Georgia Gwinnett College’s groundbreaking four-year college model focuses on helping students achieve their full potential in and out of the classroom.

GGC makes this promise while keeping the cost of attending college low, whether you are part of a vibrant on-campus residential community or choose to commute. GGC also promises the attention you deserve with award-winning mentoring and academic support that increases the likelihood of your success, no matter your academic level.

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Graduates leave GGC with degrees that are in high demand to become teachers, nurses and professionals in Georgia’s growing entertainment industry, just to name a few. And night and weekend classes are also offered to work around your busy schedule.

Students and Parents, Are you Ready to Spring into GGC?

Learn more reasons to spring into GGC during freshmen, transfer or Spanish information sessions via Zoom.

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Counselors and Advisors

High school counselors, and career and college advisors, too, are invited to learn why GGC is a good fit for your students. 

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Private school experience, affordable public school cost.
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More than 81% of all students qualify for financial aid.
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Average class size is 20 students.
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45 plus concentrations of study
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Homero Gonzalez, '11

How will you go about reaching success? That’s up to you. That’s the adventure. That’s the thrill that makes life worth living ... You can always forge your own path.

Homero Gonzalez, '11
Bachelor of Business Administration: Marketing concentration
Shelby Myers, '17

If it was not for the faculty who pushed me and dedicated their time toward helping me succeed in my classes, I would not be the confident and fun-loving [kindergarten] teacher I am right now.

Shelby Myers, '17
Bachelor of Science in Education: Early childhood education
Jordan McKay, '18

Through our nursing program’s relationship with the community, I was given the opportunity to gain hands-on experience at local hospitals in clinical rotations and build clinical skills in a true healthcare environment with real, complex patients.

Jordan McKay, '18
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
 
*Some photos taken pre-COVID-19 guidelines.