Constructed in the 1850s, the Arch was once a gate that separated the University of Georgia from the city of Athens
The Chapel, constructed in 1832, has hosted religious services, commencements and weddings at the University of Georgia
Georgia Museum of Art on the university’s campus is also the designated state museum of art
Points of Pride
Georgia is ranked No. 1 nationally for sending research-based products to market, inspiring more than 800 new products to date.
Georgia is one of the nation’s top three public university producers of Rhode Scholars over the past 25 years, and in 2020, the university’s 25th scholar was named.
For the seventh consecutive year, Georgia was awarded the Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) Award from Insight into Diversity magazine.
The University of Georgia makes a $6.5 billion economic impact each year on the state of Georgia.
For the third consecutive year, Georgia was named one of the top military friendly, Tier I research universities in the nation by Military Friendly Schools.