UGA has set a new spring semester enrollment record with a total of 33,620 students attending classes in Athens and at the university’s four extended campuses in Gwinnett County, Griffin, Tifton and Buckhead in Atlanta.
Spring semester enrollment has increased 2 percent, or 652 students, over last spring’s record-setting 32,968 students enrolled.
At UGA’s main campus in Athens, 32,691 students are enrolled, while 929 students are attending classes at the university’s extended campuses.
Enrollment at the Athens campus is up by 647 students and includes 24,820 undergraduates, 6,123 graduate students and 1,594 students in the professional schools of law, pharmacy and veterinary medicine. An additional 154 students are enrolled in independent study.
The number of students studying at UGA’s extended campuses increased slightly with five more students enrolled compared to last spring. Overall growth was 0.5 percent, with enrollment decreases at all extended campuses except Buckhead.