Professionals in Suite 125 can help students connect to main campus resources, check registration status and holds, confirm student's ID numbers, look up scheduling of classes, and answer any questions students may have.
Students can get a UGA ID created at the UGA Gwinnett Campus. The cost is $20, and there is typically a waiting time of 2-4 days for the finished ID to arrive. Please see the front desk for assistance.
The Disability Resource Center provides services to students who have physical, cognitive, or psychological impairments to create an accessible academic, social, and physical environment for students with disabilities. Examples include chronic illness, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, learning disability, hearing impairment, visual impairment, mobility impairment, psychological impairment, and traumatic brain injury. For more information on services please contact Lisa Bramlett, (678) 985-6801. She will assist you with contacting the DRC and initiating the process.
Staff on the Gwinnett Campus can proctor exams taken through the Office of Online Learning; for students who need alternative testing arrangements, such as for disability accommodations; and for students enrolled in distance learning at other institutions. For more information on the testing services available through the Office of Student Affairs contact Lisa Bramlett, (678) 985-6801.
Periodically, Gwinnett Student Affairs offers tickets for Atlanta-area cultural events and seminars hosted by the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce. These tickets are deeply discounted or free for students. These opportunities are advertised to students via emails, newsletter announcements, fliers, and posters.
Coffee and Culture is an on-going series in which students can enjoy some coffee or tea and a guest artist in a few minutes before class or on a class break.
The campus creates opportunities and events that support healthy habits and lifestyles in a format that meets the unique needs of Gwinnett Campus students. Look for opportunities to get tips, information, and wellness help in a “grab and go” format. Our most popular Healthy Habits offering is our regular Stress Relief event, where students can get a free chair massage before class or during a break. Check the Student Life Calendar for upcoming events.
The UGA Gwinnett Campus offers on-site tech support for all students, faculty, and staff. To receive immediate assistance, call the Gwinnett Help Desk at (678) 985-6799 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ten study rooms are available seating from 4–12 participants, with two rooms offering video-conferencing capabilities. To reserve these rooms contact the front reception desk at (678) 985-6801.
Vending machines with beverages and snacks are located near the main reception desk. In addition, there is a refrigerator and microwave for students to use, as well as a small eating area in the main lobby.
Parking is available on either side of the building. Parking is free and shared by UGA program participants and other building tenants. No parking decal is needed.
The Gwinnett Campus is dedicated to providing a safe and secure learning environment. We have a security guard on campus to escort people to their cars late at night. Just stop by the security desk in the building lobby to request an escort.
Please remember that Gwinnett Campus is a public building. To help maintain the safety of the building, please,
- Do not prop locked building doors open for others to use.
- Keep your personal belongings near you or locked in your trunk at all times. Don’t leave your belongings out and unattended while you’re in the building, and don’t leave belongings in plain sight in your car.
- Leave valuables at home. If you don’t need it for class, don’t bring it with you.