Clayton State University

An institution of the University System of Georgia

Overview

Clayton State University – a four-year institution – cultivates an environment of engaged, experience-based learning, enriched by active community service, that prepares students of diverse ages and backgrounds to succeed in their lives and careers. By creating an educational experience that stimulates intellectual curiosity and critical thinking, fosters learning and innovative teaching methods, and provides an inviting and supportive campus, Clayton State University excels in preparing students from many walks of life to meet the challenges of living and working in a dynamic, global society.

  • The university enrolls more than 7,000 students from over 34 states and 32 countries, who seek personalized attention, small class sizes, outstanding faculty, career preparation, and a vibrant campus life.

  • Students can choose from 35 undergraduate degrees, 8 graduate degrees, and four associate degrees offered in the College of Arts and Sciences, Business, Health, or Information and Mathematical Sciences.

  • Clayton State had an economic impact of more than $274 million during FY 2017.

Clayton State University