Transferring to UGA Griffin
The undergraduate degree programs offered at the Griffin Campus are degree-completion programs intended for transfer students and students seeking a second undergraduate degree. To apply to UGA Griffin, use the UGA Off-Site Application.
- Gordon College (ERS major)
- Georgia Perimeter College
All students are encouraged to consult with an academic counselor from both institutions as early as possible to plan course work to best meet their individual educational goals.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is there a difference between classes offered on the UGA campus in Griffin and the UGA campus in Athens?
The only difference is the location.
What degree will students receive at UGA Griffin?
Students will earn a University of Georgia degree just like all other students in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.
What are the entrance requirements?
Students must meet the University of Georgia transfer requirements. To be eligible for admission to UGA programs at any location, prospective students must have at least 60 transferable semester hours and a minimum GPA of 2.80.
How do I apply to UGA Griffin?
Students should apply to the University of Georgia as a transfer student and choose the 'List the degrees here' major in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. To apply to UGA Griffin, use the UGA Off-Site Application.
How much does it cost to attend UGA Griffin?
Visit the UGA Bursar's Office for the Tuition and Fees Schedule.
Where will the classes be held?
Courses will be taught in classrooms and laboratories on the UGA Griffin Campus.
Who will teach the classes?
All courses will be taught by University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences faculty members.
What about academic advising?
Students will be assigned to a UGA faculty member who will serve as their academic advisor.