Gordon State College

An institution of the University System of Georgia

Overview

Gordon State College is a residential state college that offers baccalaureate degrees as well as associate-level concentrations of study. With an enrollment of 3,500 students, Gordon State offers an intimate academic setting in state-of-the-art classrooms and laboratories on a beautiful 235-acre campus. In this setting, students receive individualized attention that only a small college with dedicated faculty and staff can provide. Bachelor’s degrees are available in early childhood education, mathematics, biology, history, English, BSN, health services and informatics administration, human services, management and administration, pre-licensure BSN and middle grades education. In addition, GSC offers 16 associate-level degrees, which include numerous baccalaureate pathways.

  • The newest addition to the Gordon State College campus is the Student Services Center which features a one-stop location for admissions, financial aid and the bursar’s office. It is also the recipient of the University System of Georgia’s 2019 Innovation Award in Design.

  • Founded in 1852, Gordon State College joined the University System of Georgia in 1972 and continues a distinctive legacy of excellent scholarship and service.

  • In response to the needs of adult learners and others, Gordon State College offers evening classes on its main campus as well as classes at satellite locations in Griffin and McDonough.

  • Gordon State College had an economic impact of $137 million during FY18.

Gordon State College