In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, Athens-Clarke County (ACC) has declared a local state of emergency and adopted a local ordinance imposing shelter-in-place requirements applicable to individuals and businesses in Athens-Clarke County.
The health and wellbeing of residents is University Housing’s highest priority. We have revised to our rigorous cleaning protocols, increased the frequency of touchpoint disinfection and added soap dispensers, paper towel dispensers, hand sanitation stations and sanitizing wipe dispensers in all buildings. Moreover, we will remind residents that a healthy environment is their responsibility, too. Habits such as wearing masks, staying six feet apart, limiting visitors and washing hands will be crucial to preventing illness from spreading. Every small act is a reminder that we’re in this together. For updates and FAQ, please visit https://housing.uga.edu/site/notices.
Campus Messages regarding Housing
Frequently Asked Questions about Housing
Yes. All residence halls, apartments and townhomes will remain open, even if they would normally close for break periods. Staff will be available and responding to work requests. Operations will continue as normal.
More information on University housing can be found here.
UGA housing has several hundred rooms identified for students who need to isolate, and who do not have the ability to return to their permanent home. These spaces have exterior exits, a microwave, refrigerator, and in-room bathrooms. University Housing will provide disinfection kits, hygiene kits and linens to students in these spaces. UGA’s Student Care and Outreach will engage with all students who require isolation and will assist them based on their individual circumstances.
Student Care and Outreach is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and accepts walk-ins and phone calls throughout those hours. If you prefer, you can schedule an appointment by calling (706) 542-7774 or emailing email@example.com.