Looking Ahead

Looking Ahead

I hope that you had a restful holiday and were able to spend quality time with your families and friends. We've made a lot of progress on various initiatives in the last several months. As we begin this spring semester, we are looking ahead to further improving our instructional infrastructure, support and services for students and faculty. I will be sharing more detailed information about many of these efforts over the next several months, but I wanted to highlight some here.

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Segreti named interim registrar

As previously announced, Jan Hathcote retired on Jan. 4th as University of Georgia Registrar. During the ongoing search for a new registrar, UGA Senior Associate Registrar Rosemary Segreti has been named interim registrar. Her appointment began on Jan. 5th and will continue until a permanent registrar is in place.

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Thanks for a Succesful Year!

It's been a[nother] great year in a long string of successes across campus. We have so many accomplishments to be proud of, and we could not have implemented them without you. Your passion for teaching, advising and supporting students has helped us implement a number of programs and initiatives, including:

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Removing Barriers and Opening Doors

n case you've not heard the news around campus, we have just launched the Commit to Georgia Campaign, the most ambitious fundraising effort in UGA history. This campaign will allow us to open doors and remove barriers for students at levels we have never been able to before. We are committed to ensuring that financial needs do not limit opportunities for any of our students. We are committed to advancing success for every student at UGA, regardless of their background.

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Committing to Our Students

As we launch the Commit to Georgia Campaign, the most ambitious fundraising campaign in UGA history, we have the opportunity to impact students in ways we've never done before. Through this campaign, we make a commitment to ensure that financial needs do not come in the way of success for our students. We make a commitment that financial hardship does not limit students' abilities to avail educational opportunities critical for their success. We make a commitment to improving the learning environment and outcomes for our students. So why does this campaign matter so much? And what can each of you do to help?

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Engage: Teaching Outside the Box

We've talked in recent months about how to help our students succeed, offering them greater tools and resources to help them prepare for life after graduation. One such emerging tool is providing greater student access to textbooks and learning materials, and it's gaining momentum among faculty at UGA and other University System schools, while collectively saving students millions of dollars over the course of their college careers.

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