About the UGA Center for Continuing Education & Hotel
The University of Georgia is a national leader in university outreach with faculty, staff and students in all of UGA’s schools and colleges contributing to Georgia’s short- and long-term prosperity. The Office of Public Service and Outreach enhances quality of life in Georgia by applying the knowledge of the University to the state’s evolving economic, social, and community needs.
Since the 1920s, Public Service and Outreach has been the University’s ambassador to every corner of the state, translating the land-grant mission into programs and initiatives aimed at improving communities and the daily lives of Georgians. The Georgia Center for Continuing Education & Hotel is one of eight units within the University’s Office of Public Service and Outreach, each focused on serving Georgia and addressing vital issues important to the state and its citizens.
Transforming generations through meaningful educational opportunities and experiences.
As a unit of Public Service & Outreach at the University of Georgia, the Center for Continuing Education & Hotel enriches the lives of generations of learners and produces lasting impact through outstanding educational programs and services.
As a prominent gateway to the University, the Georgia Center serves to:
- Foster professional and personal growth through educational programs and partnerships, and
- Create an engaging and inclusive environment that supports intellectual exchange.
Core Business Areas
All activity within the Georgia Center is related to, or is in support of, two core business areas:
The Georgia Center is conveniently located on the University’s South Campus and only minutes away from Downtown Athens. Our address is 1197 South Lumpkin Street, Athens, Georgia 30602-3603.