Milledgeville is our main campus, catering to both the undergraduate and graduate student. We offer a residential campus with more than 40 majors. Milledgeville is about 30 miles east of Macon and just over an hour's drive from Atlanta.
The original location of Georgia College is Milledgeville, a connection that goes back to 1889. It is the site of the undergraduate residential university and also is the home base for most of the graduate programs offered at Georgia College. While the professional degrees in business, education, public service and health sciences are also prominently offered at our off-campus sites in Macon and Warner Robins, several programs in the College of Arts & Sciences are only offered in Milledgeville.
Graduate students in Milledgeville have access to all of the facilities one would expect in a residential university setting: a large research library, student activity centers, NCAA Division II athletics, and a multitude of cultural events.
We offer graduate programs in Macon through the Macon Center for Graduate and Professional Learning located at 433 Cherry Street in the Thomas Jefferson Building in downtown Macon.
We offer three graduate degrees through the Warner Robins Graduate Center and the Logistics Education Center located on Robins Air Force Base.