Healthy Dawg, University Health Center, University of Georgia

Health Promotion Department

We are committed to taking a proactive role in supporting the well-being
and academic success of the UGA community.

Healthy Dawg

Phone: 706-542-8690

Monday - Friday, 8 am - 5 pm
Closed from 12 noon - 1 pm

The Health Promotion Department is located on the first floor of the new wing of the University Health Center, at the corner of College Station and East Campus Road, on the University of Georgia campus.

Requesting a Program

If you would like a presentation or program for your classroom, student organization, residence hall or any other UGA organization, please follow the link on the right that says "Request a Program."

Outreach to the Community

Classroom presentations on a wide variety of health topics, including sexual health, alcohol and other drugs, nutrition, body image, eating disorders, tobacco cessation, sexual assault and more. If you are an instructor at the university and have a conference to go to or have a conflict with one of your scheduled classes, let us come to your class.

Educational materials on health issues are available through the Health Promotion Department. Written information is an essential tool to support people in taking control of their health and being informed consumers.

Patient Education

Health educators work in partnership with the clinician staff to help students learn about self-care and healthy lifestyles. By making an appointment with one of the health educators, you can talk to them about STIs, contraception, alcohol and other drugs, acquaintance rape issues, eating disorders, body image, nutrition, cholesterol and vegetarian eating.

Campus-wide Health Promotion Activities

Campus-wide special events are planned through out the year on a variety of relevant health issues. Look for announcements about these exciting programs.

National College Health Assessment (NCHA)

The National College Health Assessment (NCHA) is a survey, sponsored by the American College Health Association, which asks college students about their health and health risk behaviors. For more information and data about UGA students' health behaviors for 2011, view the following NCHA summaries:
ACHA-NCHA II Spring 2014 survey for University of Georgia
ACHA-NCHA II Spring 2014 survey for University of Georgia Graduate Students
ACHA-NCHA II Spring 2014 survey for University of Georgia Undergraduates.