Choose your campus — take a course wherever you are this summer!
Whether you’re going to be in Athens, going home, working at a summer job or internship, or studying abroad, summer online courses will help you stay on track while you do what you do. There are hundreds of courses available, from core classes to electives that fulfill your major requirements.
For more information about online learning, visit online.uga.edu »
Located in the Classic City of Athens, approximately an hour northeast of Atlanta,
the main University of Georgia campus thrives in a community that promotes the benefits
of a culture-rich college town with a strong economic center. The campus is home to
17 schools and colleges, more than 28,000 undergraduate students, and nearly 6,000
graduate students. During the summer, the Athens campus enrolls over 15,000 students,
providing smaller class sizes and lower student-instructor ratios than during the
academic year, creating a more relaxed environment for learning.
Athens maintains its vitality during the summer with an annual music festival, farmer’s market and other popular attractions in the city. There’s also an abundance of outdoor summer activities to take advantage of in the Athens and northeast Georgia area, like hiking, kayaking, white water rafting and cycling. If you’re thinking about taking classes in Athens, here are some resources to consider:
Live on campus! Living on campus allows you to be a part of an active and fun community that enhances your overall university experience. On-campus housing is available to UGA students enrolled in at least one course per summer session in 2018.
For housing registration and rate information, visit housing.uga.edu »
Grab a bite to eat! UGA Food Services offers a healthy variety of food options during summer sessions in several convenient locations.
For dining hours, locations and rates, visit foodservice.uga.edu »
Park your car! If you bring your car to campus, whether you are commuting or living on campus, you’ll need to get a parking permit. Maymester and summer session permits are available after spring permits have expired and may be purchased in the UGA Parking Services office on the first floor of Joe Frank Harris Commons.
For parking maps, rates and registration information, visit parking.uga.edu »
Hop aboard! Campus Transit makes it easy to get around campus. Daytime and evening bus services are available on a slightly reduced schedule from the academic year, with no overnight or weekend service.
For bus route map and schedules, visit transit.uga.edu »
Get a little help with your classes! The Academic Resource Center, located in Milledge Hall behind Sanford Stadium, hosts a vast number of resources for students, including free tutoring, test review sessions, counseling, and academic assistance. These services are free, convenient, and offered year-round.
To learn more about the services provided at the ARC, or to schedule tutoring or counseling appointments, visit dae.uga.edu/tutoring »
Take a dip! Legion Pool is conveniently located at the heart of campus on Lumpkin Street across from the Tate Student Center. The 75-by-160-foot pool is the perfect place to relax and study between classes or join your friends for water volleyball. Legion Pool typically opens at the end of May. For more information, visit tate.uga.edu/legionpool.
Graduate Student Learning
The University of Georgia Gwinnett Campus serves the educational needs of working professionals and businesses in the metro-Atlanta area and beyond. Conveniently located in Lawrenceville off Old Peachtree Road and I-85, the campus provides graduate-level programs designed for working professionals, as well as credit and non-credit professional development courses and programs through the Georgia Center for Continuing Education, Small Business Development Center, and the Carl Vinson Institute of Government.
To help students keep pace with their professional careers and families, the campus offers an accommodating schedule of night and Saturday classes and a broad range of student support services. UGA-Gwinnett is a full-service campus; offering 60,000 square feet of instructional and support space, including access to computer labs, library and study rooms, as well as student services. The Gwinnett Campus library offers access to the UGA Libraries and collections of other colleges and universities in the University System of Georgia, as well as to the GALILEO suite of databases.
The UGA-Gwinnett Campus is a valuable resource for working professionals who seek graduate education and professional development, while providing convenience and accessibility to accommodate busy schedules. For more information, visit gwinnett.uga.edu »
Graduate Student Learning
The Terry College of Business offers two UGA MBA programs in metro Atlanta.
The Executive MBA offers mid-to-senior level managers leadership development, international experience, and an invaluable network of contacts. EMBA students complete their degree on the weekend in 18 months.
In the Professional MBA, working professionals can earn a degree in 23-months without putting their careers on hold. Offered at two convenient locations, the Terry Executive Education Center in Buckhead and the UGA Gwinnett campus, students build a strong network through the program’s cohort structure while maximizing learning through a flexible curriculum delivery format that includes distance learning.
For more information, visit terry.uga.edu/about/campuses/atlanta »
Undergraduate and Graduate Student LearningUniversity of Georgia Griffin was originally established as Georgia Experiment Station in 1888 and has played an integral role in the development of modern agriculture. While the campus is mostly known for its groundbreaking advancements in agricultural and environmental sciences, UGA-Griffin began offering degree completion programs in 2005.
Students at UGA-Griffin enjoy low student-to-faculty ratios, and many students are able to take advantage of on-campus work and directed research opportunities so that they can gain real-world work experience while earning their University of Georgia degree.
For more information about online learning, visit griffin.uga.edu »
Undergraduate and Graduate Student LearningEarn your UGA degree in south Georgia! The University of Georgia Tifton Campus brings advanced degrees from the state's flagship university closer to home for many in South Georgia, the hub of the state's No. 1, multibillion dollar, diverse agricultural industry.
For more information about online learning, visit Tifton Campus »