From ideas to impacts, see how partnerships with UGA make a difference
Journalism, business administration, pharmacy, computer science: believe it or not, these majors are in ascending order of total enrollment at the University of Georgia.
With a $100,000 pledge to the University of Georgia, NCR Foundation established two Georgia Commitment Scholarships (GCS) aimed at supporting undergraduate students pursuing Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math (STEAM) or business degrees.
The George W. Strickland, Jr. Foundation recently gifted $400,000 to the University of Georgia to establish four Georgia Commitment Scholarships.
When Victory Real Estate learned about the Georgia Commitment Scholarship Program, they “realized [they] had an opportunity to do something really special for students.”
The UGA Career Center and Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations honored the top 25 employers of the Class of 2018 on May 9 at the Buckhead Club in Atlanta
With the help of corporations, individuals, families and private foundations, the Georgia Commitment Scholarship Program has reached its initial goal—creating more than 400 need-based scholarships—13 months ahead of schedule
Ro Sanchez Lobato’s (AB ’15, MS ’17) story is a demonstration of the strength of UGA’s corporate partners and partnerships.
Funding provided by Schwab Advisor Services and Charles Schwab Foundation allowed for the renovation of UGA financial planning facilities.
The Innovation District External Advisory (IDEA) Board held its first meeting to ensure that the growth and development of UGA’s Innovation District is informed by the private sector and the local business community.