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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!


Virtual Info Sessions

The Mary Frances Early College of Education will be hosting Zoom presentations for prospective students this semester. These Virtual Info Sessions are available by request Monday-Friday until December 4th, 2020. They are hosted by our Recruitment and Visit Coordinator, Gabby Graham, and last about 30 minutes. The presentation highlights advising, student life, and student resources. Gabby will also be available for questions after the presentation is over

This is not an advising appointment, so please hold questions specifically about classes and transcripts for when you meet with your advisor.

Please Note: All prospective student events will be held on a virtual platform through the end of the fall semester, and while we do hope to be able to host students on campus in the Spring, we will be making final decisions later this semester based on CDC recommendations and University guidelines.

If you have questions about anything at all, or if these dates do not work with your schedule, please email Gabby Graham. Thank you, and we are so excited to meet you!

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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.