Division of Student Affairs
The Division of Student Affairs works to create a community for students outside the classroom that encourages engagement, learning, and personal growth. The Division includes many departments focused on assisting students and providing services that will enhance their educational experience at GRU. From residence life to disability services, fitness to student conduct, orientation to health, and counseling to student engagement, the division is here to help students make GRU their home and achieve continued success.
We hope all students will take advantage of all the opportunities that student life at GRU has to offer, as a way to add value to their experiences in the classroom. However you decide to get involved on campus or in the community, we hope your time at GRU makes a meaningful difference in your life.
- Georgia Regents University and Health System contributed more than $400,000 to local community organizations, events, and fundraisers.
- Children’s Hospital of Georgia will provide free asthma screenings and education from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 7 at the Kroc Center.
- Children’s Hospital of Georgia patient Emma Rhae Taylor has been named the 2013 Georgia Champion by the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals