United Campus Workers of Georgia Local 3265

Recent News

UCW members from across that state took time this week to speak out.  Our employers evaluate us all the time so we took a moment to "grade" them too!  The result?  The Board of Regents got an F in all three categories: worker's equity, dignity and safety.  Check out some of the images from our actions!

On March 10, 2021, UCWGA members held a virtual press briefing to unveil documents obtained through open records requests that expose how Corvias, a private real estate construction, development, and management company that has a multibillion dollar student housing contract with USG, lobbied eight universities across the country to reopen during the pandemic and failed to provide services covered by its contract with USG.

Members of the United Campus Workers of Georgia are profoundly alarmed by a request received by many educators at University System of Georgia (USG) institutions across the state by Representative Dunahoo that we answer questions related to topics surrounding oppression.  We believe it is an incursion on quality education in our classrooms as well as a violation of academic freedom.

Steven Wrigley, USG Chancellor On Tuesday, January 12, 2021, Steven Wrigley, Chancellor of the University System of Georgia, announced his upcoming retirement.  This is great news for campus workers throughout the university system.  Chancellor Wrigley presided over a period