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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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At Emory, professors truly seem to care about their students' academic success. They make time to meet with students to discuss everything from ways to prepare for graduate school to confusing topics covered in the classroom. Emory tries to keep...

” – Molly from Woodland Hills, CA
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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Georgia Tech is a very competitive campus, as expected from a college that is ranked among the top engineering schools in the U.S. However, there is always help available, such as tutoring and extra review sessions.&#13;
As for the instructors...

” – Dixita from Parsippany, NJ
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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Although most intro classes are large (300+), the teachers are for the most part very friendly and available during office hours and for any additional meetings. All of the professors and grad assistants are very knowledgeable.

” – Caitlyn from Lilburn, 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 College is a private, independent, historically black liberal arts women's college, although men from Morehouse and Clark Atlanta University take courses here. There is much diversity here at Spelman, although from the outside it may not...

” – Avi Victoria from New York, NY
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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Attending Mercer University is one of the best decisions you can ever make. The environment is nice, friendly and there are many fun things to do around campus. The price is really expensive but it is not unexpected considering it is a private...

” – Mercer Student
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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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Wesleyan College is a women's college founded in 1836. It has a pretty campus. The school is usually very quite which is good for concentrating on school.

” – Daeun from Macon, GA
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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A college that is accepting of students from every background possibly imaginable. The possibilities are endless for what you want to study with classes that include a variety of interests and programs allowing students to create their own majors if...

” – Catherine
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 is a large, outdoorsy campus with a student to deer ratio of 1:3 Classes are very difficult but you learn a lot and you are challenged every day which will help you out in the long run. Every student is offered a job on campus and you can get...

” – Anna from Owensboro, KY
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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Most enthusiastic, motivating personnel with all faculty masters' degrees and above. Provides state of the art communication and visits to classrooms, athletic events, scholarship weekends with parents included. Individual attention evident in small...

” – Joshua from Murrayville, 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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Valdosta State University is a very intellectual college. They have both average and rigorous courses. The professors actually care about you succeeding and the classes are small so that the teacher:student ratio is acceptable; helping to stimulate...

” – Tempest from Valdosta, 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 nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains. You get personal attention from professors. The college is close to major cities.

” – Brittany from Lithia, FL
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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gcsu is a wonderful college. there are many majors and majors to choose. there are also many clubs, organizations, sororities, and fraternities to join.

” – Jiya from Milledgeville, 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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the staff here are friendly and cares about you and your success

” – MAURIA from Cairo, 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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As a freshman music major, my review will focus on the school of music. The professors all have varied personalities which contribute to their unique teaching. However, the most impressive part of the school of music are the instrumental teachers. I...

” – Vivian from Marietta, 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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The professors are very friendly and this makes the learning experience better. Overall i learned a lot from just my first semester at GSU.

” – Muhammed from Columbus, OH
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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Clark Atlanta University is a great HBCU to attend for a plentiful of reasons. I would describe the atmosphere on campus as being scholarly, united and fun. The tuition may be steep but CAU is a private college and students receive the knowledge that...

” – Nailah from Minneapolis, MN
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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I have learned so much since I started going to North Georgia. The class sizes are small so that the teachers can work really good with you. I have already got the chance to work in the field of the career I am interested in, and I'm only a...

” – Cayla from Cleveland, 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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The professors here know what they are doing. The University is very strict on who the hire to teach each student. Each professor is different but all of them tend to care about the students their well-being.

” – Rashaunna from Stone Mountain, 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 have found that a majority of the Faculty and Staff members at CSU love their job. They want to teach and they want you to learn. Since the class sizes are relatively small it isn't difficult to interact with other students in study groups or group...

” – Taylor from Columbus, 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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Clayton State University is an unique school. This school offers a varies of programs and resources to that can be tailored to fit your needs and wants. Clayton State might be a small campus but it impact of the world is huge.

” – Amber from Morrow, 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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Georgia Southwestern is a has a small, but beautiful campus. At first glance, you might think the classes are easy, but most of them are very rigorous. Although Americus is a small town, there is something to do everyday on campus or in the community...

” – Victoria from Fortson, GA
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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The courses I have studied here are rigorous and numerous. General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Calculus I, II, and III, and Criminal Procedure are a few of the most challenging classes I have taken. However, the professors and fellow peers at...

” – James from Roswell, 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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I love my HBCU. In every department I have had the opportunity to work with, someone is always ready to help you do better. Building connections is key, but if you do the experience is great, and you can truly get anywhere from here.

” – Chantel from JACKSONVILLE, FL
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 upholds a rich tradition in promoting intelligent and strong men for the future. the institution offers programs that cover a wide array of student interests from academic to sports. international students love the college's...

” – Jonathan from Miami, FL
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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The professors here are very knowledgeable about the courses they teach. They are strict about getting work turned in on time but only because they want to see the students here succeed.

” – Shanika from Macon, GA
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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At Reinhardt College I am learning a lot because my classes are small. The class sizes are about 25 people for general core classes. I am also making many friends because of the small campus.

” – Elizabeth from Cumming, 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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small campus that allows freshmen to bring their cars on campus. professors are very friendly and openly encourage for students to come to them for one-on-one time if needed. &#13;
a wide variety of degrees are available along with new ones being added...

” – Lindsey from Pooler, 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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In my two years here, I have had the best professors. They keep class interesting and fun. I have learned valuable information that will stay with me forever.

” – Sarah from Forsyth, 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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GGC is a very diverse college.
GGC is out of the ordinary.
GGC is absolutely SUPERB!

” – Sojerta from Winder, 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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I love the college experience. I definitely recommend to anyone. No ACT or SAT scores. You can take the compass test to be placed.

” – Delaney from Statesboro, GA