The University System of Georgia outlined recommendations on the discontinuation of various COVID-19 prevention methods following the Centers for Disease Control's new guidance for fully vaccinated Americans.
Georgia public universities will once again start requiring standardized test scores for enrollment in 2022.
Regents who oversee Georgia’s 26 public universities and colleges are restarting the search for a chancellor, saying they are still trying to find a permanent replacement for outgoing leader Steve Wrigley before he retires June 30.
The University of Georgia announced eligible spring graduates will have no limit on the number of guests in the stands for the 2021 Spring Commencement.
The University of Georgia provided a forecast of instructional plans for fall and summer semesters, and the school projects to resume "normal operations" by the 2021 fall semester.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation has arrested a University of Georgia maintenance worker on child molestation charges.
Josh Brooks will become the 12th athletic director of the University of Georgia Bulldogs, following the retirement of 10-year AD Greg McGarity.
After 10 years at the University of Georgia, Director of Athletics Greg McGarity will retire at the end of the year.
Two students from the Atlanta area have been chosen among the 32 U.S. Rhodes Scholars for 2021.
Jake Scott, the star safety who was the most valuable player in the Super Bowl that completed the Miami Dolphins’ 1972 perfect season before his relationship with coach Don Shula soured, died Thursday in Atlanta.
Researchers at the University of Georgia are studying whether exposure to COVID-19 or a vaccine offers some level of natural protection against reinfection.
Firefighters said they were able to quickly put out a fire on the University of Georgia campus on Friday evening.
The University of Georgia has established an endowment in memory of the law school’s first Black graduate, who died in August.
UGA faulty want staff, administrations and students to do more to stop the virus from reaching the Athens community. They said the community has a high number of people who are vulnerable to the virus.
The UGA fraternity chapter's operations have been suspended and its members are now under investigation by National Headquarters, The University of Georgia, and the school's interfraternity council.
The University of Georgia will not be allowing tailgating on campus during the football season due to fears over the COVID-19 pandemic.
UGA is reporting 1,417 new COVID-19 cases. The University said the majority of the positive tests are among students.
Coronavirus infections continue to spread at the University of Georgia, with the school reporting more than 1,400 new cases of COVID-19 in the past week.
The Georgia Department of Public Health reports more than 1,200 cases in Clarke County in the last two weeks. Some faculty and students say there is a lack of transparency from the University of Georgia when it comes to COVID-19 cases on campus.
There is no a standardized protocol for how campuses should collect and report cases. The University System of Georgia, the government entity overseeing 26 public universities and colleges, said that is to allow schools to personalize plans uniquely for their communities.