Gainesville State College

Gainesville State College bachelor’s degrees include applied environmental spatial analysis (with tracks in environmental science, environmental studies, and information technology), design and technology for theater, early childhood care and education, and technology management. The nonresidential college has a satellite campus in Watkinsville and also offers associate’s degrees. Gainesville State is closely tied to the community: More than 85 percent of the college’s alumni live and work in northeast Georgia.

Founded 1964

Undergraduate enrollment 8,883


In-state tuition $1,080/semester

Out-of-state tuition $4,080/semester

Georgia freshmen on HOPE Scholarship data NA

Average composite three-part SAT score for entering freshmen n/a (Beginning in fall 2011, incoming freshmen and freshman transfers will be required to submit SAT or ACT scores to be considered for admission.)

Average class size for freshman courses 22

Popular undergraduate majors business administration, early childhood education, general studies, pre-nursing

No graduate programs