Attention. Affordability. Access.
GGC School of Business: Mariam Mirzoyan
School of Education: Reggie Hairston
School of Health Sciences: Sarah Kim
School of Liberal Arts: Carla Williams & Micaih Ruiz
School of Science and Technology: Mark Guevera
Georgia Gwinnett College’s groundbreaking model supports student learning
Located in the heart of Gwinnett County, Georgia Gwinnett College (GGC) has been exceeding expectations since opening its doors in 2006. About 260 acres of rolling terrain has become a metropolitan campus of about 13,000 students – and is the college of choice for Gwinnett County high school students. GGC is also ranked #9 top public school in the Southern Region by U.S. News & World Report (2018).
GGC’s degree programs are aligned with regional employment and economic development needs, ensuring maximum opportunities for students; from business, education and nursing to a newly developed cinema and media arts degree. Outstanding value, coupled with GGC’s personal attention, provides a private school experience at a public school cost.
Georgia Gwinnett College adapts to students’ needs – from individual learning styles to work and life schedules, while providing the support for earning a bachelor’s degree.
GGC’s innovative practices, caring culture and extremely affordable tuition are changing the future for students at all levels, of all ages and from all walks of life. Faculty and staff meet students wherever they are and help them reach their maximum potential.
GGC’s groundbreaking, four-year college model changes how educators facilitate and support student learning. The innovative model is characterized by GGC’s integrated approach to these three critical elements: attention, affordability and access.
Attention: GGC’s committed faculty and staff provide students with the support and tools they need to be successful in college and in life.
Affordability: GGC offers a high-quality, attentive education for a lot less money.
Access: GGC opens the door to four-year degrees for more people, including those who might have never considered college.