Hurricane Dorian Update for Savannah Campus

UPDATE FOR SAVANNAH CAMPUS! Due to the threat of Hurricane Dorian and Governor Brian Kemp’s mandatory evacuation of the coastal Georgia area, including Chatham County, the College of Pharmacy’s extended campus in Savannah will be closed Tuesday, Sept. 3 and Wednesday, Sept. 4. Please do not report to campus; we urge everyone in this area to heed Gov. Kemp’s evacuation orders, which get underway at noon Monday, Sept. 2. Savannah students: Course coordinators will reach out to you directly for alternate arrangement for classes and studies.

At this time, no other campuses will be impacted. Classes will be held as regularly scheduled on the Albany, Augusta and Athens campuses.

The safety and well being of our students, faculty and staff is paramount. The College will closely monitor the potential impact of Dorian and will promptly notify those effected of any additional class cancellations and campus closures. Please continue to check your UGA email and follow our social media for updates. Visit the following sites for information on emergency preparedness:,

Savannah PharmDawgs: Be safe, and let us know if you are in need of any assistance.

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