Campus Programs

Acronym Title Description
Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College

As a unit of the 31-member University System of Georgia, Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College is one of the premier colleges in the state of Georgia. The College was founded in 1908 as the Second District A&M School. With more than 3,000 students, ABAC provides quality practical education to a diverse group of students.

Albany State University

Dedicated to educating every student who attends Albany State University by preparing them to reach and realize their potential in career, community and service.  At Albany State University, we understand that each student who steps onto our campus has the potential to make the world a better place and achieve greatness. Every student has the potential to be a great leader. We offer students educational opportunities, guidance and support that extend far beyond the four walls of a classroom. Since 1903 we’ve helped students realize their potential for success and beyond.

Albany Technical College

Located in Southwestern Georgia, Albany Technical College offers associate's degrees and technical training to 3,000 full-time students and 2,500 part-time students. Upon students' arrival at Albany Technical College, they have an opportunity to EMBARK upon success at Special Populations! Together we help students to Enroll, Market the program, Break barriers, Achieve, and build lifelong Relationships while gaining Knowledge for bigger, better and brighter lives one at a time.

Armstrong State University

With approximately 7,100 students, Armstrong State University in Savannah, Ga., is just the right size for those who like the feel of a close-knit college with the affordability, diversity and depth of more than 100 academic programs. Armstrong is well known for its one-on-one attention students receive from dedicated and experienced faculty. The student-to-faculty ratio is 19:1.

Athens Technical College

With four campuses in Clarke, Elbert, Greene, and Walton Counties, Athens Tech offers over 130 associate degree, diploma, and technical certificate programs. Students needing a GED can begin their journey with the Adult Education Program, offering classes in 10 counties. The institution’s dedication to student success, workforce and community development, and faculty/staff investment creates an environment for individuals to thrive.

Atlanta Metropolitan State College

Established in 1974, Atlanta Metropolitan is SACS classified Level II institution and part of the University System of Georgia. It offers full-time and part-time education to 3000 students, including both traditional undergraduates and adult learnders. Atlanta Metropolitan offers bachelor's degrees, certificate programs, and associate degrees in sciences, arts, and applied science.


·         Headcount: 3000

·         Full-time: 52%, Part-time - 48%

Atlanta Technical College

Boasting a 90 percent graduate employment rate, Atlanta Technical College offers associate degrees and technical certificates in a wide range of fields, preparing its students for further education or placement in a number of high-performance jobs.

Augusta Technical College

Serving Burke, Columbia, Lincoln, McDuffie, and Richmond Counties, Augusta Technical College offers Associate of Science Degrees, Associate of Applied Science Degrees, diplomas, and technical certificates, as well as adult and continuing education.

Augusta University

Formerly Georgia Regents University.

Augusta University has 8530 students and approximately 1580 faculty. Our student to faculty ratio varies depending on the program. We offer 125 different programs of study ranging from associate degrees to post-graduate and professional programs. We are located in Augusta, Georgia.

Bainbridge State College

Bainbridge State is the only institution in the University System of Georgia that can fulfill students’ needs from both academic and technical perspectives by offering an array of programs from associate’s degrees to technical degrees and certificates.

Central Georgia Technical College

Central Georgia Technical College serves a diverse student body in 3 different locations conveniently located across the greater central Georgia region. The College operates and maintains approximately one million square feet of existing facilities across its eleven-county service area, offering more than 190 degree, diploma, and certificate programs to over 9,000 students annually.

Chattahoochee Technical College

With eight campuses that serve six counties (Bartow, Cobb, Cherokee, Gilmer, Paulding, and Pickens), Chattahoochee Tech serves as a point of access for students to an array of occupational programs.

Clayton State University

Clayton State University is located in Morrow, GA, minutes away from Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and only 15 miles south of Atlanta. It is set on 192 acres, with a park-like setting including five lakes. CSU enrolls approximately 7,000 students in undergraduate and graduate degree programs.

Coastal Pines Technical College

From the website: Coastal Pines Technical College, a unit of the Technical College System of Georgia, is a multi-campus, two-year college in Southeast Georgia that supports the workforce development and lifelong learning needs of communities, businesses, and industries. Through traditional and distance delivery formats, the learner-centered College offers associate degree, diploma, and technical certificate programs; continuing education opportunities; adult education services; and customized training for economic advancement.

College of Coastal Georgia

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Columbus State University

With nationally distinctive programs in the arts, education, business, nursing – and more – Columbus State University provides deeply personal and relevant college experience that is causing more and more students to pick us as their first choice for higher education. Serving the Southeast while attracting students from around the world, Columbus State thrives on community partnerships to deliver excellence for students who want to achieve personal and professional success in an increasingly global environment.

Columbus Technical College

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Dalton State College

As an institution of the University System of Georgia, Dalton State College (Dalton, GA) offers targeted bachelor's degrees, a full range of associate's degrees and career certificate programs, and a wide variety of public service activities. Dalton State has a student population of 5,000, a student-to-faculty ratio of 22:1, and has consistently been ranked among the nation’s top 10 percent of “most affordable four-year colleges in the United States.”

