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Emory University

Emory University is a liberal arts institution located in Atlanta, Georgia, with a second campus in Oxford. The 600-acre campus in the Druid Hills neighborhood is home to four undergraduate and seven graduate colleges, as well as over a dozen...

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Emory University is an overall great school with a variety of resources available to students-- numerous clubs covering an array of specific interests, free tutoring in any subject, a career center to help students build their resumes, free...

” – Monique from Columbus, GA
Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus

Georgia Institute of Technology, more commonly known as Georgia Tech, is a 4-year research institution offering technology-focused education based out of Atlanta, GA. The institution has a number of instructional sites, including online and physical...

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If you are someone who is dedicated, motivated, and passionate about learning, then Georgia Tech is the school for you. Although this school expects hard work and determination in all subject areas, all that you have learned will benefit the next...

” – Alexandra from Woodstock, GA
University of Georgia

The University of Georgia is a land- and sea-grant public research university in Athens, GA. Founded in 1785, University of Georgia is one of three public universities to hold the title of the oldest public university in the US. With 17 different...

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It’s easy to say that you will learn a lot in the classrooms here at the University of Georgia because you will. What sets UGA apart is how you learn outside of the classroom. You experience new ideas, places, and interests that show you more of who...

” – Edward from Athens, GA
Spelman College

Spelman College is an historically Black college and the first in history for women only, which is still the college's primary focus today. The most selective women's college in the nation, Spelman has also topped US News & World Report's list of...

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spelman is a wonderful school with many great opportunities that many do not know about. make sure you network with your professors, your financial aid advisors/scholarship coordinators, and the career offices.

” – Saleena from Harrisburg, PA
Mercer University

Mercer University is one of America’s oldest and most distinctive institutions of higher learning, offering rigorous programs that span the undergraduate liberal arts to doctoral level degrees. While offering a breadth of programs found at much...

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Wonderful, intimate setting. Challenging, but it is easy to receive help in your classes. Always something to do, from sports to clubs to food!

” – Kia from Mableton, GA
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Wesleyan College is a private, 4-year, women’s institution. Founded in 1836, Wesleyan was the first college in the world chartered to grant degrees to woman, and its 200-acre, wooded campus has since been added to the National Register of Historic...

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It is a very friendly College
Very diverse in terms of students
and very welcoming

” – Esther famurewa
Agnes Scott College

Agnes Scott College is a private all-female institution affiliated with the Presbyterian Church. The campus is located in Decatur, Georgia, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Agnes Scott has been called one of the “Seven...

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Agnes Scott has an amazing atmosphere. The campus is beautiful. I give Agnes Scott an 8.

” – Cadence from San Diego, CA
Berry College
Mount Berry, GA
Berry College

Berry College is a 4-year liberal arts institution located in Mount Berry, Georgia. Berry became a 4-year, coeducational college in 1926 and has since grown to offer 42 majors and 38 minors for its undergraduate degree population through four schools...

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Berry provides it's students with the best working experiences. This allows for the students attending, to be well prepared for working out in the real word outside of college. This school is also really big on community service and giving back to...

” – Shakarah from Madison, GA
LaGrange College

LaGrange College is a private, 4-year institution established in the state of Georgia. Academics at LaGrange feature an interim session called the “Jan Term”, which is between the fall and spring semesters and is utilized for study abroad programs...

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I am only a freshman, and yet I know I have already learned far more than I ever did in high school. Even though the other reviews say that they didnt learn much, I have found all of my professors to be knowledgeable and insightful, as well as...

” – Angela from Newnan, GA
Oglethorpe University

Chartered in 1835, Oglethorpe University is a private liberal arts college situated in Brookhaven, Georgia. The Oglethorpe University’s Gothic revival-style campus has been added to the National Register of Historic Places. It is home to the Crypt of...

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Financial aid is wonderful at this school. It's a private school and is therefore expensive, but they will do their utmost to help you attend.

” – Lindsey from Peachtree City, GA
Piedmont University

Piedmont College is a private institution founded in 1897 and affiliated with the United Church of Christ. This independent liberal arts college operates two campuses, the main one in Demorest at the foothills of Appalachian Mountains and a commuter...

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Piedmont College is a small but well rounded school. the atmosphere in the classrooms helps me to better understand the subject and the professors are very friendly. there is so much to do on a small campus!

” – Courtney from Byron, GA
Valdosta State University

Founded as a normal college for women, Valdosta State University is a public institution in southern Georgia and part of the University System of Georgia. Valdosta State confers degrees in over 100 majors, minors, and certificates. Additionally, VSU...

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This University offers a real college life complete with, dorm rooms, sorority and fraternity life, and the overall load of what college life can be. I have enjoyed going here I would rate the college as a basically average college that offers many...

