Georgia Gwinnett College

Georgia Gwinnett College is the state’s first public college in more than 100 years to be founded as a four-year institution. Since its opening, enrollment has grown from 118 to nearly 10,000. The college offers twelve majors with thirty-eight areas of study and will add a bachelor’s program in nursing in fall 2014.

Founded 2005

Undergraduate enrollment 9,880


In-state tuition $115.40/credit hour, capped at $1,731/semester for full-time students

Out-of-state tuition $430.67/credit hour, capped at $6,460/semester for full-time students

Georgia freshmen on HOPE 17.4%

Average composite three-part SAT score for entering freshmen n/a (Fall 2014 will be the first semester that the SAT will be required.)

Average class size for freshman courses 25

Popular majors biology, business administration, criminal justice/criminology, early childhood education, English, exercise science, history, information technology, mathematics, political science, psychology, special education