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The University Housing main office will close today at 1:30 p.m. Residents who need maintenence issues resolved may still place a work order online 24-hours a day for problems such as insufficient heat, slippery walkways and any weather or non-weather related issues. Changes to programming are as follows:

• The Green on the Screen showing of A Fierce Green Fire has been rescheduled for March 18 at 7 p.m. in Rooker Hall's fireside lounge.

• Today's majors fair has been postponed; new date and time TBA

For campus partners' closings, please click the "read more" link below.

Find the major for you! Are you thinking of adding a second major? Minor? Thinking of changing your major? Then you should follow the yellow brick road”to the Majors Fair. All undergraduate students interested in learning more about University of Georgia academic majors and minors are invited to attend the Majors Fair. The Majors Fair will also allow students to receive information about other academic opportunities offered at UGA. Come and meet with  professional advisors to discuss a variety of possible majors as well as many available career opportunities connected to each major.

Free food, giveaways and a chance to win prizes!


University Housing wants to send YOU to see Wicked at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta! Through an innovative program we call RPS Supports the Arts, we're able to treat 13 lucky residents to a free showing of the Broadway hit and a free dinner! Enter for cahnce to go and find out more on our blog.

Glory Bound: A Voyage Into The Underground Railroad is a guided interactive re-creation of the Underground Railroad that allows participants to experience the voyage of fleeing slavery in search of freedom. Reed Community prides itself on how Glory Bound has touched the lives of many participants throughout the years and is now recognized not only as an educational experience, but a beacon of University Housing programming tradition. This annual program is hosted by the hall councils, staff members and residents from the four residence halls that represent the Reed Community. The goal of the program is to help the University of Georgia campus and the greater Athens community understand what slaves endured to achieve freedom and to help us appreciate the liberties we enjoy today. 

University Housing is celebrating Black History Month with several special programs and events, including keynote speaker, Soledad O'Brien as part of CNN's Black in America Tour. Featured panalists include Kamau Bell and Dr. Julianne Malveaux. Additional special programs include Reed Community's Glory Bound: A Journey through the Underground Railroad and Myers Community's The Power of the ‘N’ Word. All events are free for UGA students.

Click "read more" for a list of all Black History Month campus events.

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