Success at UGA

Know what it takes to be successful at the University of Georgia and remember to take care of yourself.

One of biggest differences between high school and college is that you are now responsible for yourself and your success.

If you are struggling with school, seek help. This can be through meeting with professors, finding a tutor, or registering with the Disability Resource Center.

If you are struggling with your health, seek help. You can find several resources at University Health Services, listed below. 

Academic Honesty
While attending UGA, you are responsible for following the rules set forth by Academic Integrity. Click here to view their webpage for more information about the guidelines and consequences of violation.

It's easy to get overworked and overwhelmed your first year of college—remember to take care of yourself! Your student fees pay for a variety of services to help you stay healthy and well.


Contact the DRC

Clark Howell Hall
825 South Lumpkin Street

VOICE: (706) 542-8719
FAX: (706) 542-7719
TTY: (706) 542-8778



Monday - Friday

8:00am - 5:00pm