Georgia Commitment Scholarships with donations from over 300 members.