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Terry is committed to preparing graduates to lead in business, their communities and beyond. With the Institute for Leadership Advancement as a guiding light, we aim to develop ethical leaders who embrace stewardship, excellence, integrity and purpose.

Through leadership curriculum, service projects, networking and experiential opportunities in every department and major, we empower all Terry students to make a difference today and develop the skills they need to lead tomorrow.

In addition, we are cultivating outstanding leadership research, with our Department of Management ranked first in the nation for research productivity.

Certificate Program

The Terry College offers two ways for students to earn a Certificate in Personal and Organizational Leadership: the two-year Leonard Leadership Scholars Program and the yearlong Leadership Fellows Program.

Speaker Series

Open to the UGA community, the Terry Leadership Speaker Series brings well-known leaders from a variety of organizations to share their leadership styles and experiences with students.

Leadership in Action

Bulldog 100

Terry is well represented on this annual list, which recognizes the fastest-growing organizations owned or operated by UGA alumni.

Terry Women’s Initiative

This inclusive initiative promotes the confidence and leadership skills needed for students to achieve their academic, personal and professional goals.

Deer Run Fellows Program

Small groups of Terry’s highest achievers participate in leadership classes with Dean Ayers and a weekend leadership retreat with former Coca-Cola CEO Doug Ivester and other executives.

Georgia MBA Veterans Club

This student club is dedicated to providing social, support and networking opportunities centered around the theme of military service

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