The Visitors Center is located in the historic Four Towers Building, which was previously used as office space for the College of Agriculture and, for a time, was even a barn. We provide a warm welcome, answer questions, introduce visitors to UGA history and university programs, and encourage prospective students and parents to embrace the college experience at the University of Georgia.
UGA’s best ambassadors are our students. These student tour leaders are excited to share their love for this university with all of our visitors.
Are you interested in becoming a tour leader?
The application process for Visitors Center tour leaders begins in the fall. Check out our policies and next steps.
Along with the tour guides, the Visitors Center is managed by a full-time staff of three who have a combined 60+ years of experience at the University of Georgia.
My favorite part of campus is the Miller Learning Center in the heart of campus—our main classroom building and study space. It’s at the crossroads of student life and academics, and there’s an infectious, dynamic energy throughout that building on a class day.
Campus is very special to me for many reasons, but mostly because my husband and I were married in the Chapel on North Campus in 2010. The memories of that day make it my favorite spot at UGA.
My father worked on campus for 32 years at the library, so growing up I was on campus all the time. I loved sitting on the front steps of the Main Library and looking out over the quad. Back then, it was a big magical playground to me. Today, I am thankful for those memories.