SAT Average: 1000-1200
As one might assume, the School of Agriculture and Natural Resources is the largest on campus at this historic college, but other degrees—such as business and communications—are popular, and nursing is the largest single major.
This liberal arts college for women offers personalized instruction. The campus, noted for its classic architecture, is in the heart of Decatur.
Armstrong is located in historic Savannah and offers 100-plus academic programs in four colleges: education, liberal arts, science and technology, and health professions. All classes are taught by faculty members rather than graduate assistants.
Featuring the world’s largest contiguous college campus, Berry spans more than 27,000 acres just north of Rome. Founded to provide higher education opportunities for rural young people, Berry evolved into a full liberal arts college.
The forty-three-acre campus of this fast-growing state school provides Greek life, an international student body, intramural sports, and more than 100 registered clubs and organizations.
Georgia Regents University, home of the Medical College of Georgia, is one of only four public research institutions in Georgia. The university includes nine colleges with nearly 9,000 students, 1,500 full-time faculty members, and 7,000 staff members.
Georgia Southern is growing—with a record enrollment of 20,500 from forty-nine states and more than ninety countries, it is recognized by U.S. News & World Report as one of the top ten most popular universities in the nation.
A major research institution, Georgia State in downtown Atlanta is the second-largest university in Georgia, offering sixty-two degrees in 250 fields of study.
Georgia’s third-largest university, Kennesaw State draws more than 24,600 students from 130 countries. Ninety bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degree programs represent business, education, humanities, science, and other academic disciplines.
This four-year liberal arts and sciences institution is the oldest private college in Georgia. LaGrange actively encourages a global perspective by providing entering freshmen a $2,500 travel voucher for an off-campus travel experience during their junior or senior year.