Griffin Campus

Learn more about CAES at UGA-Griffin
While the University of Georgia Griffin Campus is mostly known for its groundbreaking advancements in agricultural and environmental sciences, UGA-Griffin also offers a growing list of undergraduate degree completion programs and full graduate degree programs from five of UGA’s schools and colleges.

Griffin Campus Scholarships

Current and prospective UGA-CAES students on the Tifton and Griffin Campuses may apply for CAES Scholarships (due March 1st) and for Tifton Campus or Griffin Campus scholarships which are awarded on a rolling basis through September 5th (or until funds have been awarded). Applicants are expected to enroll as full-time undergraduates in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (CAES), University of Georgia for the academic year. Applicants for the Tifton and Griffin Campuses are expected to enroll as CAES students on those campuses.

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Entomology Griffin Campus

About the Campus

The University of Georgia Griffin Campus boasts a small college atmosphere with the benefits of obtaining a degree from a university with a strong national reputation for academic excellence.

Five of the University of Georgia's schools and colleges are represented at UGA-Griffin:

  • College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
  • College of Education
  • College of Family and Consumer Sciences
  • Franklin College of Arts and Sciences
  • Terry College of Business

 

Visit the University of Georgia Griffin Campus website.

CAES News from UGA-Griffin

food waste (1) CAES News
UGA crop specialist combats postharvest food waste with research and education
Agricultural producers around the world are constantly faced with risks to their crops from disease, weather and pests, but even more losses occur after crops are harvested. In fact, nearly a third of all the food produced worldwide — approximately 1.3 billion tons — is lost to food wastage each year.
Robin Buell, who recently joined the faculty in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences as the GRA Eminent Scholar Chair in Crop Genomics, has been at the forefront of genomic research, having been involved in sequencing the first plant genome, Arabidopsis, and the first crop genome, rice. CAES News
GRA Eminent Scholar awarded prestigious national genetics prize
University of Georgia plant geneticist Robin Buell has been selected as the recipient of the 2022 McClintock Prize by the Maize Genetics Cooperation (MGC) Advocacy Committee (MGAC) for her groundbreaking work in plant genome structure, function and evolution.
Community members can learn more about the opportunites and services provided by UGA's College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. CAES News
October's Georgia National Fair and Sunbelt Ag Expo are headline events for ag community
With the harvest season in full swing, October brings the welcome return of two of the largest events of the year for the agricultural and environmental science communities: the Georgia National Fair and the Sunbelt Agricultural Expo.