Transfer to UGA-Tifton
We’re a college of learning, doing, seeing, experiencing, helping and leading. The small class sizes on the Tifton Campus allow students to get one-on-one attention from renowned faculty, optimizing their educational and professional experiences.
The College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences is committed to providing financial support to students enrolled in CAES majors.
Find out about deadlines and eligibility requirements for financial aid from the Office of Student Financial Aid at the University of Georgia.
High School Students
The Young Scholars Program is a paid summer internship program for high school students interested in agricultural, food and environmental sciences. Selected students work 30 hours per week actively engaged in research under the guidance of a faculty mentor on the Tifton campus.
The most interesting thing I learned at UGA-Tifton is that no matter where you're from, you're welcome here. It's something you see throughout the campus.
Josh Odum, Agricultural Education major, Class of 2018