The University of GEorgia - Athens Campus
There are over 34,000 students at the University of Georgia studying across a huge range of different subject areas.
The campus is picturesque and beautifully landscaped to keep it’s character and southern charm. There are numerous fountains and statues around the campus making it a very pleasant place to study and live. There are many historical buildings throughout the campus including the Chapel, and the Old College. The beautiful campus has also been designated as an arboretum by the state of Georgia’s government.
Greek life is also big at the University of Georgia, and the first sorority – Phi Mu – was formed in 1921. There are 17 sororities and 26 fraternities at the university, and 23% of students belong to one. There are many Greek social events throughout the year, and the sororities and fraternities are housed in impressive historical mansions that line the South Milledge Avenue and South Lumpkin Streets.
The University of Georgia is one of the best in the United States, and ranks 20th on the U.S News and Reports 2008 list of the top 50 public schools in the United States. The School of Law has been ranked as the 32nd best law school in the USA, and the 11th best law school amongst the country’s public universities. It also ranked 5th in the country for supplying clerks to the U.S. Supreme Court. The graduate program of public relations ranks fourth in the nation’s top journalism schools.
The University of Georgia has some of the most up to date and modern facilities of any university in the USA. Their science departments have some of the most up-to-date and advanced machines and apparatus.