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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.
Chemistry major Stephanie Thompson, along with fellow student Arielle Hackel, works to make science education accessible to elementary and middle school students.
Professor emeritus Tim Crimmins recounts the story of the 1907 fistfight over Prohibition in the Georgia State legislature.
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.
Journalism major Ciara Frisbie’s work on a class project generated an investigation into Bill Edwards, a former Fulton County commissioner, whose story ended up on page one of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and on WSB-TV.
Incept, Georgia State’s orientation program for new students, is offered throughout the summer.
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.
Georgia State’s College of Law is one of Above the Law’s Top 50 Law Schools, based on outcomes. Georgia State Law is 33rd, up 12 ranking spots since 2014.
Above the Law
Georgia State’s College of Law is in the top 50 best law schools based on job placement. The number 28 ranking is the best of any law school in Georgia.
The Institute of Health Administration in the J. Mack Robinson College of Business has been listed among the 50 Most Innovative University Healthcare Administration departments by TopMastersinHealthcare.com. The Master of Science in Health Administration and Master of Business Administration dual degree program is cited as unique multi-disciplinary advantage of the institute.
Top Master’s in Healthcare Administration
President Barack Obama praised Georgia State for helping more college students find pathways to graduation. “Georgia State, just to cite one example, is developing a new system to give small grants to students who might be a little behind on their bills.”
White House’s College Opportunity Day of Action
December 4, 2014
The master of social work program in the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies is ranked the fifth most affordable graduate social work program in the country by the Social Work Degree Guide.