Quick Facts

Georgia State University is one of the Southeast’s major public research institutions. It is among the top 100 public universities for doctoral degrees awarded. More than 250 degree programs with 100 fields of study are offered at the bachelor’s, master’s, specialist and doctoral levels. Students may enroll in day or evening classes and in part-time or full-time study.

Overview

Location  Atlanta, Georgia
Founded 1913
Status Public
Libraries University and Law combined holdings (volumes and micro text): 4,369,251
Degrees 100 fields of study with 250 degree programs offered through eight colleges
Enrollment About 32,000 undergraduate and graduate students as of fall 2012.
Accreditation Southern Association of Colleges and Schools – Commission on Colleges through 2018
Graduation Total degrees conferred since founding – 192,785; degrees conferred in 2012 – 7,366
Economic Impact More than $1.5 billion annually

 

Schools and Colleges:

Andrew Young School of Policy Studies
Byrdine F. Lewis School of Nursing and Health Professions
College of Arts and Sciences
College of Education
College of Law
Honors College
School of Public Health
J. Mack Robinson College of Business

 

Tuition and Fees

(full course load per semester for 2015-16)

Resident

Undergraduate $5,343
Graduate $5,648
Graduate Nursing $5,720
Graduate Business $6,860
Law $8,429

Nonresident

Undergraduate $14,448
Graduate $15,975
Graduate Nursing $16,047
Graduate Business $16,563
Law $18,228

Mandatory Fees

All Students $1,064
Law $1,121

 

Faculty

Total Full Time 1,144
Tenured or Tenure Track 67 percent

 

Athletics

NCAA Division I 16 Teams
Nickname Panthers
Mascot Name Pounce
Colors Blue and White
Conference Sun Belt Conference
(as of July 1, 2013)