” – Amanda from Patterson, GA
Emmanuel College
Franklin Springs, GA
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Emmanuel College Georgia is a private, Christian, liberal arts institution located in the city of Franklin Springs. EC is Christ-centered, and based in Evangelical, Pentecostal faith. For full-time students, attendance of a weekly chapel and a weekly...

Brenau University

Brenau University is a four year, liberal arts institution that has called Gainesville, Georgia, home since 1878. It is comprised of four academic colleges that confer degrees, certificates, and provide specialist training in over 40 areas of study...

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A school of excellence!! They take pride in listening to me and providing guidance as needed.

” – Charmain from Gainsville, GA
Savannah College of Art and Design

Founded in 1978, the Savannah College of Art and Design is a private arts university with two locations in Georgia, and a study abroad location in Lacoste, France. With a goal of preparing students for creative professions, SCAD grants degrees in...

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I enrolled in this art school not knowing the basics, and was apprehensive about attending. However, within the one year and one quarter that I've been in classes, my fears have been proven insignificant. The professors really walk you through...

” – Lauren from Warner Robins, GA
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Young Harris College is a private liberal arts school situated in the Southern Appalachian Mountains. It is affiliated with the United Methodist Church. All undergraduate students must complete a core curriculum that includes public speaking and...

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Young Harris is a top of the notch learning school. With small class sizes professors are ablet to get to know the students on individual basis and help them with their needs. They have excellent tutoring programs and the best academic services.

” – Hannah from Hiram, GA
Covenant College
Lookout Mountain, GA
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Covenant College is a liberal arts school affiliated with the Presbyterian Church. It is located atop Lookout Mountain in Georgia and is rated as having “more selective” admissions. Student-life and the academic curriculum revolves around Reformed...

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Covenant is very Christ centered. It's very small, but that means that you have the opportunity to build relationships with your professors. The people are in general very friendly and quirky.

” – Molly from Chester, VT
Toccoa Falls College

Toccoa Falls College is a private, Christ-centered institution established in Toccoa, Georgia. The college is situated on a 1,100-acre campus near the Chattahoochee National Forest, with its namesake, the Toccoa Falls, occupying space on the college...

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Toccoa's a great place to get away from the hurry and scurry of life and focus on God, fellowship, and academics. It's only 1.5 hours from Atlanta and an hour from Greenville, SC, so you can still get to civilization when you want it! Great...

” – Becca from Savannah, GA
Georgia College & State University

Georgia College and State University is a public liberal arts university located in Millegdeville, GA, and a member of the University System of Georgia. Georgia College is home to schools of Business, Education, Arts & Sciences, and Health Sciences...

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It's a perfect happy medium between the itty bitty- ness of Young Harris and the colossal UGA. &#13;
There is always something going on and all of it is something enriching. &#13;
The teachers are really what makes GCSU stand out; you can ask any one: these...

” – Stephanie from Kingsland, GA
Fort Valley State University

Founded in 1895, Fort Valley State University is a 4-year public public school in central Georgia and an Historically Black College and University. Part of the University System of Georgia, FVSU is home to colleges of Arts & Sciences, Agriculture...

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College is totally different than high school. You not only learn about academics but you also learn life lessons.

” – Ashley from College Park, GA
Georgia State University

Georgia State University is a 4-year public university with seven campuses throughout Atlanta and the largest university in the state by enrollment. GSU features 10 colleges and schools conferring degrees in over 100 areas of study. Additionally, the...

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After attending Savannah State University. I want to attend Georgia State University because I believe this University will help me prepair myself for law school. I want to recieve my Masters Degree from Georgia State. Then I would like to proceed to...

” – Shakari from Savannah, GA
Shorter University

Shorter University is a private liberal arts institution associated with the Georgia Baptist Convention. The main campus is located in Rome, GA, and there is a satellite campus in Atlanta. Business administration and management, liberal arts and...

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shorter university is an amazing school. the class sizes are small, and the professors are very dedicated to your success.

” – jasmine from tallahassee, fl
Georgia Southern University

Founded in 1906 as a land-grant college, Georgia Southern University is a public research institution and part of the University System of Georgia. GSU’s main campus at Statesboro is situation on 900 acres of land and offers more than 50...

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Georgia Southern is definelty a big scale, small feel university. The resources here are great, you get a great education here, and the campus is beautiful. I am really glad that I chose Southern

” – Ashley - Alpharetta, GA
Clark Atlanta University

Formed by the merger of Clark College and Atlanta University, Clark Atlanta University is an Historically Black College and University affiliated with the United Methodist Church in Atlanta. CAU is home to colleges of Business Administration...

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When they said college was hard they lied to us all. You must apply yourself. Especially since your pushing out the bucks more rapidly than there coming in. Clark Atlanta is my home away from home. I guarantee any problem your dealing with they will...

