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East Georgia State College Fact Sheet

Print friendly Modified October 31, 2013

President: Dr. Robert G. Boehmer
131 College Circle
Swainsboro, GA 30401-2699

  • Main: 478-289-2017
  • Admissions: 478-289-2017
  • Financial Aid: 478-289-2009
  • Compliance, Ethics, and Reporting Hotline: 877-516-3429

Institution Profile

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East Georgia State College, a four-year liberal arts institution of the University System of Georgia provides its students access to both academically transferable programs of study and collaborative programs in occupation related fields. The College prepares traditional and nontraditional students for success in the global 21st Century through a technologically advanced teaching and learning environment that fosters personal growth. The college continuously engages the communities it serves through public service, continuing education, cultural enrichment, and economic development opportunities.

  • East Georgia State College, located in east-central Georgia, offers educational value at an affordable cost with 24 associates of arts degrees designed for easy transfer to four-year institutions.

  • Over 2,700 traditional and non-traditional students attend East Georgia College.

  • East Georgia State College has an instructional site in Statesboro and offers online degrees in general studies, psychology and sociology, as well as collaborative degrees with Darton College in nursing and Georgia Southwestern State University in business administration.

  • Sponsor of numerous K-12 and community Outreach Programs designed to increase academic preparedness and foster community relations: 2nd grade exploration, EGC Math Initiative, Dr. Seuss Birthday Program, Celebration of Education, Math/Science Partnership Grant, Robotics/Science Initiative, and Healthy U Wellness Fair.

  • In addition to a more than $59 million dollar economic impact, the importance of the college to the region is signified by the outstanding collaborative community relationships and the 25,000+ area citizens served each year.

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