East Georgia State College

East Georgia State College is an access institution that provides a personal touch. We offer a faculty student ratio of 32:1 and have three locations, with the main campus in Swainsboro. We also have a location in Statesboro, which allows students to have access to Georgia Southern; as well as Augusta, which allows access to the Summerville campus of Georgia Regents University. Our fall semester is around 3000 students including all locations. We would love to assist students in their transition from K - 12 into post-secondary education. 

Fort Valley State University

2400 students with an average class size of 25-30. Low number of faculty. FVSU is located on a rural campus.

Georgia College & State University

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Georgia Gwinnett College

Located in Gwinnett County, GGC serves over 10,000 students and offers a 23:1 student-to-faculty ratio.

Georgia Highlands College

5172 students enrolled for Spring 2015. Faculty to student ratio is 1:21 with an average class size of 21.

Georgia Institute of Technology

Georgia Tech is located in Atlanta just north of downtown. There are currently 14,500 undergraduate students, and approximately 1,000 full-time faculty.

Georgia Northwestern Technical College

GNTC has 5 campuses. The main campus is the Floyd County Campus. The second largest is the Walker County Campus, followed by Whitfield-Murray Campus, Polk Campus and Gordon County Campus. The class size ranges from 20+ student summer semester to 30+ student fall and spring semesters.

Georgia Perimeter College

Now Perimeter College, a part of Georgia State University.

GPC has five locations in metro Atlanta with a total headcount of 21,371.

Enrollment by Campus Alpharetta: 2,089 Clarkston: 5,243 Decatur: 2,733 Dunwoody: 7,122 Newton: 1,873 Online: 8,068

GPC is one of the five largest institutions in the University System of Georgia and the top associate-degree-granting institution in Georgia.

Georgia Piedmont Technical College

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Georgia Southern University

In Fall 2013, total enrollment was 20,517. The average class size of lower division courses was 42, upper division was 24, and graduate level was 12. The Student to Faculty Ratio stayed the same as the previous year at 21:1. Located in Statesboro, GA, about an hour northwest of Savannah.

Georgia Southwestern State University

Located 135 miles south of Atlanta in Americus, Georgia, this rural campus was founded in 1906. Currently, there are 2,527 undergraduate students enrolled and 139 graduate students enrolled. The campus has 44 buildings on 250 scenic acres, plus an 18-hole golf course. Degrees Awarded: B.A., B.B.A., B.F.A., B.S., M.A., M.B.A., M.Ed., M.S., M.S.N., Ed.S. Faculty: 76% Ph.D. or Terminal Degrees. Student/Teacher Ratio: 19:1

Georgia State University

Georgia State University, an enterprising public research university in the heart of Atlanta, is a national leader in graduating students from diverse backgrounds. The university provides its world-class faculty and more than 32,000 students with unsurpassed connections to the opportunities available in one of the 21st century’s great global cities. The university offers 250 undergraduate and graduate degree programs in more than 100 fields of study in its eight colleges and schools.

Gordon State College

The mission of Gordon State College is to provide an exceptional education through innovative teaching and engaged learning for the benefit of the world in which we live.

Gordon State College will strive:

  • To ensure affordable, supportive access to high quality post-secondary education.

  • To develop creativity, critical thinking, problem solving, innovation, a global perspective and a commitment to lifelong learning that includes a respect for everyone involved in the process.

Gwinnett Technical College

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Kennesaw State University

For more than 50 years, Kennesaw State University has been known for its entrepreneurial spirit and sense of community. Offering campuses in Marietta and Kennesaw, the university is located just north of Atlanta and combines a suburban setting with access to one of the country’s most dynamic cities. As Georgia’s third-largest university, Kennesaw State offers more than 100 undergraduate and graduate degrees, including a growing doctoral program.

Lanier Technical College

Lanier Technical College, a unit of the Technical College System of Georgia, serves as the foremost workforce development resource for Banks, Barrow, Dawson, Forsyth, Hall, Jackson, and Lumpkin counties by providing:

Middle Georgia State University

Middle Georgia State University dates back to 1884 but was created anew in recent years—first as a state college and beginning in July 2015, as a state university. We are a regionally focused institution serving both traditional and non-traditional students as an exciting and unique unit of the University System of Georgia. With five locations across 150 miles in the center of the state, as well as numerous online learning opportunities, our university enjoys a strategic location with broad reach.

North Georgia Technical College

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Oconee Fall Line Technical College

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Ogeechee Technical College

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Savannah State University

Savannah State University is located in Savannah, Georgia. SSU has a student population of 4,674 with a student to faculty ratio of 23:1. Average undergraduate class size is 23.4 while average graduate class size is only 10.0.