” – Teresa from Philadelphia, PA
University of North Georgia

University of North Georgia is a public university in Dahlonega, an hour north of Atlanta, and is a member of University System of Georgia. The university offers more than 100 programs of study through five academic colleges, boasting 50 academic...

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North Georgia is located in the beautiful rolling hills of the Appalachian mountains and the surrounding area is beautiful year round. The campus is small enough to easily walk to all of your classes but big enough that you can meet amazing new...

” – Margaret from Dahlonega, GA
University of West Georgia

The University of West Georgia is a public, 4-year, R3 doctoral research university. UWG offers over 85 academic programs, and is home to an Honors College. UWG is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and...

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UWG wasn't my first choice but I thank God He knows what's best. I had the chance to become part on an on/campus ministry called BCF and met THE most amazing people through it. Carrollton overall is quiet and great for studies. That being said, the...

” – Salome - Powder Springs, GA
Columbus State University

Originally housed in a renovated hosiery mill, Columbus State University is a public institution in western Georgia. Columbus State encompasses colleges of Business, Letters & Sciences, the Arts, and Education conferring undergrad degrees in 46...

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I thoroughly enjoyed going to Columbus State University and have had my share of the good and the bad that come with being a student there. It was extremely affordable for a state college and provided a very good environment for learning.

” – Michael from Hamilton, GA
Clayton  State University

Clayton State University is a 4-year public school in the Atlanta metro area and part of the University System of Georgia. Featuring a 214-acre park-like campus, Clayton State confers undergraduate degrees in over 60 academic majors and minors. In...

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The professors at Clayton State are so wonderful. They connect with the students on a personal level which encourages you to want to learn even more. They make sure you get your times worth in class and it's rare you will leave confused

” – Alexa from Stockbridge, GA
Georgia Southwestern State University

Georgia Southwestern State University is a 4-year public institution and part of the University System of Georgia. GSW is home to five colleges and schools conferring bachelor’s degrees in 40 academic areas of study. Additionally, Georgia...

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The professors are knowledgeable in their class. I am currently taking Anatomy & Physiology this semester and I am enjoying myself because the human body is interesting.

” – Azriel from Columbus, GA
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Truett McConnell University is a private liberal arts institution based in Cleveland, Georgia. It is administered by the Georgia Baptist Convention. Nursing, biblical studies, and business are the most popular majors. Weekly chapel services and guest...

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When I visited this school I was able to attend a few classes as well. The learned environment was wonderful!! The professors were so willing to assist any students needs or wants and gave there all. This school provides many resources for students...

” – Alyssa from Bluffton, SC
Kennesaw State University

One of the top 50 largest public schools in the United States, the third-largest university in the state, Kennesaw State University is a 4-year institution with two campuses in the Atlanta metro area. KSU is home to 13 colleges granting degrees in...

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There are good teachers and bad. Study hard it helps you make good grades! Don't take a class your not interested in early unless you are a morning person.

” – Aisha from Mcdonough, GA
Savannah State University

Founded in 1890, Savannah State University is an Historically Black College and University in east Georgia and the state’s oldest public HBCU. A member of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund, Savannah State grants bachelor’s degrees in 30 academic...

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Savannah State University is one of the Historically Black College/University in the South and the only university that lies on the coast. The campus is beautiful and they offer great academic and extracurricular activities that one can join. The...

” – Jacquez from Albany, GA
Morehouse College

Founded in 1867, Morehouse College is an Historically Black College and University in Atlanta and a 4-year liberal arts college for men. Morehouse grants bachelor’s degrees in 26 academic majors and the college consistently produces more Rhodes...

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Morehouse College is the perfect instutution. It have excellent teachers that can have individual time with their student becauese of the number of student that attend the college.

” – Trey from Lynn, MA
Andrew College

Andrew College is a private, 2-year institution located in Cuthbert, Georgia. Students attending Andrew campus have access to a number of state-of-the-art facilities, such as the Jinks Gymnasium, the ceramics studio, and the Jones Chapel. Andrew...

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It is a 12:1 student teacher ratio! love it !

” – Fernanda from Buford, GA
Albany State University

Albany State University is an Historically Black College and University in southwest Georgia and part of the University System of Georgia. A member of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund, ASU is home to colleges of Arts & Sciences, Health Professions...

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Albany State University is located in a medium sized town. It is a nice sized school not too big not too small. The campus isn't confusing at all; it's very easy to navigate

” – Kilah bio kid
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Point University is a Christian, liberal arts university located in West Point, Georgia, and every degree includes either a major or minor in Biblical Studies. Point provides Academic Support Services both in-person and online, and is also home to...

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I love it here. The professor go out of their way to help you. The class sizes are an average high school class size or sometimes even smaller.

” – Heaven
Reinhardt University

The only institute of higher education with undergraduate and graduate degrees in Cherokee County, Reinhardt University is a prominent comprehensive liberal arts institution in Waleska, Georgia. Reinhardt offers more than 40 academic programs among...

