UGA Black Alumni is the official affinity group for black graduates of the University of Georgia.
There are other organizations and groups that seek to connect black alumni and students, and this group is another opportunity for those important interactions. UGA Black Alumni connects alumni and students with shared experiences to continue building a welcoming and supportive campus community. Get involved and make a difference at your alma mater!
Recruit – Black students, faculty and staff to the university
Retain – Support students to completion of degree programs
Engage – Current students and alumni by mentoring and professional development
Donate – ‘Friendraising’ and fundraising for UGA needs
Serve – as UGA ambassadors in the community and to fellow Bulldogs
Black Alumni Scholarship Fund
UGA Black Alumni Leadership Council
If you are passionate about building a welcoming UGA community for all Bulldogs, and enjoy helping fellow alumni connect to their alma mater, you should consider volunteering on one of the UGA Black Alumni Leadership Council Committees. Please email email@example.com for more information about this fantastic team of volunteers.
If you are interested in learning more about UGA alumni affinity groups/networks or starting one for a different group of graduates, please email Realenn Watters (AB ’04) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications for this council are open until December 31, 2019. If you are interested in joining, you may apply for this council by following this link.
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#Repost @ugaalumniassoc with @get_repost ・・・ “Everything that I’ve become is because of where I started at Georgia — I found out who I was there.” - Maria Taylor (ABJ ’09, MBA ’13) Tomorrow, Maria Taylor will receive the Young Alumni Award during the 82nd Alumni Awards Luncheon.
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Offices and student organizations promoting campus diversity:
- Department of Intercultural Affairs: Multicultural Services and Programs
- Office of Institutional Diversity
- Institute for African American Studies
- National Pan-Hellenic Council
- National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
- Graduate and Professional Students Organization
- Black Law Students Alliance