The University of Georgia community is more than halfway through an unprecedented fall semester and looking ahead to Spring 2021. Our priority is to provide the quality of instruction that makes UGA a national leader in public higher education while at the same time protecting the health and safety of our faculty, staff, and students. […]
Classes offered in Spring 2021 will be taught using one of five instructional formats: fully face-to-face, hybrid synchronous, hybrid asynchronous, online synchronous, or online asynchronous. Review what these five different instructional formats mean. We will continue to have an additional five minutes for transition between classes. We encourage you to walk, instead of taking the bus, whenever possible. To see the new class periods, visit the Registrar’s website here.
Read more about Spring 2021 Instruction here.
Spring 2021 classes will begin on Wednesday, January 13, 2021 (originally scheduled to start on Monday, January 11, 2021).
- There will be no Spring Break (originally scheduled for March 8 – 12, 2021).
- Three one-day “instructional breaks” will be added (February 17, March 12, April 8). There will be no classes on these days, but the campus will remain open.
- Other key dates and deadlines, such as Drop/Add and Withdrawal deadline, have been adjusted accordingly.
- Reading Day (May 4, 2021) and Final Exam Week (May 5 – 11, 2021) will be held as originally scheduled. Commencement is scheduled for May 14, 2021; please monitor commencement.uga.edu regarding plans for the ceremony, which will follow guidance from public health officials.
View the revised Spring 2021 academic calendar here.
The Daily Class Schedule has been adjusted to add five minutes between classes to allow you additional time to walk between classes, should you choose to do so. Campus Transit buses are operational with social distancing measures in place that will limit passenger capacity.