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Reinhardt University is home to those who seek knowledge. The classes, well most of the classes, challenge one to obtain such an understanding and challenge all to do well in life. I have yet to have a terrible experience in any of my classes. Really...

” – Jessica from Trenton, GA
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Dalton State College is a public, 4-year institution located in the state of Georgia. Along with its traditional on-campus programs, the college also offers a unique online learning experience, giving students the opportunity to take single classes...

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Dalton State College is a financially affordable college with great majors to choose from. This college is growing into a two-year school to a four-year school with more and more degrees to choose from. I would give Dalton State an 8 out of 10.

” – Halie from Tunnel Hill, GA
Brewton-Parker College

Brewton-Parker College is a private institution based in Mount Vernon, Georgia, and affiliated with the Georgia Baptist Convention. The school provides a Biblically-centered and liberal arts-based curriculum. Business administration and management...

Paine College

Paine College is a private, historically black, liberal arts institution located in Augusta, Georgia. The college’s campus features a prominent historic district, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and is noted as a...

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Due to Paine College's size, which is limited, learning is an essential. Many students, like myself, are hands-on learners. The smaller classrooms and less students in each class make it much easier to stay alert and focused.

” – MaLisa from Lithonia, GA
College of Coastal Georgia

The College of Coastal Georgia is a public institution located in Brunswick. It is part of the University System of Georgia and provides student-centered academic programs. The most popular majors are nursing, elementary education, and middle school...

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CCGA has excellent programs and many friendly people. You can always look forward to meeting someone new everyday almost. The college professors are always more than willing to help.

” – Brittany from Brunswick, GA
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Founded in 1852, Gordon State College is a public institution located in the rural town of Barnesville, Georgia. It is a member of the University System of Georgia and home to several athletic facilities that  include walking trails, racquetball...

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A great school for a beginning college student. Living on campus is a great way to meet new people and study partners. Gordon is also a nice head start to being on your own.

” – Clinesha from Atlanta, GA
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Formerly known as Armstrong State University, Georgia Southern University-Armstrong Campus is a residential campus of the University System of Georgia. GSU-Armstrong offers bachelor’s degree programs in over 50 Georgia Southern majors from seven...

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Armstrong is a great school for getting one on one attention from your professors and it makes it easy to get involved here. Every teacher I have had has been passionate and really enjoys what they teach.

” – Nick from Richmond Hill, GA
Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College

Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College is a public institution and part of the University System of Georgia. ABAC is based in Tifton, Georgia and is home to the Forest Lakes Golf Club, Georgia Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village, and the J.G...

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i love abac. the teachers are great. i love their food also.

” – Cornelius from Sylvester, GA
Middle Georgia State University

Formed by the consolidation of Middle Georgia College and Macon State College, Middle Georgia State University is a 4-year institution with five central Georgia campuses. MGA is home to eight colleges conferring undergraduate and graduate degrees...

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Middle Georgia State (Macon State) is a very organized and structured college. They have great financial aid plan for people who struggle to find the money for college. Middle Georgia State also has awesome professors who do all they can to help you...

” – Kaylee from Warner Robins, GA
Augusta University

Augusta University is a public institution in eastern Georgia, a short distance from the Savannah River. Home to 10 colleges and schools, Augusta offers programs in the liberal arts, cyber security, business, and education, as well as a full range of...

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While currently attending Georgia Health Sciences University (now known as Georgia Regents University), I can that I am more satisfied with the professors, education, and knowledge gained from this university than I anticipated. Previously I had...

” – Heather from Woodstock, GA
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Founded in 2006, Georgia Gwinnett College is a 4-year public school in the greater Atlanta area and part of the University System of Georgia. Georgia Gwinnett confers undergrad degrees in 18 academic majors and 13 minors. In addition to classroom...

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I am really learning a lot from Georgia Gwinnett College. The atmosphere is great and so are the teachers.

” – Melissa from Lilburn, GA
Georgia Military College

Georgia Military College is a public, 2-year institution located in the city of Milledgeville. GMC consists of 13 campuses throughout the state of Georgia, with an online campus for distance learners, and a prep school for middle school and high...

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Georgia Military College is the best place to go if you are uneasy about being away from the comfort of high school. The teachers are always willing to go above and beyond for the students who try their best. GMC also has multiple trip...

” – Katie from Eatonton, GA
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Established in 1973, East Georgia State College is a public, 4-year institution located in the city of Swainsboro, and it is a member of the University System of Georgia. EGSC offers over 20 certificate and degree programs, many of which are...

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Its a quiet little college that offers a great personal classroom experience. The advisers and staff are always friendly and helpful and ready to guide you through your college experience. Its a fantastic college for first time college goers.

” – Jazzmin from Swainsboro, GA