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.
Leadership and Professional Development Grants
We want to support your development as a leader and one way we do that is Leadership and Professional Development Grants! These grants will allow you to take advantage of the many opportunities that come your way. If you are interested, please complete the application here. Please contact Dr. Teresa Raetz at email@example.com or 678.985.6767 with any questions. Applications must be submitted at least two weeks before the event you wish to attend.
Counseling and Student Personnel Services PhD Info Sessions
The Counseling and Student Personnel Services PhD program invites prospective students to attend an information session at the UGA Gwinnett Campus. The program is designed for individuals who have a Master’s degree and initial certification in school counseling. The dates and times for the information sessions are as follows:
6:30 Thursday, October 16, Room 124
Campus Sustainability Grants
The Office of Sustainability is now accepting proposals for the 2014-15 Campus Sustainability Grants Program. This competitive program provides funding for student-proposed projects designed to advance sustainability through education, research, service, and campus operations. For more information, visit the Campus Sustainability Grants Program on the Office of Sustainability website or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.