​Transfer Student Experience

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​Programs

Transfer Ambassadors

Transfer Ambassadors are students who have successfully transitioned to The University of Georgia. Ambassadors will help incoming transfer students connect and engage with student life at UGA through one-on-one interactions, facilitation of events, and peer mentorship.  Ambassadors assist the Transfer Student Experience with providing programs for new and returning transfer students. Ambassadors will also available to answer questions for incoming transfer students in-person and digitally.

Have a question for the Transfer Ambassadors? E-mail transferexperience@uga.edu

Dawg Camp Prime

Dawg Camp Prime is a 2-day extended orientation experience, specifically for transfer students. Dawg Camp Prime has three major objectives:

Acclimating students to the UGA Campus
Providing opportunities for networking
Focusing on activities that will improve leadership and team-building skills.

This year’s session will be offered:

July 22nd – 24th 

This year’s session will immediately follow the Transfer Student Orientations scheduled for July 22nd. The cost to participate is $100 per participant, which covers meals and lodging.

Want more information or interested in participating in Dawg Camp Prime? Please click here for further registration details.

Transfer Tuesdays at Tate

Transfer Tuesdays at Tate is an event for transfer students to meet other transfer students, make connections with faculty, staff and administrators, and learn more about UGA.

Hosted by the Office of Student Activities and Organizations, Transfer Tuesdays at Tate are designed specifically for transfer students to learn more about UGA.

Each Transfer Tuesday will provide transfer students opportunities to gain information about academic programs, student services, involvement and more. 

  • Meet and interact with other Transfer Students at UGA
  • Make connections with faculty, staff, and administrators
  • Gain useful information to help with your transfer process at UGA