Quickly find indoor and outdoor study spaces across campus with UGA's interactive map.

Study spaces at a glance:

The Division of Marketing & Communications developed signage and other resources to help units communicate during the pandemic. Current approved signage can be found here.

The University System of Georgia encourages people to wear masks based on their preference and assessment of personal risk.

Departments that are interested in having masks on hand can order them at no cost while supplies last through UGAmart

Any students who want face coverings can pick them up at no cost at Information Desks in the Tate Student Center and the Miller Learning Center while supplies last.

Follow this link to learn more about proper masks and masking behaviors.

At the close of the Fall Semester 2021, the Preventative Measures Advisory Board (PMAB) transitioned to an inactive status. Many of its recommendations from the previous two academic years are now standard operating procedures at UGA.  While the PMAB is no longer holding regular meetings or responding directly to requests for assistance in identifying and implementing preventative measures regarding the SARS-CoV-2 virus and COVID-19, the PMAB members stand ready to actively engage in providing guidance and recommendations to the University community should conditions change. The Environmental Safety Division remains available to support the University community and will continue to operate and monitor the PMAB Help Desk to answer questions or concerns regarding SARS-CoV-2 virus and COVID-19 preventative measures.

PMAB is led by co-chairs Lisa Nolan, Dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine, and John McCollum, Associate Vice President for Environmental Safety. Many of its recommendations during the pandemic are now standard operating procedures at UGA.

Campus Messages regarding Campus Information

Frequently Asked Questions about Campus Information

Departments should determine for themselves whether to keep or remove plexiglass based on their needs/assessment. Most are free standing and can be removed by the unit if they choose. FMD is looking into setting up collection days and times to facilitate removal and disposal and will notify units when that plan is in place. 

Quickly find indoor and outdoor study spaces across campus with UGA’s interactive map.

Study spaces at a glance:

Need a spot to log in to your online class while on campus? Consider using one of the Zoom Zones at the Main Library or the Miller Learning Center. The Main Library’s fourth floor study room is perfect for engaging in classes because it’s a place where talking isn’t frowned upon. At the MLC, the east side of the second and third floors (near the stadium) are designated as Zoom Zones. Headphones are encouraged, but feel free to speak up and engage in your online class in those study spots.

The standard sizes advertised and made by FMD are 24”X30”, 36”X30” and 48”X30”.  Some custom installations are also available at the units’ request based on the specific needs of their faculty, staff and students which also determines the type, size, use and location of the plexiglass barriers.

If viral conditions change substantially, we will be ready to adapt to keep our community safe. We will continue to provide health and safety counsel to senior administrators as needed. We are constantly monitoring local, national, and global viral conditions and will make changes to our policies if necessary.

If necessary, the university will communicate with campus community members about protocols and other changes through emails, social media posts and updates to the COVID-19 website.

International students, especially those from countries impacted by COVID‑19, should:

  1. Exercise proactive measures around planned travel. Specifically, students should monitor airline service and immigration policy updates, and consider alternative plans if warranted.
  2. Consult with their UGA Immigration Services advisor if they have questions related to potential visa and immigration status implications.
  3. Contact UGA’s Department of International Student Life with any other questions or concerns.

The University System of Georgia (USG) continues to recognize COVID-19 vaccines and boosters offer safe, effective protection and urges all students, faculty, staff, and visitors to get vaccinated and/or boosted either on campus or with a local provider. As USG works closely with the Georgia Department of Public Health to prioritize the health and safety of campus communities, the system encourages people to wear masks based on their preference and assessment of personal risk.

Departments that are interested in having masks on hand can order them at no cost while supplies last through UGAmart

Any students who want face coverings can pick them up at no cost at Information Desks in the Tate Student Center and the Miller Learning Center while supplies last.

Learn more about proper masks and masking behaviors.