​UGA Student Handbook

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Student Handbook Extended Campuses

The Student Handbook is published by the Division of Student Affairs. Since the programs and services described herein are subject to continuous review and evaluation, this document is intended for informational use only. Any portion of this handbook in conflict with the policies of the Board of Regents shall be null and void and of no effect whatsoever.

University of Georgia Gwinnett Campus

Assistant VP for Academic Affairs/Director of Gwinnett Campus: Laura Crawley, Ph.D.
Location: 2530 Sever Road, Suite 153, Lawrenceville GA 30043
Phone: 678-985-6802
lcrawley@uga.edu

The University of Georgia Gwinnett Campus is a highly accessible and vibrant center of advanced learning for non-traditional and working professionals in the greater Atlanta and northeast Georgia area. UGA-Gwinnett offers 17 graduate degree programs, as well as certificate programs and professional development opportunities. Classes are offered in a convenient Atlanta location, off I-85 at the Old Peachtree Road exit. With evening and Saturday classes, students can pursue an advanced degree while continuing to work full-time. Visit www.gwinnett.uga.edu for a complete list of degree programs and how to apply.

University of Georgia Griffin Campus

Assistant Provost and Campus Director, Griffin Campus: Lew Hunnicutt, Ph.D.
Location: 1109 Experiment Street, Flynt Building 203, Griffin, GA 30223
Telephone: 770-228-7263
lhunnicutt@uga.edu

Griffin Campus Contact: Chrystal McDowell
Telephone: 770-412-4400
ccm16@uga.edu

All bachelor’s degree programs are upper-division programs for transfer students or those seeking a second bachelor’s degree. Prospective students need to have completed 60 transferable credit hours with a minimum 2.8 grade point average. The degree earned is a UGA degree.

The following UGA academic programs are offered at the Griffin Campus:

College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences

Bachelor of Science in Agriculture, Agribusiness (B.S.A.)
Bachelor of Science in Agriculture, Agricultural Education (B.S.A)
Bachelor of Science in Agriculture, Biological Sciences (B.S.A.)
Bachelor of Science in Environmental Resources Science, Environmental Resource Services (B.S.E.S.)
Bachelor of Science in Agriculture, Food Industry Marketing and Administration (B.S.A.)
Master of Agricultural and Environmental Education 

Franklin College of Arts and Sciences

Bachelor of Science in Microbiology (B.S.)
Interdisciplinary Studies with Sociology or Psychology Concentration (A.B.)

College of Family and Consumer Sciences

Bachelor of Science in Family and Consumer Sciences, Consumer Economics (B.S.F.C.S.)

Terry College of Business

Bachelor of Business Administration, General Business (B.B.A.)

College of Education

Special Education (B.S.Ed.)
K-5 Math Endorsement
Educational Specialist in Workforce Education 
Master of Education in Workforce Education
Master of Education, Mathematics Education (M.Ed.)
Education Specialist, Mathematics Education (Ed.S.)

Doctor of Education, Workforce Education (Ed.D.)
Doctor of Education, Student Affairs Leadership (EdD)

University of Georgia Tifton Campus

Director of Academic Programs: Jason Peake 
Admissions Couselor: Breanna Coursey 

Location: NESPAL / TDC Building, 2360 Rainwater Road, Tifton, GA 31793
Phone: 229-386-3528
Fax: 229-386-3626

ugatift@uga.edu

All bachelor’s degree programs are upper-division programs for transfer students or those seeking a second bachelor’s degree. Prospective students need to have completed 60 transferable credit hours with a minimum 2.8 grade point average. The degree earned is a UGA degree.