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  1. Jun 30, 2022 · Housing history. The University of Georgia has housed students on campus since 1806. The first building on campus, Old College, which was modeled after Connecticut Hall at Yale University, served as a residence hall and classroom area for UGA’s very first students. This was 21 years after the University of Georgia was founded.

  2. Apr 19, 2021 · The History of UGA OoS: Created by students, sustained by students. The year was 2008; the momentum for sustainability initiatives was building, and student energy was high. Sustainability offices were popping up at colleges throughout the country — and UGA students decided that their school would be next. “They were going to make it happen ...

  3. Cooperative Extension has taught life skills and lessons to millions of young people through caring adult leaders. Since its inception, 4-H has stood behind the idea that youth is the single strongest catalyst for change. From its rural roots in agriculture, the club has grown into a global organization that teaches kids life skills.

  4. History - UGA Social Work - UGA Social Work. For more than five decades the UGA School of Social Work has found innovative ways to advance UGA’s mission of teaching, research and service. Since its founding in 1964, the school has conferred more than 7,000 degrees and grown from offering a single master’s degree in social work to a bachelor ...

  5. UGA Libraries renovates a 1910 Carnegie Library to serve as an electronic library and learning commons for the Health Sciences Campus. Previously serving as the Normal School library and, later, a Navy museum, the Carnegie Library Learning Center is now an information hub for students in the AU-UGA Medical Partnership and the College of Public ...

  6. The official 4-H emblem is a four-leaf clover with an "H" in each leaf and the stem turned to the right. 1924: First Georgia 4-H camp opens in Athens. Camp Wilkins, Georgia’s first 4-H camp, opens in Athens on the site of what is now the Driftmier Engineering Building on the University of Georgia campus. 1927: 4-H pledge and motto are adopted.

  7. After the American entry into the First World War in April of 1917, the decision was made by the University of Georgia to suspend its athletics programs for the duration of the conflict. The athletes of the University did their part, trading their jerseys and footballs for gas masks and steel helmets.

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