UGA Resources

The following units, programs and organizations are involved in advancing diversity at UGA and beyond.

Administrative Units

Office of Institutional Diversity

OID leads a focused institutional effort to evaluate existing programs and develop new initiatives to support diversity and equity at UGA.

Office of International Education

Promotes international education at UGA and abroad.

Equal Opportunity Office

Monitors compliance with federal and state laws and Board of Regents and UGA policies.

Academic Units

Institute for African American Studies

Offers an undergraduate major and certificate program.

Institute for African Studies

Offers two minors and certificate program.

Center for Asian Studies

Guides academic programs and exchanges.

Latin American and Caribbean Studies Institute

Offers undergraduate major and certificate programs.

Institute of Native American Studies

Offers undergraduate and graduate certificate programs.

Institute for Women’s Studies

Offers undergraduate major and minor.

Diversity Research

Civil Rights Digital Library

Helps users discover primary sources and educational materials on the civil rights movement.

Foot Soldier Project for Civil Rights Studies

Focuses on unsung foot soldiers of the civil rights movement.

Center for Research and Engagement in Diversity (RED)

Collective of diversity scholars and graduate students at UGA.

Student-Focused Units / Groups

Department of Intercultural Affairs

Encompasses African American Cultural Center, Multicultural Services and Programs, International Student Life and LGBT Resource Center.

Disability Resource Center

Coordinates academic and support services for students with disabilities.

Graduate and Professional Scholars (GAPS)

Student organization that provides academic and social support for underrepresented graduate and professional students.

Center for Student Organizations

Offers searchable index of some 600 registered student organizations at UGA.