Site Information

The Georgia Gwinnett College website aims to provide you with accurate, up-to-date and accessible information, delivered in an organized, easy to navigate environment.


Many of the resources linked from our website are not maintained by Georgia Gwinnett College. We are unable to monitor all linked resources, only those pages which fall directly within our web structure ( We are in no way responsible for the content of these linked resources, and the statements, views and opinions expressed in linked resources do not reflect the opinion of Georgia Gwinnett College.

Site Requirements

The Georgia Gwinnett College website was developed to function in browsers that comply with the W3C standards for CSS, XHTML and the DOM. Browsers that implement most of these standards include, but are not limited to, the latest versions of ChromeFirefoxMicrosoft Edge and Safari.

Some documents on this website are in Portable Document Format (PDF). In order to view PDF documents, users must first download the free Adobe Reader software, which lets you view, navigate and print PDF documents. Instructions for downloading and installing the Adobe Reader are available on the Adobe website.


We believe every person deserves an accessible website, which is why we have designed, developed and created our website – for people of all abilities and disabilities – with equal access to information and universal usability in mind. A text only version of our website is available, for your convenience. Please report accessibility issues to @email.


We are committed to continuously improving our website, including following web accessibility guidelines, and we welcome your feedback.  If you have questions, comments, concerns or suggestions for our site, please contact us at @email.