Hamilton Holmes simply wanted to become a doctor. Charlayne Hunter simply wanted to become a journalist. Their first steps into the Academic Building on Jan. 9, 1961, left a lasting footprint on the UGA landscape.
The University of Georgia has a coronavirus website to provide the campus community with information about health, travel, emergency preparedness, and campus operations.
To mark the 60th anniversary of the desegregation of UGA, the Main Library is hosting an exhibit that chronicles the historic events when Hamilton Holmes and Charlayne Hunter were admitted.
When students return to the UGA campus this week to begin their spring semester, they will be greeted with enhanced technology and more opportunities for face-to-face instruction.
Ansley Long, a UGA Unsung Hero, can handle pretty much any student problem, from financial and mental health issues to students who are having trouble getting involved on campus.