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Student Engagement

We provide opportunities for FACS students to get engaged with other students, professionals, faculty, and alumni. Utilize our programs below to get the most out of your stay at UGA and a head start on your career.

Learn. Grow. Go Showcase

This virtual event will showcase the experiential learning and other opportunities of the College’s various program and partnerships. Representatives (faculty, staff, and students) will share information and provide details on application deadlines and processes for respective programs.

Virtual Student Organizations Fair

This is a virtual event with no in-person component.  The event will showcase the College’s student organizations allowing representatives (faculty, staff, and students) to share information and provide details on their organization's mission and how becoming involved can lead to leadership opportunities, provide networking opportunities, and much more. 

FACS 2000

FACS 2000 prepares students to build their bridge to success by connecting you to people, resources, and opportunities at UGA and within the College of Family and Consumer Sciences.

FACS Day at the Capitol

Students, faculty, and supporters are invited to participate in a day trip to the Georgia State Capitol in Atlanta to show support of Family and Consumer Sciences.

Legislative Aide Leadership Fellows Progam

Experience the excitement of legislation in action and learn hands on skills in a high speed environment with an Athens-area legislator.

SSAC Internship

The SSAC internship helps students build skills in the areas of leadership, project managment, event planning, human resources, problem solving, communication, and more. 

Student Ambassadors

Ambassadors promote pride in FACS and help increase understanding of the various programs available to students.

Student Organizations

FACS hosts many student organizations to connect you with others of similar interests.

UGA Mentor Program

Mentoring is important, not only because of the knowledge and skills students can learn from mentors, but also because mentoring provides professional socialization and personal support to facilitate success after graduation. Quality mentoring greatly enhances students' chances for success.

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