Georgia Gwinnett College
An innovative model for higher education, Georgia Gwinnett College comprises a diverse student population of about 13,000 students, representing 32 U.S. states and more than 120 nations. An average class size of 21, coupled with strong faculty engagement and mentoring, creates a dynamic learning community where students experience high levels of success. These factors are key to GGC’s high retention rates and its ability to accelerate students’ development into global leaders.
GGC has developed a targeted approach to increase the number of students completing college and moving into the workforce or on to graduate degree programs nationwide. The college offers 17 degree programs specifically designed to meet the needs of Gwinnett County, the region and the state. Nearly 50 areas of concentration and an Honors Program provide students flexibility within their degree programs.
- GGC History
- About GGC: GGC's Innovative Model, Vision and Mission, and Four Pillars
- Strategic Planning
- Institutional Research: GGC by the Numbers
- Maps and Directions
- Engage Magazine
- President's Report
- Focus Magazine: Lumina Foundation
- Focus Video: Lumina Foundation
- GGC Prospective Student Viewbook