Athens, Ga. – Spring semester enrollment at the University of Georgia totals 33,059, a 1.7 percent (561 students) decrease from last year’s record spring enrollment of 33,620.
The total includes 32,121 students attending classes at UGA’s main campus in Athens and 938 students enrolled at the university’s extended campuses in Gwinnett County, Buckhead, Griffin and Tifton.
Enrollment on the Athens campus, down by 570 students from last spring, includes 24,634 undergraduates, 3 independent study students, 5,852 graduate students and 1,632 students in the professional schools of law, pharmacy and veterinary medicine. The College of Public Health saw the most undergraduate growth with a 15.3 percent (77 students) increase in enrollment.
Total enrollment on the three extended campuses and in Buckhead is 938 students. Enrollment at the Gwinnett campus totals 512 students, a 20 percent growth over last spring. The undergraduate program at Gwinnett has been phased out. Enrollment at the Buckhead campus is 266, the Griffin campus enrollment is 112 students, and 48 students are enrolled at the Tifton campus.