2 weeks prior to traveling you MUST complete a VIN form @ the following
web site https://webapps.ais.uga.edu/UVDB-VP/home.seam
STUDENT ACTIVITIES FUNDS
2 weeks prior to traveling you MUST complete a Travel Authorization form
for Student Activities funds to be used
Registration for conferences may be paid Student Activities fees
10% of student activities fees may be used for travel. You can’t spend more than
DEAN’S TRAVEL FUNDS
Registration for conferences may be paid by these funds.
Travel reimbursements will be paid by these funds ie: hotel, airfare, meals while
you travel if you save the receipts. You are allowed Breakfast: $6.00 per person
Lunch: $7.00 per person Dinner: $15.00 per person
WHEN YOU RETURN
Bring Original Receipts with a ZERO balance for hotel and airfare
Gas is NOT a reimbursable travel expense for your car
All travel must be turned in by May 15th for reimbursement
ALL TRAVEL MUST BE TURNED IN NO LATER THAN 2 WEEKS AFTER
ITINERARIES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED AS RECEIPTS
GROUP PURCHASES AND EVENTS
Must be approved by Student Affairs (Dr. Wolfgang & Renee Dobbs) PRIOR to
event or purchase planned
Must submit receipts paid by one individual
Food for monthly or organizational hour meetings is not allowed.
ORGANIZATIONS will NOT be reimbursed; you must reimburse the student who
paid in full and submit his/her receipt
STUDENT ACTIVITIES FUNDS MAY BE USED FOR TRAVEL AND CONFERENCE REGISTRATION ONLY
PLEASE DIRECT ALL QUESTIONS TO RENEE DOBBS PRIOR TO TRAVELING.
Health & Wellness
The Academic Affairs Wellness Program is committed to creating a healthy community through the development of wellness initiatives, education, counseling, and curriculum.
All students at the College of Veterinary Medicine have access to free, confidential counseling services. Services are offered at three convenient locations: the College of Veterinary Medicine, the Veterinary Medical Center and at CAPS (Counseling and Psychiatric Services) located in the Student Health Center. Counseling is available on site at the CVM and VMC on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm. To make an appointment, please call CAPS at 706-542-2273 and identify yourself as a vet student.
Student Health Center
Full-time students pay a health fee each semester providing them the opportunity to receive multi-disciplinary health care, wellness and health maintenance at the University Health Center.
The Office of Academic Affairs offering free tutoring for students in the 1st and 2nd year curriculum. Our tutors are current DVM students that performed well in the specific course. Most tutoring sessions are done in a group setting. Students interested in learning more about the program or interested in requesting a tutor can contact Kelli Chase in the Office of Academic Affairs.
The Bulldawg Support Network (BSN) is a network of trained peer supporters at the College of Veterinary Medicine. They are available to anyone that needs some extra help or support. They are not counselors, but are aware of professional services available at the CVM and in the greater Athens community.
The ASPIRE Clinic is a unique resource on campus that provides holistic counseling and education services for the UGA community. Their services include individual, couple, and family therapy, financial counseling & education, nutrition counseling & education, and legal problem solving.
The Disability Resource Center (DRC) is committed to providing equal access for student with disabilities at UGA. The professional staff is available to work with students on their disability-related needs and to create appropriate plans for academic support, accommodations, and services.
The Ramsey Center is the student recreational and athletic facility located on UGA’s East Campus. Full time students can use the facility for free. The facility includes a pool, basketball courts, an indoor track, climbing and bouldering walls, racquetball courts, and a weight-training space. For an additional fee students can purchase group and instructional fitness passes for access to a wide variety of classes offered at the facility.
During spring semester each year, P1-P3 students enrolled in the Doctor of Pharmacy program are eligible to apply for scholarships offered by the College of Pharmacy. Scholarships vary in amount each year depending on available funds and the number of qualifying students. Students may apply for up to three scholarships; however, students are only eligible to receive one.
The scholarships for incoming first year students available through the College of Pharmacy are awarded through a special process.
In order to be considered for a scholarship, students must first complete an application through an online application system. In the spring term, students receive an email from the Office of the Dean which includes a link to the application in addition to details regarding completing the scholarship submission process. Students may be required to submit additional documentation detailed in the descriptions of each scholarship. To learn more about the scholarships currently available, follow the navigation links on the right of this page.
To be considered for need-based scholarships and for need eligibility to be determined, students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at: http://www.fafsa.gov by the priority deadline.
The Dean appoints faculty members from across the college to serve on the Scholarships and Awards Committee. The committee reviews all application materials and makes award determinations, adhering strictly to the criteria established for each scholarship.
For questions regarding the scholarship application process, please contact Gloria Strait in the Dean’s Office in the College of Pharmacy at email@example.com or 706.542.8166.
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