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A UGA education. Closer than you think.

Looking for opportunities to advance your career? The University of Georgia offers a range of graduate degree programs at its Gwinnett Campus that can help you move ahead.

You’ll find programs of the same quality as those at our home campus in Athens, but delivered at our convenient location just off I-85 at the Old Peachtree Road exit. With flexible scheduling, you can pursue an advanced degree while continuing to work full time.

For businesses and organization as well as individuals, the Georgia Center for Continuing Education, the Small Business Development Center and the Education Technology Center also offer opportunities for learning and professional development – delivered on site and/or online.

Learn more about continuing education programs offered in Gwinnett through UGA's Center for Continuing Education.


Important Dates

Important dates

2014-2015 Academic Calendar


State of Education Conference
The College of Education will host the seventh annual State of Education Conference September 18th at the UGA Hotel and Conference Center in Athens. This one-day conference will include keynotes, breakout sessions, and panel discussions on several timely topics related to the State of Education in Georgia to include: Partnerships focused on student achievement, teacher induction, strategies for retaining highly effective teachers, performance-based measures of teacher effectiveness, teacher evaluation, and others. The last day to register is September 12th.

Free Leadership Development Opportunity
The UGA Gwinnett Campus is hosting a free series on common leadership challenges and you are invited! This informative series is presented by Cirrus Business Group and is free to you, but you must register to attend. Upcoming topics include: Getting Out of Your Way - September 30th. To find out more and register online: cirrusbusinessgroup.com.

Labor Day Hours
In observance of the Labor Day holiday, the UGA Gwinnett campus will be closed Saturday, August 30th through Monday, September 1st. We will return to regular operating hours on Tuesday, September 2nd.

Avoiding Plagiarism
How long has it been since you wrote an academic paper? You’re probably going to write one soon! Prepare yourself for the inevitable by reading up on the correct ways to conduct research and cite your sources. UGA takes academic honesty seriously. The tools and tactics you can use to avoid plagiarism can also help you to improve your research. Click here for useful guides and resources to help you cite your sources correctly.