The Division of Student Affairs is dedicated to curating a first-choice student experience by providing the services, facilities, programs, and people to help students succeed. These resources and activities are under the direction of the Vice President for Student Affairs.
Students and others who desire more information about the services available or who need assistance are encouraged to contact the appropriate offices listed below:
Art, Drama, and Music
The Programs of Art, Music, and Theatre Arts programs sponsor a wide variety of activities, including plays, recitals and exhibitions of art by students and faculty as well as occasional traveling exhibits.
The Art Program presents numerous exhibitions, presentations, and artist lectures from visiting artist in one of the three art galleries in the Humanities Building throughout the year. These are free and open to all students. The Art Program also hosts an annual UWG student art exhibition every spring semester, which is open to all university students to submit art works.
The Music Program offers students numerous opportunities to perform. Whether music majors or non-music majors, students participate in a wide range of music performance activities for university credit. Vocal ensembles include the Concert Choir, Chamber Singers, and Opera Workshop. The bands include the Marching Band, Basketball Band, Wind Ensemble, Symphonic Band, Jazz Ensemble, Jazz Combos, and a variety of small woodwind, brass, and percussion ensembles. The Music Program presents an opera each year as well.
The Theatre Program stages five major productions each year, one of which is a musical. In addition, at least one of them is student devised and/or written. Students from all programs are eligible to audition for theatre productions. Contact the Theatre Program by calling 678-839-4700 or emailing email@example.com.
All students are eligible to audition for major theater productions and musical performance groups.
Student publications include The West Georgian, an award-winning weekly campus newspaper, and The Eclectic, a literary magazine published each spring semester. Each of these has a student editor and student staff.
The WOLF Internet Radio is staffed by students and provides entertainment and information for the campus and surrounding area as well as valuable instruction and experience for students in the mass communications field. Students interested in television production create programs at WUTV that air over the local cable channel.