Monday, April 29, 2013
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Student Learning Center, Room 104
This event is for high school students, parents, counselors, and educators. Students will be able to apply for Dual Enrollment at the University of Georgia's Griffin Campus as well as learn about admissions options for earning a UGA degree. What happens when your initial application to UGA is denied? Come out and learn more!
Thursday, May 9, 2013 - 10:00am
Spring 2013 Graduation & Brick Ceremony
Stuckey Auditorium &
Naomi Champan Woodruff Pavilion
The University of Georgia Griffin Campus celebrates its Spring 2013 graduation class. Family and friends of graduates are invited to join us in recognizing their accomplishments and bright future.
A UGA education. Closer than you think.
Students who want the quality and value of a University of Georgia education can pursue a variety of undergraduate or graduate degrees at UGA’s Griffin Campus offered through the following UGA schools and colleges:
- College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
- College of Education
- College of Family and Consumer Sciences
- Franklin College of Arts and Sciences
- Terry College of Business
The undergraduate programs, first offered in Griffin in 2005, are degree-completion programs for transfer students or those seeking a second bachelor’s degree. Eight undergraduate majors are now offered, plus graduate programs in agricultural leadership, mathematics education and workforce education.
UGA Griffin Campus, located 40 miles south of Atlanta, was established as the Georgia Experiment Station in 1888. A new student learning center opened in August 2009 and classes are held in the building. See The Griffin Campus for photos from the dedication ceremony.
Visit the website maintained by UGA's College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences for information about research and other CAES activities at the Griffin Campus: http://www.caes.uga.edu/campus/griffin
Coming Fall 2013
The UGA Griffin Campus’ new Bachelor of Arts (AB) Interdisciplinary Studies (IDS) degree in the Social Sciences will allow students to pursue a Psychology Concentration or a Sociology Concentration. This degree program, offered by UGA’s Franklin College of Arts & Sciences, prepares students for a wide range of career opportunities in a variety of settings, including government, health services, law enforcement, human resources, community service, advertising/public relations, and data analysis. It also provides a solid foundation for students who plan to go on to law school or to graduate programs in counseling, psychology, public administration, criminal justice, and advertising/marketing.
Students who enroll in our new AB/IDS degree program will enjoy the benefits of small class sizes and individual mentoring from faculty while earning a degree from one of the top 25 public research universities in the nation, the University of Georgia.
For more information, please visit the Franklin College page or contact Faye Chatman, Program Director, at 770-229-3016 or Contact Us Today!
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