Georgia College Facts
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Founded in 1889. We became Georgia State College for Women in 1922 and then Georgia College in 1967, when the school changed to co-ed. In 1996, Georgia College became the designated public liberal arts college for the University System of Georgia.
One of the best master's universities in the South according to U.S. News & World Report; among the top 50 wireless campuses named by Intel; the only public institution named as a " College of Distinction" in Georgia for the 8th consecutive year; the "Number One Safest Campus in Georgia" and named as a "Best Southeastern College" by The Princeton Review.
Seven residence halls on central campus and six apartment buildings on west campus. Students have the option to reside in a suite style residence hall on campus or an apartment at the "The Village". http://www.gcsu.edu/housing/index.htm
An integrated program of learning extends your studies and further promotes interaction with faculty through small group discussions, supervised projects, internships and service learning. www.gcsu.edu/honors
Ranked in the top 50 wireless campuses named by Intel with Campus-wide Wireless 14 computer labs
Approximately 5,600 undergraduate, 1000 graduate
Student Clubs/ Organizations
Liberal Arts & Sciences, Business, Education, and Health Sciences
Women: Basketball, Softball, Cross Country, Tennis, Soccer; Volley Ball (2013), Cheerleading
Men: Basketball, Tennis, Golf, Baseball, Cross Country, Cheerleading
More than 50% of students participate in intramural sports from archery to flag football, from paintball to soccer, basketball, golf & water skiing. If you don't see something to your liking, start your own club sport with your likeminded friends…