Welcome, or welcome back, to the UGA Gwinnett Campus! The Gwinnett Campus is open Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. – 10 p.m. and Saturday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. (The campus is closed on Sundays and on scheduled holidays.) Our staff is available during the regular work week and on evenings and Saturdays to assist you and your students. If you need anything, just ask at the Front Desk in the UGA Lobby on the first floor. Here are more details:
Classroom Scheduling, Events, Faculty Prep Area, Room Set-Up
Jill Rhoden, Assistant Director, email@example.com, 678-985-6807
- Classrooms are scheduled according to the registrar’s list of class dates and times. If you wish to make changes, please notify Jill ASAP. Without advance notice of changes, you may not have a classroom you need.
- Final exam dates are not included in regular scheduling. Rooms must be scheduled with Jill in advance for exams or final presentations.
- Classroom doors are automatically unlocked 30 minutes before scheduled classes begin, and automatically locked about 30 minutes after classes end. If you need access at any other times, please contact Jill in advance for assistance.
- Space is at a premium, and empty rooms may be needed by other classes and events. Please let us know when you cancel a class by copying Jill on your email to your students.
- You are welcome to use any open and unreserved breakout rooms or other free areas whenever you are on the campus. You can also reserve a breakout room for meetings with students by contacting Lisa Jackson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- To reserve individual space in the second-floor Faculty Prep Area, please contact Jill.
Food on the Gwinnett Campus
Before serving any food in classrooms, please check with Jill for guidance and assistance. Jill can also connect you with nearby caterers. Please do not schedule potlucks in your classes or bring small kitchen appliances (toasters, coffee pots, slow cookers, etc.) to campus.
Vending machines, filtered water & ice dispenser, a microwave, and a refrigerator are available for student and faculty use in the UGA Lobby. You are welcome to bring food from home or pick up food on your way to campus. The campus doesn’t provide utensils, so be sure to bring your fork and spoon with you.
We have faculty copiers located in the Academic Affairs Suite in Room 153 and near the Faculty Prep Area on the 2nd floor.Your home academic department should provide a copier code for your use on the Gwinnett Campus (this is different from your Athens campus code). Your department also provides all office supplies and equipment.
IT and classroom support: Just call 678-985-6799 or email@example.com for assistance. We have classroom support available every night until 6:30 or 7 PM and on Saturdays from 8 AM to 5 PM.
Research support, Galileo, library materials, borrowing books, library computers, WEPA printing services: Contact Mr. C., Charles Crisman, our Gwinnett Campus librarian, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 678-985-6798. If you would like for Mr. C. to come to your class to provide a subject-specific research tutorial, please contact him to schedule a time. Mr. C. also provides student support for paper topic ideas, proper citation, and avoiding plagiarism. Students can schedule an appointment with him to discuss papers early in the writing process.
Student and faculty IDs: Please schedule an appointment with Lisa Bramlett at email@example.com to obtain a UGA ID. Note that you don’t need an ID to use the Gwinnett Campus library or to park on our campus.
Campus closings/emergency information: In inclement weather, check the website at http://gwinnett.uga.edu and tune in to local television for information about campus closures or late starts. Weather-related closures are determined based on the conditions at the Gwinnett Campus. Gwinnett is NOT closed just because Athens Campus may be closed. Gwinnett Campus is closed for official UGA holidays and occasionally when no classes or events are scheduled.
Security awareness on the Gwinnett Campus: While the Gwinnett Campus is a safe place, it’s also a public place where the usual concerns about property crimes apply. When you’re on campus, keep an eye on your personal belongings and consider a few simple recommendations:
- Do not prop locked building doors open for others to use. Even if it’s just for a minute, it’s a security risk.
- Keep your personal belongings near you or locked in your trunk at all times, and leave your valuables at home.
Please note that children under the age of 16 cannot be left unaccompanied anywhere on the UGA Gwinnett Campus. Our campus is located in a public, open-access building with no one available to watch over young children. You may decide to allow students to bring their children to your classes. Children need to stay in the classroom with their parent or guardian at all times.
UGA Gwinnett Campus adheres to all University of Georgia academic policies and procedures:http://provost.uga.edu/index.php/policies
Registration, financial aid, student activities, student accounts, veterans’ assistance, holds on students’ records, Program of Study forms, graduation: Kristina Beevers can help. Kristina is located in the Student Services Suite in the UGA Lobby, and students can reach out to her by email and phone for assistance: firstname.lastname@example.org or 678-985-6790.
Hardship withdrawals, BARC, Title IX: Dr. Laura Crawley assists with hardship withdrawals only after the final withdrawal date for the semester. Students do not need a hardship withdrawal to withdraw from classes prior to the final withdrawal date. Dr. Crawley also connects with the Behavioral Assessment and Response Council for UGA, and serves as the Title IX Coordinator for the Gwinnett Campus for sex discrimination, harassment, and assault: email@example.com, 678-985-6805.
UGA Gwinnett students DO NOT pay the UGA health services fee; thus they are not eligible to use the student health center or counseling center in Athens. Students who may need referrals for counseling can reach out to Ben Hall, Assistant Director for Student and Faculty Services in Gwinnett, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 678-985-6798.
Disability Resources: The UGA Gwinnett Campus supports accommodations according to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), as administered by the Disability Resource Center on the main campus in Athens. For information about accommodations, please click here: https://drc.uga.edu/content_page/faculty-accommodation-guidelines.
We have a notary public on the Gwinnett Campus. Carole Wheeler, our business manager, is also a notary public. She is available, by appointment only, Monday – Friday from 8 AM to 5 PM. You can email Carole at email@example.com.
We have a security guard available on campus to escort people to their cars, if necessary. Stop by the security desk in the building lobby to request an escort.
A private lactation room is located on the second floor. Contact Lisa Jackson for details or to reserve the space if needed: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Defibrillator (AED) units and First Aid kits are located at the UGA Front Desk and in the 1st and 2nd floor break rooms.
If you need any additional information, just let us know. Have a great semester!