From nationally recognized historic landmarks to modern, cutting-edge research facilities, UGA’s campus is the centerpiece of our mission to inspire those who will lead, discover and serve in an effort to improve the world.

The University of Georgia is the birthplace of public higher education in the United States and our campus is a reflection of our commitment to our students, our alumni, our faculty and staff, and to our fans. There is no better place to spend your college years.

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Guided Tour
with Information Session

Guided tours start with a 20-minute information session led by an admissions staff member, followed by the 75-minute tour of campus. The tour includes 45 minutes of walking.

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Self-Guided Tour

If you can’t take part in one of our scheduled tours, we have an easy-to-use, self-guided tour map available for download to help you navigate campus at your own pace. Printed copies are available at the Visitors Center information desk and after hours at the dropbox by the front door.

Group Tours

Special accommodations are available for groups of middle and high school students as well as groups of alumni, fans, and friends.

Accessibility Accommodations

The University of Georgia is committed to providing reasonable access and accommodations for people with disabilities upon request. To request a sign language interpreter or to notify us of the need for a tour vehicle with wheelchair accessibility, please contact the Visitors Center at (706) 542‑0842 at least one week prior to your visit. If visiting other offices on campus, contact those departments directly as far in advance as possible to request accommodations.

Questions about your visit?

Our tour guides are happy to answer any questions during the tour, but if you have questions before you arrive, please contact us.

Residence Hall Tours

Our daily tours do not include stops at residence halls, but tours of student housing are offered on certain dates throughout the year. Each UGA residence hall has a different style and culture. Freshmen are required to live on campus, so residence hall tours for incoming students are recommended.

Residence Hall Tour Schedule

Connect with Our Academic Departments

The Visitors Center tour and information sessions provide an overview of life at UGA. If you are interested in a specific school or college, you can reach out to them directly to introduce yourself and to find out about their programs and tours.

While You Are Here

During your visit in Athens, be sure to check out a few of our favorite spots on campus. These exciting UGA destinations are open to the public and some offer tours.

Campus Highlights

UGA’s campus offers so much to see!

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