UGA Gwinnett

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 organizations as well as individuals, the Georgia Center for Continuing Education and the Small Business Development Center offer opportunities for learning and professional development – delivered on-site and/or online.

Events & Announcements

UGA Broadband Map Helps State Pinpoint Areas in Need

Nearly a year after unveiling a groundbreaking map that showed far more Georgians than previously thought were without broadband access, UGA's Carl Vinson Institute of Government  has helped the state distribute more than $400 million in grants to bring faster and more reliable internet service to communities throughout the state. Read more here.

Engage & Learn Grant Program Announces Spring 2022 Recipients

In its inaugural year, the Engage & Learn Grant Program awarded $20,000 in support of staff professional development opportunities to recipents from many units including Carl Vinson Institute of Government, College of Pharmacy, and Franklin College of Arts and Sciences. The deadline for the next round of grant applications is 11:59 p.m. on August 31st. Learn more here.

UGA Gwinnett Campus student website and workshop series now live

The Gwinnett Campus has launched a new student website, grad.gwinnnett.uga.edu. Visitors to the site will be able to access free online modules, sign-up for our workshops, and learn more about student resources. All are welcome. No MyID required.

UGA Gwinnett Campus Orientation Video