Student Demographics

Fall 2017NumberPercentage (%)
Enrolled full-time1,87768.9%
Enrolled part-time    84631.1%
Average age24 years--
American Indian40.1%
Native Hawaiian50.2%
Race Unknown281.0%
Two or more races772.8%

Source: Office of Institutional Effectiveness, Office of Policy, Planning, and Analysis

Curriculum Delivery at a Glance

RetentionFall 2015 CohortFall 2016 Cohort
GGC Full-time Freshman Cohort 1-year retention rate69.3%67.3%
GraduationFall 2009 CohortFall 2010 Cohort
GGC 6-year graduation rate20.9%17.4%

SBA average class size for Fall 2017 is 34.2.

SBA program pass rates in all courses averages 87%.

SBA Faculty at a Glance

 Percent of 50 Full-time Faculty
Possess doctorate or other qualifying terminal degree92%
In the past 5 years, published 2 or more articles in peer reviewed journals80%
In the past 5 years, presented 1 or more refereed papers at an academic or professional conference88%

In addition to advising and mentoring, in Fall 2017, 82% of faculty have recorded defined student engagement activities. In 2017, the faculty have participated in 194 engagement activities (e.g., Grizzly Orientation, Commencement, Convocation, field trips, and other activities directly engaging with students).

Employment Overview of SBA Alumni

Employment CategoryPercentage (%)
Unemployed by choice3%
Seeking employment3%
Alumni reporting annual income of $35,000 +87%
Alumni reporting annual income of $50,000 +55%


  • 100% of SBA faculty contributed to the most recent We are GGC annual campaign.
  • For the fourth consecutive year, Georgia Gwinnett College (GGC) was ranked number one for its ethnic diversity by the U.S. News & World Report (USN&WR) annual College Compass rankings of U.S. colleges and universities. GGC ranked as #9 top public school in the Southern region.
  • Based on the most recent National Survey for Student Engagement (NSSE), SBA faculty are rated for quality higher than their peers in the Southeast Public and Carnegie Classifications.
  • Also based on the most recent version of the NSSE, students would choose to attend GGC at the same rate as their peers in the Southeast Public and Carnegie Classifications.

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