UGA Gwinnett Campus Resources
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The Office of Academic Affairs provides onsite support for academic programs and leadership for the UGA Gwinnett Campus. Areas of support and service include information technology, facility coordination, library and general administration. The office reports organizationally to the Office of the Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost at UGA’s Athens campus.
The academic affairs office provides guidance and assistance to faculty and staff of UGA programs offered or housed at the Gwinnett Campus. The office directs prospective and current graduate students to appropriate resources for information and assistance. One of the goals of academic affairs is to increase public awareness of the expanding educational opportunities at the Gwinnett Campus and promote program growth through advertising within the Gwinnett and surrounding area. Lastly, this office works to promote positive community relations by participating in community activities and responding to local needs as they relate to UGA programs.
Office of Academic Affairs
|Dr. Ruth Bettandorff, Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs and Director of Gwinnett Campus||678-985-6802|
|Julie Donlin, Administrative Specialist||678-985-6802|
|Jill Rhoden, Administrative Associate||678-985-6807|
|Carole Wheeler, Business Manager||678-985-6816|
|David Kirkindoll, Facilities Manager||678-985-6766|
|Ben Hall, Library Associate||678-985-6798|
|Information and Audio-Visual Technology|
|IT Gwinnett helpdesk||678-985-6799|
|Andy Gerlach, IT Professional Associate||678-985-6799|
|Glenn Roberts, Systems Administrator Specialist||678-985-6829|
|Don Mofield, Network Administrator Specialist||678-985-6828|
The Office of Student Affairs is responsible for ensuring Gwinnett Campus students receive programs and services that support success, stimulate learning, and promote an environment of growth and civility. We support UGA’s academic mission through our commitment to the development of the whole student by contributing to students’ physical, occupational, social, intellectual, spiritual and emotional growth.
Programs, Services, and Referrals
- Testing services, including IDL test proctoring
- Disability accommodations
- University and course withdrawals after the midpoint
- Student leadership, including activities and organizations
- Recreational sports and fitness activities
- Freedom of expression and on-campus fundraising policies
- Multicultural programs
- Student handbook
Information and referrals to Athens-based UGA programs and services
- Student Financial Aid
- University Health Center
- Counseling and Psychiatric Services
- Violence Prevention
- Judicial Programs
- LGBT Student Resource Center
- Disability Resource Center
- African American Cultural Center
- International Student Life
- University Housing
- Greek Life
- Parents and Families Association
- Career Center
- Study Abroad
- And local crisis resources and counseling agencies
|Student Affairs staff|
|Dr. Teresa Raetz, Director of Student Affairs for Extended Campuses||678-985-6767|
|Lisa Bramlett, Administrative Associate||678-985-6767|
An electronic library offers students, faculty and staff 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. There are 10 workstations with computers and a reference librarian is on-site to assist students in identifying, locating and retrieving print materials.
Gwinnett Campus students have access to assistance with career planning and development. Get resume critiques, do mock interviews and work on job-search strategies in person or through virtual resources. Start your search now by accessing Dawglink, an electronic database of jobs and internships specifically for UGA students and alumni! Register at www.career.uga.edu
UGA's Career Center in Athens offers a career information library among other resources. You can schedule a phone appointment to speak with a career consultant by calling 706-542-3375.
UGA's Atlanta Alumni Center in Buckhead provides career resources to UGA alumni and may be able to assist with some of your career needs as well. For details, visit www.career.uga.edu
MBA students can also seek career advice from the Terry College of Business’ career counselor, located in room 159 of the UGA Gwinnett Campus.
When you earn a UGA degree you join a network of more than 200,000 alumni in Georgia, across the country and around the world. The UGA Alumni Association is a membership organization that proudly supports the academic excellence, best interests and traditions of Georgia's flagship University and its alumni worldwide.
UGA's Gwinnett Campus occupies 60,000 square feet of the Intellicenter Building on Sever Road.
Read about classrooms, the library, bookstore and other facilities.