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Resources on UGA’s Campus You Should Be Using

This article is written by a student writer from the Her Campus at UGA chapter.

The Writing Center in Park Hall

You can make an appointment online and professors and grad students will sit down with you and discuss how to improve your work so you’re sure to make that A on whatever writing assignment you turn in. https://writingcenter.english.uga.edu/


Enforcement hours for the parking lots

This is super helpful for off campus students who don’t have a parking pass and need to get to campus for an extra curricular activity. Peep the map for details. http://www.parking.uga.edu/maps/TimeZones.pdf


Food places

There are a ton of places to get food on campus without having to go to a dining hall. Aderhold Hall, Science Learning Center, University of Georgia Golf Course, Biological Sciences, Russell Hall, Health Sciences Campus, Tate Student Center, Miller Learning, Veterinary Medical Center, Environmental Health Science, Joe Frank Harris Commons and the Main Library all have their own eateries serving a varieties of food so if you are ever hungry check out which one is closest to you.


LGBTQ Resource Center


Located in 221 Memorial Hall, the LGBTQ Resource Center is open 8 am – 5 pm, Monday through Friday. It has its own library and is a great place to seek help and hang out in between classes! https://lgbtcenter.uga.edu/


Career Center



What can the career center not help you with? That list is pretty slim. You can go to the career center as a student and work through figuring out your major, get resume critiques, get listings of jobs in your field among other things. The career center is where it’s at. You can make an appointment for extensive help and they also host walk in hours. http://career.uga.edu/


Drop-in tutoring

Various departments have drop in tutoring such as math, chemistry, statistics, accounting, etc. Be sure to look into walk in tutoring times in the department you need help in. Also, if your subject doesn’t have walk in hours, there is always a student on campus willing to tutor you!


Caitlyn is a fourth year student at the University of Georgia. She is pursuing a double degree in journalism and women's studies with a new media certificate and an interdisciplinary writing certificate. She is the Campus Correspondent for Her Campus UGA. Caitlyn spends her free time drinking tea, being a book worm, and imagining new fictional characters to write about.