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  1. Albany State University

    504 College Drive Albany, GA 31705 See Map
    Now offering nearly forty undergraduate and master’s programs, Albany State was founded as a Bible and vocational training institute for African Americans. In 1943 it became a four-year teacher training institution under the state university system.
  2. Atlanta Metropolitan State College

    1630 Metropolitan Parkway SW Atlanta, GA 30310 See Map
    Originally founded as Atlanta Junior College, AMSC, a unit of the University System of Georgia, is now a four-year liberal arts school, offering bachelor’s and associate’s degrees and certificates. It accommodates a diverse student body, about half of whom attend part time.
  3. Brenau University

    500 Washington Street SE Gainesville, GA 30501 See Map
    Brenau maintains its historic and original single-gender residential Women’s College in Gainesville and also has expanded offerings for both men and women online and on campuses throughout Georgia.
  4. Brewton-Parker College

    201 David-Eliza Fountain Circle P.O. Box 197 Mount Vernon, GA 30445 See Map
    Brewton-Parker is a liberal arts institution with a Georgia Baptist affiliation. Its campus in Mount Vernon provides residential students with opportunities for involvement in student organizations, intramural sports, and campus ministry. An external campus is located in Newnan.
  5. Clark Atlanta University

    223 James P. Brawley Drive Atlanta, GA 30314 See Map
    Among the largest of the thirty-seven United Negro College Fund schools, Clark Atlanta is affiliated with the United Methodist Church and offers thirty-eight degree programs through four schools.

Tuition Key

$  Less than $10K
$$  $10,000 to 15,000
$$$  $15,000 to 20,000
$$$$  More than $20K

Ranges reflect a school's yearly tuition. Among public schools, in-state tuition is considered.

Editor's Notes

Atlanta magazine's Georgia College Guide directory includes all schools that have campuses in the state, offer four-year undergraduate programs, and are accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) or, for satellite campuses, regional equivalents in the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.

Tuition figures are undergraduate and do not include fees or room and board.

HOPE figures are consolidated, including standard HOPE and Zell Miller awards.

Many schools still only use math and critical reading SAT scores for admissions. For that reason, we have noted composite math and reading scores to provide consistent comparison. When available we have noted the composite three-part scores. The 2013 Georgia average on the three-part test was 1452, compared with 1498 nationally.

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