In 2018, the UGA Tifton Campus will celebrate its Centennial celebration. The campus includes 7,000 acres in south Georgia with research farms and centers at Attapulgus, Camilla, Midville and Plains.
Research is done on a wide range of commodities, including cotton, peanuts, vegetables and turfgrass, all of which make agriculture the No. 1 industry in Georgia.
In 2004, a teaching program was initiated and it has been growing ever since. College-level instruction on campus is aimed at undergraduate and graduate-degree level study.