Experiential Learning

To succeed, students in the 21st century must be able to tackle real-world problems and use critical thinking and problem solving skills to solve multifaceted problems that do not have simple solutions. A growing body of research demonstrates that experiential learning enhances student learning, success in the classroom, on-time graduation, and transition to the workforce. Thus, the University of Georgia will require all undergraduate students to engage in hands-on, experiential learning within a domestic or global setting as a graduation requirement.

Many UGA students already engage in experiential learning, and ensuring that all students do so prior to graduation will take the world-class learning experience that UGA provides to an even higher level. The Experiential Learning Requirement will be effective for incoming first-year students as soon as all individual school and college plans are approved, no earlier than fall 2016.

Contact UGA Experiential Learning

University of Georgia
314 New College
Athens, GA 30602

Phone: (706) 583-0567

Email: Andrew.Potter@uga.edu

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