As part of a health campaign put on by FDNS 2500 students, April 11-20 is Stress Free FACS week!
Learn some tips on how to handle stress before finals hit.
Find us on Instagram at StressFreeFACS and be sure to post your own tips on how to handle stress with #StressFreeFACS.
Check out our table in Dawson on Wednesday, April 13, to learn about stress, healthy stress management, and to get a free coloring sheet.
The Student Affairs Leadership minor (15 hours) will provide students with knowledge and skills related to working in higher education in functional areas related to college student services. Students will take coursework in the history and foundations of student affairs, college student development theory, administrative practices, environmental management, and program design and development. Students will have a field experience (internship) working in a student affairs functional unit at the conclusion of their coursework. In addition, there are a number of approved elective courses to complete the 15 hour requirement. Courses offered for Fall 2016 include:
CRN #37050 – ECHD 4400 Introduction to Leadership in Student Affairs – Tuesday & Thursday 2:00-3:15pm
CRN #30146 – ECHD 4420 Working with College Students – Tuesday & Thursday 3:30-4:45pm
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Goldman Sachs 2016 Undergraduate Camp
DATES: May 23-25, 2016
LOCATION: Goldman Sachs New York City area or Salt Lake City office
APPLICATION DEADLINE: April 24, 2016
The Goldman Sachs Undergraduate Camp is a three-day program for undergraduate freshmen or sophomores who are black, Hispanic/Latino and/or Native American from any academic background that will provide insight and exposure to the people, divisions, and offices at the firm.
Through interactive sessions designed to teach, challenge, and inspire, attendees will have the opportunity to explore the different career paths at the firm and build meaningful relationships with each other and Goldman Sachs professionals.
The program will be hosted simultaneously in the New York City area and Salt Lake City offices.
Eligible students should be:
To complete your application:
Please note Goldman Sachs will provide domestic travel within the U.S. and hotel accommodations.
Summer and Fall Graduates:
Graduation checks for Summer 2016 and Fall 2016 graduates will take place April 18-29.
A graduation check is an optional appointment with the FACS graduation officer to review your progress towards graduation and confirm you will complete all requirements the semester in which you plan to graduate. A graduation check is not required to graduate. As long as you apply for graduation during the semester in which you plan to graduate, your record will be evaluated and, if you have satisfied all requirements, you will be cleared for graduation.
To schedule a graduation check, send an email with your availability to Kelly King.
Please note, a graduation check does not replace a regular advising appointment; you will not be cleared to register during a graduation check.
If you have any questions, please contact the Student Success and Advising Center.
Spring and Summer Graduates:
You are invited to attend FACS Convocation on Friday, May 13, at 3:00 p.m. at The Classic Center located at 300 North Thomas Street, Athens, GA 30601.
FACS Convocation is a more personal ceremony for all graduation candidates of the College of Family and Consumer Sciences. We hope that you will give us the opportunity to recognize you at this time. Family members are invited to attend. The event is free, but registration is required.
Please click the button below to complete the registration form no later than Friday, May 6.
We hope to see you there!
Reasons to apply early:
Want to connect with your campus recruiter? CLICK HERE!
Calling all Dawgs!
Join us in front of Dawson Hall for photos, cookies and fellowship prior to the annual G-Day game in Sanford Stadium.
We'll be out front ready to welcome you to campus, and a photographer will be on hand to take your picture in front of the iconic "Pou's Pillars."
Stop by and meet FACS dean Linda Kirk Fox as well as current and former faculty and staff members, and pose with one of our custom-made signs to show your love for FACS and the Dawgs.
We'll also have free "dawg-bone" cookies for you (until they run out!). No reservations are required. We hope you'll stop by and say hello on your way to the game!
Advice from the Big Dawgs
Thursday, April 14, 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Tate Grand Hall
Students, have you ever wanted to meet with prominent alumni and gain valuable networking tips and advice about life after UGA? Now is your chance!
The UGA Alumni Association is excited to present Advice from the Big Dawgs, a panel featuring Bulldog 100 business owners, including our very own Chase Lawrence, BSFCS ’05 (Housing), Founder and Principal Broker of CollegeTown Properties, and 2016 Bulldog 100 honoree.
This is your opportunity to create meaningful connections with successful UGA alumni, while gaining valuable insight into life after college.
Light refreshments will be served. The event is free, but registration is required.
Check out the FACS Events page for a complete listing of everything going on this week.
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