External Affairs Division

University System of Georgia Upgrades Access to Online Degree Programs

Atlanta — April 15, 2020

The University System of Georgia (USG) has launched a newly redesigned Georgia On My Line website that makes it even easier for Georgians to explore the online degree programs and certificates offered throughout the university system’s 26 universities and colleges.

The site,, includes a searchable catalog of 585 online programs featuring everything from certificates to doctoral degrees.

“This website now provides a convenient single portal to explore, view and compare online degree opportunities from all our institutions,” USG Chief Academic Officer Tristan Denley said. “We believe it will be especially helpful to those thinking about furthering their education during the current COVID-19 pandemic.”

Georgia On My Line is supported by USG’s eCampus, an enterprise-level distance learning unit of the university system. The site features many online degree programs in high-demand careers such as cybersecurity, nursing, financial technology, teacher education and criminal justice.

The redesigned Georgia On My Line website offers a more user-friendly experience. The online catalog can be filtered by institution, area of study, degree level and more. Visitors can specify searches for programs with special features such as Credit for Prior Learning opportunities or specialized program accreditations.

Once a program of interest is located, visitors can request to be contacted by the Georgia On My Line support team for additional information, or proceed directly to the offering institution’s online application.

Additional features to be released soon will link online program listings to employment, salary and career information from the U.S. Department of Labor.

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