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

The UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences will celebrate its graduates virtually on the CAES YouTube channel at 6 p.m. Thursday, May 13. Faculty, staff, students, friends and family are encouraged to tune in and cheer on the college's newest alumni in the live chat. CAES News
CAES convocation ceremony will remain virtual for spring
While plans for spring commencement at the University of Georgia will now include unlimited guests and the option for students to sit on Dooley Field at Sanford Stadium, the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (CAES) will proceed with plans for a virtual Convocation ceremony for its undergraduate and graduate candidates at 6 p.m. Thursday, May 13.
Dario Chavez, associate professor of horticulture on the UGA Griffin campus, shows off the drip irrigation system in the peach orchard of the Dempsey Research Farm used to study irrigation and fertilization management for young peach trees. CAES News
Irrigation benefits both newly planted and established peach trees in UGA study
While peach orchards are a common sight throughout middle and south Georgia — helping the Peach State live up to its name — peach producers need more than just the title to ensure that both long-established groves and newly planted fields are successful.
The blue orchard mason bee or Osmia lignaria. (Photo: Scott Bauer, USDA Agriculture Research Service, CAES News
Insecticide residue in the soil harms wild bees
New research funded by the Southern Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education program and conducted at the University of Georgia shows that imidacloprid residue harms wild bees.
Please join us Wednesday, August 11 for the Midville Field Day.  This will be an in-person event with face-to-face presentations and tours of field research plots.  A sponsored lunch will be provided.  Please pre-register for the field day or  visit our website for more information.
Aug 11
9:00AM - 2:00PM Southeast Research and Education Center Midville Field Day Southeast Research and Education Center, Midville, GA
UGA Center for Food Safety Webinar Series Campylobacter on the rise:                         An old pathogen with new problems Speaker: Dr. Christine Szymanski  Professor in the Department of Microbiology, Complex Carbohydrate Research Center at University of Georgia Date: Wednesday, August 11Time: 10:30 a.m. ETThose on the Griffin Campus may attend in person in the Melton Building Conference Room - space allowing. Or join via Zoom: About Dr. Christine Szymanski: Christine Szymanski first began working with Campylobacter jejuni during her PhD in the Department of Medical Microbiology and Immunology at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada. She then joined the Enteric Disease Vaccine Program at the Naval Medical Research Center in Silver Spring, Maryland for her postdoctoral studies prior to starting her own independent research career first at the National Research Council in Ottawa, Canada and then back at the University of Alberta, where she formed the company, VaxAlta Inc. with a focus on carbohydrate-based vaccines for livestock. Christine joined the University of Georgia in 2016 where she continues her work on enteric vaccines and is a fellow of the American Academy of Microbiology.
Aug 11
10:30AM - 11:30AM Webinar: Campylobacter on the rise
Join us for this free family-friendly event with live music, food, games, & fellowship with UGA Dept. of Poultry Science faculty, staff, alumni, and industry friends! RSVPs to Jessica Fife ( by 5pm on October 1st are greatly appreciated.
Oct 15
6:00PM - 9:00PM Dept. Poultry Science Alumni & Friends Tailgate Southern Brewing Company, Athens, GA
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