The Office of Government Relations serves as the primary point of contact between the University of Georgia and local, state and federal government offices and legislative bodies. Our Office works with elected officials, executive branch leaders and other universities to develop and implement strategies and programs to achieve public funding goals, and to foster positive and effective ongoing relationships, while improving the understanding of and support for the University's academic, research, technological, and public service goals.
Students at the University of Georgia will have the opportunity to intern as Chambliss Fellows in Washington, D.C., thanks to scholarship funds raised during the first Chambliss Leadership Forum dinner held Nov. 10 in Atlanta.read more
Before a crowd of hundreds, the University of Georgia Terry College of Business dedicated Correll Hall, Phase I of its future home, the Business Learning Community, and ceremoniously broke ground on Amos Hall, the centerpiece of the project's second phase.read more
In the race for federal funding, UGA has several strong advantages, and on Aug. 20-21, more than 30 congressional legislative staffers got a firsthand look at many including UGA's programs in veterinary medicine, infectious diseases and engineering.read more
UGA pharmacy student Dustin Orvin spent the summer on Capitol Hill, thanks to a fellowship program created by Congressman Buddy Carter (BSPh ’80).read more
The University of Georgia announces the creation of the Senator Saxby Chambliss Leadership Forum.read more
Incoming University of Georgia students have set a new record for academic quality, with the highest GPA and SAT scores in the university's 230-year history.read more
The University of Georgia School of Law has received a $500,000 gift to create the Stacey Godfrey Evans Scholarship for first-generation college graduates attending Georgia Law.read more