Who we are:
UGA’s chapter of College Republicans is the nation’s largest chapter. We are the official representatives of the Georgia Association of College Republicans and the College Republican National Committee on campus at UGA. We have been recognized for our excellence in campaign work, campus outreach, bringing in high-profile speakers and training some of the brightest minds of the political and public policy world. Our organization has been an active force in elections at the campus, local, statewide and national levels. We have traveled across the southeast for presidential elections, organized rallies for gubernatorial candidates and we have provided hundreds of volunteer hours to local campaigns.
UGACRs is the political home of all on-campus beliefs within the Republican Party. From moderates to conservatives and everyone in between, we pride ourselves on uniting our party, and we support and encourage a respectful and open dialogue. The diverse opinions within our party make us grow healthy and strong, and we welcome intellectual debate at any level.
What we do:
UGACRs serves three main purposes. First, we aim to educate members of the UGA community about the principles of the Republican Party. Second, we aid in the election of Republican candidates at the local, state and national levels. Third, we seek to develop the political skills and leadership abilities of our members in order to prepare them for future service to the Republican Party and their community.
To achieve these goals, UGACRs offers many unique experiences, including our weekly chapter meetings, opportunities for networking which can lead to internships and employment, a venue to develop leadership skills and professional behavior, face-to-face interaction with elected officials and a central gathering point around which like-minded Republicans on campus can build lasting friendships.
While the UGA College Republicans welcomes the multitude of different views from the political figures we host at our meetings, the beliefs of our guests do not necessarily reflect the beliefs of our organization or our members, and therefore, should not be considered representatives of the UGA College Republicans.
All press requests, including requests for quotations, interviews, comments or general inquiries, may be submitted to Public Relations Director Kate Hester at firstname.lastname@example.org. She is our designated media contact, and therefore she is the only UGACRs member that should be contacted with regards to fulfilling requests unless otherwise stated.
If the request involves planning an appearance by UGACRs or any of its members in an official capacity or as a participant in an event (including a debate, voter registration drive, etc.), please also email Executive Director Caroline Anderson at email@example.com.
All requests will be reviewed on an individual basis. UGACRs reserves the right to fulfill or deny any request for any reason. As a matter of general policy, UGACRs does not fulfill requests for personal class projects and assignments.
Statements, quotations, interviews and/or any other type of communication from anyone other than the Public Relations Director, the Chairman and/or any other designated organizational spokesperson do not represent the official positions and opinions of UGACRs.
All UGACRs press releases can be found on our Releases page, which is under the Press tab in the menu bar. Media outlets are welcome to copy, post, reproduce, or distribute our press releases.
Recent news stories featuring UGACRs can be found on our News page, which is under the Press tab in the menu bar.
Any photos found on our Gallery page, which is in the menu bar, may be used by media outlets. Media outlets may also use photos and information from other pages on our website, including our executive board photos on the Executive Board page under the About Us tab in the menu bar. Additionally, photos posted originally by UGACRs on our social media accounts may also be used by media outlets.
Outlets may request usage of any photo that does not fall under the above guidelines. All requests will be reviewed on an individual basis. UGACRs reserves the right to fulfill or deny any request for any reason. For outlets who receive approval for this request, UGACRs does not permit these outlets to redistribute our content to a third party unless otherwise stated.
In any case, media outlets must credit the UGA College Republicans with photo credits. Photos may not be used in ways that are misrepresentative of the original poster's intent, may not be defaced and may not be deceptively cropped or edited in any way.
Media outlets may use logos found on this page only. Logos may only be used for promotional or journalistic purposes.
Outlets may request usage of any logo or organizational branding tool that does not fall under the above guidelines. All requests will be reviewed on an individual basis. UGACRs reserves the right to fulfill or deny any request for any reason. For outlets who receive approval for this request, UGACRs does not permit these outlets to redistribute our content to a third party unless otherwise stated.
Logos may not be used in ways that are misrepresentative of the original poster's intent and may not be deceptively cropped or edited in any way. Additionally, logos may not be defaced, which includes, but is not limited to: changing the colors, editing or deleting text, changing the proportions of the elements within the logo, adding a shadow, distorting the logo, stretching the logo, rotating or tilting the logo, removal of any part or element and/or placing the logo on top of a background that distracts from the logo or renders it illegible.
UGACRs features the following social media platforms:
Only explicit posts made by our organization to our accounts represent our opinions and positions. Shares, retweets, likes, and/or other similar forms of non-original posting does not equal endorsement unless otherwise stated.