University of Georgia Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (22)
Fantastic experience - I would recommend living on campus to make the college experience the best. The university as a whole is well-acclaimed - but I can personally say that the art school was a great school.
UGA provided a wonderful experience for my personal and educational growth. In my four years, I have learned so much and met great people that I will consider friends forever.
Awesome college, education and atmosphere. I would recommend to anyone, especially someone with agricultural interest.
The instructors are generally good at making themselves available to their students for questions and I received excellent instruction. They offer few scholarships though. Especially if you are not receiving the HOPE or transferring in. And if you are in Terry college of business great job assistance at the college level, but not as much elsewhere. The career center is great, but you have to take the initiative to go and take part in their events. Even then, if you are interested in a niche industry like I was, they won't really have much advice for you.
An incredible university with lots of opportunities.
Absolutely loved my university: it was exactly as sporty, partying, cultured, hipster, academic, and international as I made it. Wonderful mix of students and the town of Athens has merits of its own. There's plenty of financial support for students, the student gym and athletic facilities are fantastic, five dollar student tickets to see ballet, plays, concerts make culture accessible, and the connections to internships in DC, Atlanta, and elsewhere, studying at UGA facilities in Costa Rica, Italy, and England, and meeting alumni through networking events, all provide opportunities to achieve whatever you set your mind to. The honors program is an added bonus, with dinner discussions, help with national scholarships, and small classes.
UGA offers varied experiences in a fun yet thoughtful environment. Students get a solid education by professors who truly care about their students while enjoying a beautiful, quirky town.
It was an amazing time. It involved a lot of partying and a lot of studying. It prepared me well for graduate school.
Challenging academics, large student population. Choose a major that will give you personal time with your professors. They have office hours for a reason so meet with them. The first semester there take some easy classes and use the extra time to make friends and get to know the area. Develop healthy study habits and give yourself time to study and time to go out. Go to as many football games as possible even if you do not like football. Do not take that time fore granted.
There is no other school I would have rather gone to, it still lives with me every day.