UGA Women's Soccer Set to Begin Fall Season

Sep 10, 2020
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As The University of Georgia gears up for Fall sports, the Women's Soccer Team has gotten their schedule of games.

On Wednesday the SEC announced its schedule of games for the Fall 2020 soccer season. Because of COVID-19, the season has been shortened to include just eight regular-season games, against in-conference opponents. Following this limited season, the SEC tournament will begin in Orange Beach, Alabama on November 13th. / The University of Georgia

Despite the rising number of COVID-19 cases across the state, UGA will see in person attendance for their home football games. Some of those tickets are now available for UGA students. 

University of Georgia students can now register for tickets to home football games for the 2020 season. Tickets will be available until Friday, for all four of UGA’s home games.

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic tickets will be limited to 20-25% of what is normally available in Sanford Stadium. 

 According to release from the Univsersity System of Georgia (USG), while student cases of COVID-19 are increasing, the number of positive cases among faculty and staff remain low.

Media Release:

According to data released today by the University of Georgia in its weekly update to the campus community, student cases of COVID-19 rose again last week, while those of faculty and staff remained at a very low level.


UGA Forms Search Committee for New EOO Director

Sep 4, 2020
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After eight years of serving as Director of UGA’s Equal Opportunity Office, Janyce Dawkins will be retiring from the position on October 1. In response, The University of Georgia has formed a search committee to initiate a national search for its new director of the EOO.  

President Morehead released a statement regarding Dawkins’ service in her time as director:

“Under Dawkins’ leadership, EOO has played a pivotal role in ensuring that UGA provides a welcoming and inclusive environment for students, faculty, and staff that is free from discrimination and harassment.”

UGA increases COVID-19 testing

Sep 4, 2020

After a large increase in positive cases last week and reports of delayed testing appointments, UGA is expanding the number of symptomatic and asymptomatic tests they will perform each day.

According to university spokesperson Greg Trevor, testing capacity will be increased from about 360 tests a day to 500 tests a day. Trevor also responded to the reports from students of testing appointments being backed up, saying that this was caused by an issue with registration that has now been resolved and not a lack of available tests.