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Congratulations to the newest members of the Panther Family. You’re ready to review your next steps in becoming an official Georgia State Panther.
Curiosity about pups in yellow vests led Andrea Beltran to become certified to train service dogs for people who are visually impaired—and to enroll in law school.
Originally from rural Vietnam, Jimmy Tran knows what it’s like to grow up without safe drinking water. So the Georgia State business student founded the Aquaheru Foundation to provide portable water filters to communities without access to clean water.
Stay up to date with the implementation committee at the consolidation website. The site will be updated regularly and includes FAQs and video footage of the town hall meetings at Georgia Perimeter and Georgia State.
Computer science student Gene Chorba makes a living by conquering hackathons across the country.
The Atlanta Film Festival presents screenings of “Los Hongos” (Oct. 10) and “Pelo Malo” (Oct. 11) at Georgia State’s Rialto Center during Hispanic Heritage Month.
The Office of Undergraduate Admissions hosts daily information sessions. Each 30-minute session is conducted by an admissions counselor.
Check out all 16 Georgia State athletic teams competing for Sun Belt Conference and national titles.
While convenience is often the number one reason for living on campus, you’ll find Georgia State offers our students much more than just a place to study and sleep.
View the list of academic programs offered by Georgia State and learn more about them.
Student blogs provide a closer look at the Georgia State experience. Get student perspectives and viewpoints on life in Atlanta.
Learn more about Incept, the official Georgia State undergraduate orientation program. It is required for new freshmen and strongly encouraged for new transfer students.
Learn more about cooperative education, which offers full-time, paid work experiences tied to students’ academic programs.
The school’s nationally ranked public affairs programs prepare students to strengthen communities around the world through policy research, scholarship and leadership.
The school prepares tomorrow’s health care professionals to provide optimal patient care and health education through classroom instruction, clinical practice and community outreach.
The college’s 24 departments and institutes, from Art to Astronomy, connect students to top-notch faculty, world-class facilities and all the opportunities available in a global city.
The College prepares educators to optimize student learning in urban and rural settings through its innovative programs, entrepreneurial research, leadership opportunities and community involvement.
Consistently ranked a top five best value school, the college prepares its students to make an immediate impact after graduation through an accessible, practice-based legal education.
The college engages a diverse and talented community of undergraduate scholars with experiences that prepare them for a lifetime of achievement.
Home to one of the largest accredited MPH programs in the Southeast and one of the most diverse student bodies in the nation, the School advances public health through education, research and service—particularly in urban settings and for global populations.
The Washington Post called Georgia State “a perpetual laboratory for new ideas on using ‘big data’ to improve higher education,” noting the university’s innovative efforts to keep disadvantaged students on track toward a degree.
Oct. 1, 2015
U.S. News & World Report ranked Georgia State 14th in the nation for its commitment to undergraduate teaching, among institutions such as Yale, Stanford, Duke and Michigan. The publication identified schools “where the faculty has an unusually strong commitment to undergraduate teaching.”
U.S. News & World Report ranked Georgia State 5th in the country among the top “most innovative” universities, a list of schools nominated by college and university leaders. The list includes institutions that are making the most innovative improvements in terms of curriculum, faculty, students, campus life, technology or facilities.
The National Jurist ranks Georgia State’s College of Law No. 1 on its list of Best Value Law Schools in major metropolitan areas and the No. 3 Best Value Law School in the nation.
The National Jurist
Georgia State’s graduate biology program in the College of Arts and Sciences is ranked 22nd in the nation by GraduatePrograms.com.