|GIT||Georgia Institute of Technology|
|GSU||Georgia State University|
|MCG||Medical College of Georgia|
|UGA||University of Georgia|
|GSOU||Georgia Southern University||Georgia Southern College|
|VSU||Valdosta State University||Valdosta State College|
|ALSU||Albany State University||Albany State College|
|AASU||Armstrong Atlantic State University||Armstrong State College|
|AUSU||Augusta State University||Augusta College|
|CCSU||Clayton College & State University||Clayton State College|
|CSU||Columbus State University||Columbus College|
|FVSU||Fort Valley State University||Fort Valley State College|
|GCSU||Georgia College & State University||Georgia College|
|GSSU||Georgia Southwestern State University||Georgia Southwestern College|
|KSU||Kennesaw State University||Kennesaw State College|
|NGSU||North Georgia College & State Univ.||North Georgia College|
|SSU||Savannah State University||Savannah State College|
|SPSU||Southern Polytechnic State University||Southern College of Technology|
|SUWG||State University of West Georgia||West Georgia College|
|DAL||Dalton State College||Dalton College|
|MSC||Macon State College||Macon College|
|ABAC||Abraham Baldwin Agric. College|
|AMC||Atlanta Metropolitan College||Atlanta Junior College|
|BC||Bainbridge College||Bainbridge Junior College|
|CGCC||Coastal Georgia Community College||Brunswick College|
|DAR||Darton College||Albany Junior College|
|EGC||East Georgia College||Emanuel County Junior College|
|FC||Floyd College||Floyd Junior College|
|GVC||Gainesville College||Gainesville Junior College|
|GPC||Georgia Perimeter College||DeKalb College|
|GOC||Gordon College||Gordon Junior College|
|MGC||Middle Georgia College|
|SGC||South Georgia College|
|WC||Waycross College||Waycross Junior College|
Clayton College & State University (formerly Clayton Junior College) was elevated from two-year college status to senior college status by Board action effective July 1, 1986. The first baccalaureate graduation was in June 1989.
Georgia Southern College became a regional university, Georgia Southern University, on July 1, 1990.
Valdosta State College became a regional university, Valdosta State University, on July 1, 1993.
Macon College became a state college, Macon State College, on July 1, 1997.
DeKalb College became Georgia Perimeter College, on July 1, 1998.
Dalton College became a state college, Dalton State College, on November 11, 1999.
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