Georgia Colleges and Universities

From its fabulous offshore islands and Atlantic beaches, to sizzling Atlanta, and along all the red clay country in-between, Georgia combines its rich historical heritage and tantalizing recreational areas with state-of-the-art educational opportunities. Atlanta, with more than 4 million area residents, is home to abundant historical, dining, musical, and sporting activities, along with museums and research institutions. Athens, host to the oldest state-chartered university in the country, also is the birthplace of Southern alternative rock and roll.

Georgia is proud parent to two regional universities, four research universities, additional private four-year colleges, and an extensive community college network. State-supported schools include The University of Georgia, in Athens, Atlanta's Georgia Institute of Technology, and Georgia Southern University in Statesboro. Well-known private colleges and universities in the state include Emory University, Morehouse College, and Wesleyan College.

Total Number of Georgia Schools: 180

# of Public Schools: 58
# of Private Schools: 120



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