Important Documents and Information
PhD in Integrative Physiology and Pharmacology
UGA’s Interdisciplinary Toxicology Program
Dual DVM-PhD Program
Comparative Biomedical Science Program
Health Center and Insurance
Mental Health Statement
UGA Well-being Resources promote student success by cultivating a culture that supports a more active, healthy, and engaged student community.
Anyone needing assistance is encouraged to contact Student Care & Outreach (SCO) in the Division of Student Affairs at 706-542-8479 or visit sco.uga.edu. Student Care & Outreach helps students navigate difficult circumstances by connecting them with the most appropriate resources or services. They also administer the Embark@UGA program which supports students experiencing, or who have experienced, homelessness, foster care, or housing insecurity.
UGA provides both clinical and non-clinical options to support student well-being and mental health, any time, any place. Whether on campus, or studying from home or abroad, UGA Well-being Resources are here to help.
• Well-being Resources: well-being.uga.edu
• Student Care and Outreach: sco.uga.edu
• University Health Center: healthcenter.uga.edu
• Counseling and Psychiatric Services: caps.uga.edu or
CAPS 24/7 crisis support at 706-542-2273
• Health Promotion/ Fontaine Center: healthpromotion.uga.edu
• Disability Resource Center and Testing Services: drc.uga.edu
Additional information, including free digital well-being resources, can be accessed through the UGA app or by visiting https://well-being.uga.edu