Savannah Technical College

Savannah Technical College offers nearly 150 instructional options with associate degree, diploma and certificate programs from which to choose. Our award-winning programs prepare students for careers in the industrial, business, computer, public service or health sciences fields.

South Georgia State College

South Georgia State College's (SGSC) main campus is located in Douglas, GA. SGSC also has a campus in Waycross, GA and entry program sites at Valdosta State University and Georgia Southwestern State University. We have an average class size of 28 students. In Fall 2014, our student enrollment was around 2611. Our student to faculty ratio is 28 to 1.

South Georgia Technical College

South Georgia Technical College offers students the “Complete College Experience.”  The two-year technical college offers students the latest in technical education combined with an exciting campus life.  It is accredited by the Southern Association of College and Schools Commission on Colleges and is a member of the Technical College System of Georgia.

Southeastern Technical College

Description to come

Southern Crescent Technical College

Average class size: 28 Student to faculty ratio: 1:28 Student Population: 4,890

Locations: Griffin Campus, 501 Varsity Road, Griffin, Georgia 30223, Phone: 770-228-7348 / 877-897-0006.

Flint River Campus, 1533 Highway 19 South, Thomaston, GA 30286. Phone: 706-646-6148 / 877-897-0006.

Henry County Center, 300 Lakemont Drive, McDonough, GA 30253. Phone: 770-914-4411 / 877-897-0006.

Butts County Center, 1578 Highway 16 West, Jackson, GA 30233. Phone: 770-504-7590 / 877-897-0006.

Southern Regional Technical College

Formerly Southwest Georgia Technical College. SRTC offers over 150 degree, diploma and certificate programs. SRTC's main campus is located in Thomasville, Georgia; we also have locations in Colquitt, Grady, Mitchell, Tift, Turner, and Worth counties. If you are a recent high school graduate, SRTC will offer you a personal college experience close to home. We also offer the guidance and assistance to help you make informed choices about your studies and future career decisions. Students will appreciate the affordability of SRTC, with lower tuition and financial aid opportunities.

University of Georgia

The University of Georgia, a land-grant and sea-grant university with statewide commitments and responsibilities, is the state's oldest, most comprehensive, and most diversified institution of higher education. Its motto, "to teach, to serve, and to inquire into the nature of things," reflects the University's integral and unique role in the conservation and enhancement of the state's and nation's intellectual, cultural, and environmental heritage.

University of North Georgia

We have a student population of approx. 16,000 spread over 4 campuses. The student to professor ratio is 32:1 and the campus locations are Cumming, Dahlonega, Gainesville and Oconee (Watkinsville). On-campus residential options are available on the Dahlonega campus and Dahlonega offers Bachelor's, Masters and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Cumming, Gainesville and Oconee offer Associate and Bachelor's pathways.

University of West Georgia

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Valdosta State University

Valdosta State University (VSU) was founded in 1906 and is a public regional university. VSU has approximately 11,585 students from all 50 states, the District of Columbia, three U.S. territories and more than 60 countries. The average undergraduate class size is 24, with a student faculty ratio of 21 to 1. This ratio allows meaningful interaction between faculty and students. The undergraduate male/female ratio is 1:1.46 with 4,166 undergraduate males and 6,097 undergraduate females. VSU is 180-acre campus located in beautiful south Georgia, 120 miles west of Jacksonville, FL.

Wesleyan College

Wesleyan College was founded in 1836 as the first college in the world chartered to grant degrees to women. Today it is recognized as one of the nation’s most diverse and affordable four-year liberal arts colleges. Undergraduate degrees are offered in 31 majors, including the BSN in nursing, 29 minors, 8 pre-professional programs, and the option to self design a major. Men and women enroll in the M.Ed. and Executive MBA programs.

West Georgia Technical College

West Georgia Technical College has 5 campuses. They are located in Newnan, Douglasville, LaGrange, Carrollton, and Waco. Each campus houses specific programs of study, however, all general education courses are located on each campus as well as the virtual campus. The college also has on site tutoring for some courses, however, all students have access to a tutor via the Upswing system.

Wiregrass Georgia Technical College

Established in 1963, Wiregrass Georgia Technical College is the flagship technical college in the state. Recognized for our achievements in workforce development, Wiregrass Georgia Technical College provides individuals with the education, training, and skills to positively influence a stagnant economy.

Residents of Atkinson, Ben Hill, Berrien, Brooks, Coffee, Cook, Echols, Irwin, Lanier, Lowndes, and Wilcox counties have the opportunity to attend classes at one of four campuses and twelve centers conveniently located throughout the service area.

The J.W. Fanning Institute for Leadership Development
– a public service and outreach unit of the University of Georgia – is dedicated to strengthening communities, organizations, and individuals through leadership development, training, and education.

Embark Georgia is located at the J.W. Fanning Institute for Leadership Development.
David Meyers and Lori Tiller are the network directors. Our offices are located at 

1240 S. Lumpkin St.
Athens, GA 30605

You may contact us by calling 706-542-1108 or emailing
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