Below are links to some of the resources offered by UGA Griffin to students. If you can’t find the resource you’re looking for, please contact the Office of Academic & Student Affairs.
The MyUGA Portal is a landing page that contains links to many resources including Athena, DegreeWorks, eLC, and your UGAMail.
For all technology issues, please see the Griffin Campus Office of Information Technology section. Included is contact and availability information.
View student account transactions and balance, make electronic payment, set up direct deposit, establish authorized users and view tax reporting information by clicking “My Student Account” at The Bursar’s Office.
The Office of Student Financial Aid informs prospective and current students of the resources and services available to them to secure funds for financing their education. The office advises students of their eligibility for financial assistance in a timely manner and educates them about the financial and academic responsibilities associated with the receipt of that aid.
Student Code of Conduct
The office of Student Affairs in Athens defines the code of conduct that students must follow when attending any campus of the University of Georgia. To view the student code of conduct, use the link below.
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Advising & Registration
Registering for classes and adjusting class schedules, including dropping and adding classes, are some of the options available to students through Athena, the UGA registration system. Additional information is provided by the Office of the Registrar.
Because of the breadth of academic programs available at the University of Georgia and the unique requirements of many programs, academic advising is handled by the individual schools and colleges. UGA Griffin students are advised on site each semester by the academic advisor for their program of study.
Use the UGA Bulletin to explore and compare majors, minors and certificates, as well as to research courses to take.
Among its many services, UGA’s Career Center helps students choose a major, decide upon a career, and develop job search techniques, such as resume writing and interviewing skills. The Center also offers assistance to alumni in finding new jobs and meeting career needs. All on campus Federal Work Study positions are also posted through the Career Center. UGA Griffin students are encouraged to create a Handshake account through the Career Center’s homepage to take advantage of their many services.
UGA Griffin Campus offers resume revisions, mock interviews, and occasional career prep workshops.
Email Cherry Rawlins (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call (770) 412-4400 for more information.
The Disability Resource Center (DRC) handles the scheduling & facilitation of accommodations for those with disabilities. If you require disability accommodations or would like more information, please follow the link below.
English as a Second Language
Crestview Baptist Church at 1670 North Expressway, Griffin GA offers free English as a Second Language classes in their Fellowship Hall. The classes are designed to assist students who have primary languages other than English. The classes provide assistance with speaking and understanding the English language with a primary focus on conversational English.
International Student Local Resources
Mental Health & Well-Being
On-site counseling services are offered to all UGA Griffin students. If you are a UGA Griffin student and are interested in scheduling a counseling appointment, fill out and submit the online counseling appointment form. Students who make an appointment with the counselor should fill out the Counseling Intake Form and bring it with them to their first appointment.
Spalding County and its surrounding counties have maintained lists of local resources. These resources include subjects including, but not limited to food and utility assistance, substance abuse, counseling services, civic groups, disabilities, disaster relief and parenting. To learn more about these resources, click on the corresponding county:
Networking with experienced UGA alumni can help you get ahead in life and career, but where do you even start? The UGA Mentor Program narrows down the world of possibilities to meaningful connections. Through the UGA Mentor Program, you can search for an alumni mentor using a variety of search criteria including: industry, identity, major, location and more. If you’re not sure where to start, there are guidelines, icebreakers, and resources on this site to help you along the way.
New Student Orientation
Undergraduate orientation is a one-day session held before the start of the fall and spring semesters, typically during the week before classes start. The sessions consist of presentations by Academic Affairs and Student Affairs regarding policies/procedures and general academic and campus information. After the session, students have the opportunity to meet with program coordinators, as well as with representatives of the Office of Student Financial Aid and the Office of the Registrar; to interact with UGA-Griffin faculty, staff, and continuing students; to gain access to their UGA MyID and email account; and to receive access cards that allow them to open campus gates and gain access to some campus buildings after hours.
Graduate students are given a brief orientation session on the first night of class.
Sexual Assault Response Team (SART)
Many resources are available to UGA students impacted by relationship violence, sexual violence, stalking and harassment. There is help both on and off the UGA Griffin campus. The University of Georgia’s Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) is intended to coordinate and assist the University of Georgia in delivering the highest quality of services to victims/survivors of sexual assault. Students at UGA-Griffin who are in need of SART services can download the SART Resources Chart for more information about local resources. There are also additional local resources available, linked below.
The Office of Student Affairs provides testing information and services for Constitution and History exams for UGA Griffin students. Students who need to take one or more of these tests should fill out the OSA Testing Registration form at least five (5) days prior to the scheduled exam.
Three Rivers Transit
Griffin does not have a mass transit system, however, Griffin does have a public transport program which operates under a demand response model. The Three Rivers Regional Commission Rural Public Transportation Program services Butts, Carroll, Lamar, Meriwether, Pike, Spalding, and Upson counties. It requires residents to call 24 hours in advance for transportation reservations. The bus picks up residents from their location and drops them off at their requested destination. TRRC charges a $2.00 one way fare within Butts, Lamar, Pike, Spalding, and Upson counties. To schedule a ride please call one of the following numbers 24 to 48 hours in advance. 855-407-7433, or 844-778-7826, or 678-588-9456.
For more detailed information, please visit the Three Rivers website below.
Your UGA OneCard is your ID card for UGA. Athens processes UGA OneCard requests. The cost is $30, which can be paid by debit/credit card, check, or money order (cash not accepted).