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Treat yourself the way you deserve to be treated. Test. Vaccinate. Cover. 

In this program, part of the Healthy at Home Certificate series, residents learn what to ask a healthcare provider about STI testing, get updated on the new Gardasil-9 HPV vaccine and explore barrier methods that can reduce the risk of STIs. Health educators from the University Health Center will be on hand to disseminate information and answer questions in a safe space. Free safer sex supplies will be available. 

10/5 Oglethorpe House
10/7 Brown Hall
10/14 Brumby Hall
10/19 Russell Hall, RAC room 393
10/26 Building 1516

The annual Room of the Year contest is ON, and it's all on Instagram. Submit up to five photos in a collage and tag @UGAHousing for a chance to get FIRST PICK of your on-campus space next year! Winners work in-person with our assignments office to choose the exact space they want for themselves and their roommates. You've worked hard to make your room feel like home, so show us what you've got. Read on for complete rules and details....

Football Gameday Parking FAQ

The Athletic Association will assume control of certain housing lots beginning 5 a.m. on Saturdays preceeding home football games. Residents (especially those in the Hill, Reed and Creswell communities) may need to move their vehicles to approved lots.

On home game weekends the University of Georgia welcomes more than 90,000 visitors to spend the day on campus and “between the hedges” in support of UGA football. Although living on campus means you have a front row seat for the fun, parking and driving your car during game weekends can be a significant challenge! A comprehensive football game day parking map may be found at UGA's Parking Services game day site. Please review this map as a reference when considering the following instructions.

We are thrilled to announce a new programming collaboration between University Housing and the UGA Health Center’s (UHC) Health Promotion department to address common first-year behaviors and concerns, including alcohol and other drugs, sexual assault, safer sex and stress management. We are calling the program Healthy at Home.

The first year in college can be daunting and overwhelming trying to find a niche. While the benefit of attending a large school like UGA is the multitude of options available to participate, some options may not involve good decision-making.   

Upon completion of three programs annually, participants will be awarded the Healthy at Home Certificate.

University Housing is working with the University Health Center to bring the Healthy at Home Certificate Program into residence halls. The first program offered is WatchDawgs, aimed at training students in bystander intervention.

Participants will learn to:

  • Develop ways to increase awareness of sexual assault and alcohol emergencies, such as learning to make observations and recognizing warning signs that may require intervention
  • Be motivated to help
  • Employ appropriate skills to intervene safely and effectively, in both direct and indirect ways

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