University of Georgia

With exceptional academic programs, outstanding facilities, nurturing mentors, a diverse student body and countless opportunities to become active in campus life, niversity of Georgia excels at helping bright, energetic students broaden their minds, sharpen their focus and prepare for futures of great potential. As one of the top public universities in the nation, University of Georgia offers a culture of academic excellence and opportunity, made all the richer by our diverse community of scholar-citizens and vibrant student life program. Enhancing students’ educational experience is the beautiful campus and the thriving town of Athens—only 70 miles from Atlanta, a city rich in international arts and culture. Visit University of Georgia, and discover for yourself why so many people love the campus and the community.

Athens, with a population of just over 100,000, truly is the quintessential “college town.” The University’s campus borders downtown Athens where there is always something going on. Known as the Classic City because of its name and neoclassical architecture, Athens is located about 60 miles northeast of Atlanta in the forested foothills of northeast Georgia. The founders of the University of Georgia chose this once remote site for the University, naming the town after its Greek counterpart, a great center of learning. Even today there is little distinction between the City of Athens and the University of Georgia.

University_of_Georgia_housingThe University of Georgia provides comfortable, affordable and secure on-campus housing options in residential communities where the academic success and personal growth of resident students is encouraged and supported. All firstyear students are required to live on campus. First-year students get top priority in the assignments process over transfer, graduate and all other new incoming students. Graduate students may choose to live in either residence halls or in individual apartments. For more information about housing options, visit the University of Georgia website.

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