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Our graduates are in the top for highest starting salaries and lowest unemployment rate.

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Griffin Campus

The College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences offers a number of undergraduate and graduate programs at its campus in Griffin, Georgia.

For a world-class education in the heart of Georgia, consider Griffin as your new academic home.

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Academics Overview

Undergraduate programs at Griffin include:

Graduate programs at Griffin include:

If you are interested in transferring to our Griffin Campus, you will need to apply with the UGA Off-Site Application. See our Admissions page for more information about transferring to the Griffin Campus.

Scholarship opportunities
Learn more about the scholarship opportunities available to students in our college.

About Griffin

For more than 100 years, the Griffin Campus has played a leading role in the development of modern agriculture in the South. The campus was first established as the Georgia Experiment Station in 1888 as a result of the federal Hatch Act.

Early research focused on fertilizers and soil erosion, but soon a complete program of agricultural and environmental research developed. Griffin scientists helped revolutionize agribusiness and farming statewide by solving many persistent crop problems.

Today, the Griffin Campus is one of the premier agricultural research centers in the region and is poised to address research, extension and teaching needs of the 21st Century. Campus programs work toward the state land grant university mission: to teach, to inquire and to serve.

The undergraduate programs, first offered in Griffin in 2005, are degree-completion programs for transfer students or those seeking a second bachelor’s degree. Four undergraduate majors are now offered, plus graduate programs in agricultural leadership and education.

Visit the CAES Griffin Campus website for additional information on research and extension programs, campus history, news, events and more!

One in 100.

About 100 scholarships are available to CAES students. That's not counting HOPE and other scholarships at UGA.

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We've got more students seeing the world.

One-third of our college's student population studies abroad. Join them!

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“The opportunity to study abroad helped me grow in ways that otherwise would have been difficult in the United States.”

Andres Villegas, Biological Science ('98 BSA). International Agriculture Certificate ('98); South America Industrial Development Manager, Weyerhaeuser

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Be advised by the best.

CAES professors do more than lecture. They help guide students through their majors, and it shows. Our college had seven of the last 10 top UGA advisors.

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Our college has many faces.

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