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The University of Georgia: A
Brief Overview
SEC Academic Leadership
Development Program Workshop
October 14, 2013
UGA History: 1785 Charter
Abraham
Baldwin
Statue
“…under the
strongest
obligation to
form the
youth, the
rising hope of
our Land.”
The University System of Georgia
31 System institutions
Governed by 19-member Board of Regents
4 Research Universities
4 Comprehensive Universities
10 State Universities
13 State Colleges
Georgia Archives
Georgia Public Library System
Land-Grant Institution
Tripartite Mission
@10,000 faculty, administrators and staff
$1.41 billion annual budget
Research income: $165.4 million
Research expenditures: $255.06 million
Intellectual Property Income: $7.5 million
“To teach, to serve, and to
inquire into the nature of things”
Sea-Grant Institution
Fall 2013 Enrollment
Undergraduate:
26,185
Graduate:
5,855
Professional:
1627
Extended campuses:
869
TOTAL:
34,536
Fall 2013 Admissions
20,300 applications
10,900 admitted
4,361 enrolled (5,185 including
summer, joint enrollment, etc.)
Since 2003, the number of freshman
applications has increased 72%
Fall 2013 Board Scores
Mean GPA: 3.86
Mean SAT: 1280
Mean ACT: 29
Honors Program: 526 Students, GPA 4.07
Honors Mean SAT: 1462
Honors Mean ACT: 32.7
UGA Colleges & Schools
Franklin College of Arts & Sciences (1801)
College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (1859)
School of Law (1859)
College of Pharmacy (1903)
Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources (1906)
College of Education (1908)
Graduate School (1910)
Terry College of Business (1912)
Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication (1915)
College of Family and Consumer Sciences (1933)
College of Veterinary Medicine (1946)
School of Social Work (1964)
College of Environment and Design (1969)
School of Public and International Affairs (2001)
College of Public Health (2005)
Odum School of Ecology (2007)
College of Engineering (2012)
UGA Colleges & Schools
Franklin College of Arts & Sciences (1801)
College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (1859)
School of Law (1859)
College of Pharmacy (1903)
Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources (1906)
College of Education (1908)
Graduate School (1910)
Terry College of Business (1912)
Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication (1915)
College of Family and Consumer Sciences (1933)
College of Veterinary Medicine (1946)
School of Social Work (1964)
College of Environment and Design (1969)
School of Public and International Affairs (2001)
College of Public Health (2005)
Odum School of Ecology (2007)
College of Engineering (2012)
Medical Education
2008: UGA and Georgia Regents University
established the GRU/UGA Medical
Partnership to educate medical
students in Athens.
2010: First class
enrolled
2014: First class
will graduate
Campus Facilities
Campus Arboretum
Town-Gown Relations
• Project-based
collaboration
• Monthly breakfasts
• Partnership with
Clarke-County
School District
• Service Learning
and Volunteering
UGA Athletics
UGA Athletics
NCAA Division I
8 Men’s Varsity
sports
11 Women’s
Varsity
sports
39 National Championships, including
27 since 1999
UGA Alumni
279,961 Living Degreed Alumni
32,346 two degrees
3,038 three degrees
146 four degrees
2 five degrees
9,380 degrees
awarded in 2012
UGA Alumni
Degrees conferred since 1804:
357,052 and counting…
Georgia’s U.S. Senators
Saxby Chambliss ’66
Johnny Isakson ’66
Noteworthy Alumni
Natasha Trethaway ’89
Pulitzer Prize Winner
U.S. Poet Laureate
Noteworthy Alumni
Deborah Norville ’79
Television journalist,
Host of Inside Edition
Deborah Roberts
’82
ABC News
correspondent and
producer
Noteworthy Alumni
Alton Brown ’04
Renowned chef,
Host of Good Eats
Amy Roback ’95
ABC Network
Noteworthy Alumni
Charlayne Hunter-Gault ’63
Retired PBS television journalist
CNN News correspondent
in Johannesburg,
South Africa
Noteworthy Alumni
Hines Ward ’98
Super Bowl XL MVP
Winner of Dancing with
the Stars Season 12
Noteworthy Alumni
Wayne Knight ’08
Noteworthy Alumni
Will Muschamp ’94
University of Florida
Head Football Coach
Noteworthy Alumni
Dan Amos ’73
CEO, AFLAC
Maxine Clark ’71
Founder, Build-ABear Workshops
Noteworthy Alumni
Noteworthy Alumni
Dr. Seth Marcus Goldsmith, ’83
Creator of
“Salad in a Bag”
UGA’s SEC ALDP Fellows
Tracie Costantino, Tom Reichert,
Sarah Covert & Julian Cook
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