UGA Family and Consumer Sciences outreach, resources, and programs help improve the quality of life for individuals and families in Georgia. We provide training, disseminate research-based publications, and link families, businesses and communities to university faculty and resources.
We provide research-based information to help individuals and their families live healthier, happier lives through maintaining a nutritious and active lifestyle.
We teach about water and energy conservation, reducing waste, buying or renting a home and improving the indoor environment.
We are human development and family life specialists in Georgia who use the latest research to help children, teens, adults, and families thrive.
Here you'll find useful information on fibers and textiles, including recommendations for care and a wide array of solutions to common textile disasters.
We are specialists in nutrition, food safety, child development, housing, and other areas who help you keep individuals and families healthy.
The ASPIRE Clinic provides holistic counseling and education services to UGA and the Athens community.
The Child Development Lab at McPhaul provides programs on a full-day basis for children ages 8 weeks to 5 years.
The CARE Lab focuses on understanding what promotes healthy couple relationships across diverse populations.
What is Outreach, Extension and Public Service?
Outreach is UGA's mission to provide knowledge to all people in Georgia to improve the quality of life.
Extension agents share training, research and publications through Extension offices.
Public Service extends university resources linking the expertise of our faculty to families, businesses, and communities.
- Zvonkovic named dean of College of Family and Consumer Sciences one week ago
- UGA relationship education program helping military couples thrive 3 weeks ago
- Fox earns Lifetime Achievement Award from APLU Board on Human Sciences one month ago
- Diabetes Life Lines Newsletter, Vol. 35, No. 3, Fall 2021 about 2 months ago
- Diabetes Life Lines Newsletter, Vol. 35, No. 2, Summer 2021 5 months ago