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The University of Georgia

Athens, GA · (706) 542-3000 www.uga.edu

Founded in 1785, the University of Georgia is America's first chartered state university and a leading public research institution. Combining rich history, a stunning campus, state-of-the-art technology, superb faculty and myriad social and recreational activities, UGA opens the door to a world of learning opportunities through stimulating classes and labs using the latest in teaching technology: hands-on undergraduate research guided by world-class scholars, study abroad programs around the world, volunteer and service activities, and participation in 500 clubs and organizations. Whether probing the treasures of Georgia's finest library, studying in the 24-hour student learning center or working out in one of the country's largest student fitness centers, students at UGA broaden their minds, sharpen their focus and prepare for futures of great potential.

Student Characteristics (Fall 2007)

TOTAL NUMBER OF STUDENTS Student Level and Enrollment Status

Full-time 1,917 Part-time

Undergraduate Success and

33,831

Progress Rate

23,418 2,637 5,859 Undergraduate Graduate/Professional

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UNDERGRADUATE PROFILE Total Gender

Women Men 14,593 10,742 58% 42%

25,335

Race/Ethnicity

African American / Black American Indian / Alaskan Native Asian / Pacific Islander Hispanic International White Race/Ethnicity Unknown 1,562 70 1,593 541 243 20,822 504 6% 0% 6% 2% 1% 82% 2%

Geographic Distribution (Degree-Seeking)

Georgia Other US States & Territories Other Countries 89% 10% 1% Retention of Fall 2006 First-Time, Full-time Students

Returned for Fall 2007

93% 93% 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%

Age (Degree-Seeking)

Average Age Percent of Undergraduates Age 25 or Older 21 6%

One of the strengths of U.S. higher education is the broad range of diverse institutions, each with its own distinctive mission. We encourage you to check out college web sites and visit campuses to get a more complete picture of the opportunities available to you!

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The University of Georgia Costs of Attendance and Financial Aid

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Undergraduate Admissions

Applied Admitted Enrolled

Typical 2007-08 Undergraduate Costs per Year Without Financial Aid (Full-Time, In-State Students)

Other expenses (books, transportation, etc.) $3,140 Room & Board (on campus) $7,292

16,871

9,242

Tuition (in-state) $4,159 Required Fees $1,126

4,721 2,654 1,524 1,133

Total: $15,717

CLICK HERE for typical out-of-state costs and any discipline-specific tuition

New Freshmen

New Transfers

Academic Preparation of New Freshman

The cost to attend varies based on the individual circumstances of students and may be reduced through grants and scholarships. Test(s) Required for Admission: SAT or ACT

CLICK HERE To get a cost estimate for students like you!

Middle 50% of Test Score Range Composite Math English Critical Reading

ACT 25-29 24-29 25-31

SAT 570-650 560-660

50% of admitted students have test scores within the ranges listed, 25% have scores above, and 25% have scores below.

Financial Aid Awarded to Fall 2006 Undergraduates Overall Financial Aid · 34% of Fall 2006 full-time undergraduates received financial aid of some type including need-based loans, work study, and non need-based scholarships. Annual Need-Based Scholarships & Grants · 22% of Fall 2006 full-time undergraduates received need-based grants or scholarships; the average award for the year was $6,022.

Percent in top 25% of High School Graduating Class Percent in top 50% of High School Graduating Class Average High School GPA (4-point scale)

85% 98% 3.79

Degrees and Areas of Study

Degrees Awarded at UGA in 2006-07 Bachelor's Master's Annual Need-Based Loans · 18% of Fall 2006 full-time undergraduates received need-based workstudy and/or loans (not including parent loans); the average loan for the year was $3,879. Percent of Fall 2006 First-Time Students Receiving Each Type of Financial Aid Doctoral Professional (e.g., Law, Medicine) Total Areas of Study with the Largest Number of Undergraduate Degrees Awarded in 2006-07 Business/Markting

State Grants

84%

6,203 1,627 388 470 8,688

20% 10% 9% 8% 6% 47% 100%

Social Sciences Education Biological/life sciences

Federal Grants

13%

Student Loans Institutional Aid/ Scholarships Any Type of Financial Aid

33%

Psychology All other degree areas

14%

92%

NOTE: Student may receive aid from more than one source.

