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See for yourself how much the University of Georgia College of Education has to offer! We are happy to host you for a campus visit, and offer several different options to fit your needs and schedule.

We offer classes at our main campus in Athens, Georgia, as well as in Gwinnett and Griffin. If you are interested in a particular program and would like to learn more about the campus experience, schedule a visit!


Take Part in a First Friday Event

Visit the UGA campus on the first Friday of each month during the academic year for special tours for incoming first-year and transfer students. This special event includes:

  • Presentations and Q&A with undergraduate admissions and financial aid
  • Tips from our career consultant on transitioning to UGA
  • A panel discussion with academic advisors about your major(s) of interest
  • Student Ambassador-led tours of Aderhold, Ramsey, and North Campus

.. and more! First Friday participants also leave with special information packets, College of Education-themed items and more. And because First Friday is not a full-day event, you will have plenty of time to explore the rest of what UGA and downtown Athens has to offer.

Schedule Your Visit →


Schedule a One-on-One Meeting

You can schedule a meeting with a program representative to learn more about the student experience and our exciting programs and opportunities. We will do our best to accommodate every request, but depending upon program representative availability and time frame of request, we may not always be able to accommodate your first choice. Connect with a graduate advisor for details on scheduling a more personalized tour.



We offer a full range of undergraduate and graduate degrees for both full- and part-time students. Take a tour from one of our student ambassadors and find out what it's like to live in one of the best college towns in the country.



Our Gwinnett campus offers graduate degrees in adult education, educational administration and policy, human resources and organizational development, educational leadership, learning, design and technology, and Ed.S. and Ph.D. degrees in counseling.



Our Griffin campus offers undergraduate degrees in special education and agricultural education, and graduate degrees in mathematics education, student affairs leadership and workforce education.