The University of Georgia Tifton Campus lies in the heart of south Georgia agriculture. It's also the home of the Coastal Plain Experiment Station and the UGA Tifton Campus Conference Center.

Scientists on the Tifton campus primarily focus their projects toward traditional agriculture. These projects include, but are not limited to, research on Georgia's main row crops: cotton, peanuts, tobacco, small grains, soybeans and vegetables. Tifton campus researchers also conduct leading research in the field of irrigation and global information systems.

UGA-Tifton researchers and scientists are preparing the next generation of agricultural leaders to take the world's stage.

UGA graduate students work closely with Tifton campus researchers to complete their graduate studies. UGA undergraduate students can earn a Bachelor of Science or Masters degree in several program areas on the Tifton campus.


The Tifton Campus is strategically located in the geographic center of South Georgia at the crossroads of I-75, U.S. 319, U.S. 82 Sunshine Parkway and U.S. 41, at the intersection of I-75 and Highway 41 North in Tifton, Georgia.

University of Georgia Tifton Campus
Research Way
Tifton, Georgia 31793