University of Georgia Griffin Campus
The University of Georgia Griffin Campus, originally established as Georgia Experiment Station in 1889, has played an integral role in the development of modern agriculture. As home to world-class research facilities, such as the Center for Food Safety, the Food Product Innovation and Commercialization (FoodPIC) Center, and the Center for Urban Agriculture, UGA-Griffin plays a crucial role in providing science-based information to policy makers and the public. Located approximately 40 miles south of Atlanta, UGA-Griffin’s 1,054 acre footprint is comprised of a 120 acre main campus with 3 research farms in Spalding and Pike Counties. While the campus is mostly known for its groundbreaking advancements in agricultural and environmental sciences, UGA-Griffin began offering degree completion programs in 2005. The campus boasts a small college atmosphere with the benefits of obtaining a degree from a university with a strong national reputation for academic excellence. Visit the Mule Barn for a Farm to Table dining experience.
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