CETL: How do you take care of yourself?

Faculty and Staff: Recognizing the Need for Self-Care Mon, Mar 8   |   2:00-3:15 pm, Zoom   |   Facilitators: Angie Wheelus & Josie Baudier With such a tumultuous last year, many students are trying to work through stressors. In the meantime, you are also dealing with stressful and emotional situations. Join us to learn more about why […]

Next Week In Wellness

Be sure to mark your calendars for next week’s exciting Wellness events: Date Time Sponsor Activity Tuesday, 3/2 12:00 pm Kaiser Permanente Ready, Set, Goal: Creating Healthy Habits (Password: Thrive123) Wednesday, 3/3 11:00 am KEPRO Supporting Your Child’s Mental Health Thursday, 3/4 12:00 pm Fidelity Navigating Market Volatility  Thursday, 3/4 12:00 pm USG Well-being Food […]

OneUSG Connect Will Be Unavailable February 26 – 27, 2021

Good Morning, OneUSG Connect will be unavailable to all University System of Georgia employees from 11:15 p.m., Friday, February 26, until 7 a.m., Saturday, February 27, 2021. Please note the updated start time. During this time, Employee Self Service and Manager Self Service will not be available. Benefits will be available. Time clocks will be operational in […]

Have an Idea for a Co-curricular Activity?

Do you have an idea for a co-curricular activity or field trip? Is there something you would like to see us offer our students that would complement instruction in the classroom and propel their success? Let us know! Fill out this form with your idea and the pertinent information, and your idea may come to […]


The Lady Chargers continue their strong start to the 2021 season this weekend with a two game series with Albany Tech. The Lady Chargers are 9-1 on the year and are undefeated in GCAA Conference play. Tip off for Friday’s game is 5:30pm and on Saturday tip off is 12:00pm. Come out and support our […]

USG e-clips for February 23, 2021

University System News: WRDW For AU Health, vaccine flows again after a week of delays By Tyria Goines On Monday morning, Augusta University Health received more shipments of COVID-19 vaccines from the Georgia state allotment. The medical center is scheduled to received shipments from South Carolina soon after. Another shipment is expected to roll in […]

USG e-clips for February 24, 2021

University System News: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution AJC On Campus: Emory’s COVID-19 spike, GGC’s lifesaver By Eric Stirgus Georgia lawmakers picked up the pace last week by hearing several bills that could alter the state’s public colleges and universities operate and who gets in those schools. Meanwhile, Georgia’s largest private university is making news with a […]