UGA has moved its Gwinnett campus to 2530 Sever Road in Lawrenceville, just off Interstate 85 at the Old Peachtree Road exit.
UGA programs now occupy 60,000 square feet of the Intellicenter building constructed in 2006. The move from the campus previously shared with Georgia Gwinnett College took place in May.
Graduate degree programs have been offered by UGA at several different locations in Gwinnett since the mid-1980s, but UGA has increased the number and variety of programs in recent years. Current offerings include master’s degrees from several UGA schools and colleges including the Terry College of Business, the School of Public and International Affairs, the School of Social Work and the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.
The College of Education offers both master’s and specialist degrees, and recently added a new M.Ed. program in special education and a doctoral program in counseling and student personnel services. UGA’s College of Pharmacy offers certificate and master’s programs in regulatory affairs in regulatory affairs, and a new certificate in clinical trials management. Continuing education classes also will be offered at the center.
The Small Business Development Center office in Gwinnett and the Educational Technology Training Center operated by UGA’s College of Education in Gwinnett also have moved to the new facility.
The UGA Alumni Association will host an open house at the new facility on June 12 from 6-9 p.m.