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Georgia Gwinnett College

Georgia Gwinnett College (GGC) opened its doors to 118 students in 2006, as the nation’s first four-year public college founded in the 21st century. Today, GGC enrolls more than 9,500 students and excels in a number of success measures, debuting in U.S. News and World Report’s 2013 College Compass’ top 10 Southern public colleges. GGC’s students rank the College among the top 10 percent in the nation for active and collaborative learning, level of academic challenge, supportive campus environment, and student/faculty interaction outside of the classroom [2011 National Survey of Student Engagement].

Georgia Gwinnett College (GGC) opened its doors to 118 students in 2006, as the nation’s first four-year public college founded in the 21st century. Today, GGC enrolls more than 9,500 students and excels in a number of success measures, debuting in U.S. News and World Report’s 2013 College Compass’ top 10 Southern public colleges. GGC’s students rank the College among the top 10 percent in the nation for active and collaborative learning, level of academic challenge, supportive campus environment, and student/faculty interaction outside of the classroom [2011 National Survey of Student Engagement]. GGC is a dynamic learning community hallmarked by faculty and student interaction and mentoring. With GGC’s innovative use of technology and active-learning environments, students are provided with enhanced learning experiences, practical opportunities to apply knowledge, increased scheduling flexibility, and a variety of course delivery options. GGC is a new model for modern higher education, totally focused on ensuring student success. GGC is located in Lawrenceville, in the heart of vibrant Gwinnett County, about 30 miles northeast of Atlanta. Here, small town ambience is connected to the amenities of a big city. Gwinnett County is one of the most dynamic areas of the South to live and work. The College is a short drive from the mountains of northern Georgia and a few hours’ drive from both the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico coasts. Student Demographics More than 9,500 students representing a diverse array of cultures and countries ESL Program and/or Support Services GGC’s Academic Enhancement Center (AEC) offers tutoring in most disciplines, academic and skill-building workshops, and supplemental instruction. The Office of Internationalization helps guide our international students through college life by providing various support services and workshops. Student Housing Options Two, four, six, eight or twelve bedroom suites feature private bedrooms and shared living spaces. All suites are fully-furnished, including well-equipped kitchenettes. They also offer exclusive amenities and benefits, including on-site laundry facilities that email you when your clothes are done. Student Activities and Campus Life There are over 80 clubs, honor societies, and leadership organizations to encourage students to build on their college experience. Students are also provided with opportunities to participate in community service projects, internships, and other civic activities. For a full list of campus organizations, go to ggc.edu/studentlife Cost of Attendance and Financial Assistance The estimate cost of attendance for the 2013-2014 academic year Tuition: $10,336.08 (at 12 credits) Fees: $1784 Books: $1250 Health Insurance: $ 1381 Living Expenses: $11,450 Total: $26,201.08 Admission Requirements Please visit the Office of Internationalization webpage for a list of International Student Application Requirements International Student visas issued.

Locations

Campus
1000 University Center Lane
Lawrenceville, GA 30043

Application Deadlines

The application for admission or Semester Update Request Form must be submitted by the dates below for each semester.

Fall Semester - May 1
Spring Semester - Nov. 15
Summer Semester - April 1

All documents must be submitted by the dates below for each semester.

Fall Semester - May 8
Spring Semester - Nov. 22
Summer Semester - April 8

Types of Degrees

Bachelor's Degree

Academic Offering

Four-Year School