CLICK HERE for a list of undergraduate and graduate programs

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The University of Georgia The Community

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The Division of Student Affairs enhances the learning environment for students by stimulating the learning process, integrating in-class and out-of-class experiences, promoting an environment conducive to growth and discovery, and facilitating intellectual, spiritual, social, occupational, physical, cultural, and emotional development. To facilitate learning for UGA students, we identified areas to promote student growth and development, which are integrated throughout the Division. Students who engage in our programs and services experience structured curricula that advance their knowledge in the key areas of: Leadership, Intercultural Competence, Cognitive Development, Interpersonal Skills, Self-Esteem, Collaboration, Healthy Behavior and Social Responsibility. UGA also offers a highlyregarded Honors Program and ample opportunities for undergraduate students to engage in research projects with premier faculty. Students can pursue educational experiences around the world by participating in one of our many study abroad and exchange programs.

Leadership, Service, Volunteer

Intercultural Affairs

Campus Life

Student Organization

Recreational Sports

Disability Resource Center

Health Center

Honors Program / Undergrad Research

Study Abroad

Study at UGA

Classroom Environment

Student Housing

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98% of new freshmen live on campus Students per Faculty Undergraduate classes with fewer than 30 students Undergraduate classes with fewer than 50 students Full-Time Instructional Faculty Total Faculty % Women % from Minority Groups % with Highest Degree in Field 1,733 33% 16% 94% To meet the ever-growing needs of a large, residential campus, the UGA Police Department operates around the clock serving more than 33,800 students, 9,800 employees and hundreds of daily visitors to the campus. In addition, the department deals with safety challenges brought on by campus construction, traffic and parking issues and the heightened necessity of greater campus security. These challenges are met with dedication to service and a forward-thinking approach to ensuring safety and security. The department supports UGA Alert, an all-campus emergency notification system. 18 to 1 68% 89% 27% of all undergraduates live on campus

Campus Safety

Carnegie Classification of Institutional Characterics

Basic Type Research Universities (high research activity) Size and Setting Large four-year, primarily residential Enrollment Profile High undergraduate Undergraduate Profile Full-time four-year, more selective, lower transfer-in

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Future Plans of Bachelor's Degree Recipients

Graduate Study 24%

Undergraduate Instructional Program Balanced arts & sciences/professions, high graduate coexistence Graduate Instructional Program Comprehensive doctoral with medical/veterinary

Volunteer Service 1% Military 1%

Other 3%

Employment 71%

NOTE: Institutional classifications based on the Carnegie 2005 edition.

CLICK HERE for more information on Carnegie Classifications.

CLICK HERE for information on survey administration, sample, and response rate.

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The University of Georgia Student Experiences and Perceptions

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Students who are actively involved in their own learning and development are more likely to be successful in college. Colleges and universities offer students a wide variety of opportunities both inside and outside the classroom to become engaged with new ideas, people, and experiences. Institutions measure the effectiveness of these opportunities in a variety of ways to better understand what types of activities and programs students find the most helpful.

CLICK HERE for examples of how UGA evaluates the experiences of its students.

In addition, institutions participating in the VSA program measure student involvement on campus using one of four national surveys. Results from the survey are not yet available.

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The University of Georgia Student Learning Outcomes

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All colleges and universities use multiple approaches to measure student learning. Many of these are specific to particular disciplines, many are coordinated with accrediting agencies, and many are based on outcomes after students have graduated. In addition, those institutions participating in the VSA measure increases in critical thinking, analytic reasoning, and written communication using one of three tests.

Student Learning Assessment at UGA

The purpose of assessing student learning outcomes at the University of Georgia is to provide a strong base of evidence to inform the continuous improvement of our academic programs. Each undergraduate major has defined learning outcomes and established an ongoing process to assess those outcomes and use the results to improve the program. Departments report on these activities on a 3-year cycle, and the reports are evaluated by a review team of faculty during the course of a 7-year program review of the department and its programs. For general education, the University has defined outcomes for core curriculum areas as well as defined outcomes for general education abilities that are embedded throughout the four-year curriculum. Like most large institutions, UGA uses a multi-pronged approach to assess general education learning, including focused assessment projects, surveys of undergraduate students, program-level measures, capstone projects, and standardized assessment instruments. CLICK HERE for examples of student learning assessment and outcomes at UGA

Pilot Project to Measure Core Learning Outcomes

Results from the pilot project using one of the three learning outcomes tests are not yet available.

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