Student Organizations

Enhance your college experience by joining a student organization. Whether you are part-time or full-time, graduate or undergraduate, domestic or international, there is always an organization to help you connect with peers who share your interests or career goals.

New student organizations must contact Sarah Dalton in the Office of Student Engagement Business Office (opens new window) by March 1 to be eligible for funds in the following academic year. Please refer to Engagement, Leadership and Service (opens new window) for more information.

Student organizations must register with the Office of Engagement, Leadership, and Service (opens new window) each year by May 31 in order to have a website for the academic year. These websites will enable each organization to have contact with students, list meetings, advertise to prospective students, and be linked to the MFECOE website. MFECOE organizations need to be sure their organizations have listed COE on their profile. Jackie Phillips can assist with questions about the registration process.

For questions about COE organizations contact Callie Cole (opens new window).

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Career & Information Studies Graduate Association (CISGA) (opens new window)

The Career and Information Studies Graduate Association (CISGA) fosters relationships and communication between students and faculty in the Department of Career and Information Studies to establish a community of shared knowledge and collaboration.

College Student Affairs Administration Graduate Association (CSAAGA) (opens new window)

The College Student Affairs Administration Student Association (CSASAGA) is a student-led organization that serves as a social and educational group for students interested in student affairs, faculty, and staff. This group also helps facilitate the College Student Affairs Administration (CSAA) master’s degree program orientation that is designed to assist the adjustment process for new students entering the program. Throughout the year, additional social and educational events are promoted, sponsored, and coordinated by CSAAGA.

Collegiate Middle Level Association (opens new window)

CMLA is a professional education organization for students in the Middle Grades Education program that provides pre-service middle grades educators the opportunity to network with other professionals in their career path, hear from guest speakers from the field, and interact with other pre-service teachers within the university.

CommunicAID+ Nation at UGA (opens new window)

By offering access to direct and affordable services, providing financial assistance, and by supplying assistive technology devices, CommunicAID+ Nation enables individuals with communication disorders to access the world around them.

Graduate Researchers in Educational Psychology (GREP) (opens new window)

GREP organizes professional development opportunities for graduate students, supports students for conference travel, provides student representation within the department and on department committees, and supports and promotes student scholarship in educational psychology.

International Association of Reading Graduate Students (IARGS) (opens new window)

IARGS is a student organization that supports the study and initiatives related to literacy.

Journal of Language and Literacy Education (JoLLE) (opens new window)

JoLLE (ISSN #1559-9035) is a double-masked, peer-reviewed, open access, scholarly journal. JoLLE publishes two issues each year: one in the fall (open submissions) and one in the spring (aligned with the theme of that year's JoLLE@UGA® Winter Conference.

Mathematics Education Student Association (MESA) (opens new window)

MESA seeks to engage and support UGA mathematics education students in community, professional improvement, and academic excellence. MESA does this by hosting social events, colloquium speakers, and panels on various mathematics education topics.

National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA) (opens new window)

UGA's NSSLHA Chapter is dedicated to students interested in the CMSD major and/or field of Speech Language Pathology (SLP)/Audiology. Our overarching mission is to raise money and awareness for the UGA Speech and Hearing Clinic while also providing volunteer, shadowing, and fundraising opportunities to our members.

School Counselor Association at UGA (UGASCA) (opens new window)

The goal of the School Counselor Association at UGA is to complement the academic pursuits of future school counselors through professional development opportunities, mentorship, and student life activities.