COVID-19 Updates and Resources
The College of Engineering has created this page to provide our faculty, staff and students with the latest updates and resources on the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Stay informed by visiting this page regularly.
A Message from Dean Leo to UGA Engineering Community
The last few weeks have been extremely challenging for all of us. It is hard to believe only three weeks ago we started Spring Break, wished our students well, and let them know we would see them back on campus soon. As we all know, since that time events have overtaken our university, our communities, and our nation in ways hardly anyone could have expected. Foremost on our mind in these uncertain times is the hope that you, your family, and those around you are safe and healthy.
- Message from Dean Leo to UGA Engineering Students
March 25, 2020
- University Health Center includes RSVP, CAPS online/phone availability, as well as mental health tips
- Undergraduate emergency funding
- Graduate emergency funding
- Undergraduate Academic Advising Appointments
- Student resources for distance learning
- Tips for learning online
The University doesn't want technology to be a barrier to your academic progress. If you are in need of a laptop and/or a Wi-Fi hotspot, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to request a computer and/or hotspot. In the body of the email, simply state your name, 81x, and that you need a computer and/or hotspot. If you are unable to come to Athens, a few national companies are offering free or low cost internet including Charter Spectrum and Comcast.
- Support from the Division of Academic Enhancement for all students
- Writing Center appointments
- Student Care and Outreach
For Faculty and Staff
For immediate needs, please email email@example.com.
- Teaching continuity guide
- Engineering Education Transformations Institute online learning resources
- Tips for transitioning course material to an online format (pdf)
- Find the eLC rapid guide (pdf)
- For questions on student accomodations, email the Disability Resource Center
- Research FAQ