Georgia Gwinnett College (GGC) is a public college which is based in Lawrenceville, Gwinnett County, Georgia, US. It was established in 2006 and has been successfully educating students ever since. It has rapidly grown into a highly popular educational institution. It started off with 118 students and has nearly 12,000 students now. The campus is very modern and has state-of-the-art facilities. There are separate buildings, dedicated to different classes and activities. There is also a wellness centre, administration building, athletics complex and several student residence buildings. GGC is determined to provide excellent and personal education, that meets the individual’s needs and to perfectly prepare students for their future careers. The college does just that by adapting its schedule and teaching methods to the students’ needs and abilities. It is the first four-year college founded in Georgia. Georgia Gwinnett College is part of the University System. The campus is conveniently located in Lawrenceville, in the heart of Gwinnet County. Its the perfect learning environment, in a vibrant community 30 miles from downtown Atlanta. The college has a unique organizational structure that resembles the typical university education- the college has numerous administrative divisions and schools, such as a School of Business, School of Education, School of Health Sciences, School of Liberal Arts, School of Science and Technology, and a School of Transitional Studies. The teachers are highly qualified professionals, who are eager to pass on their knowledge and provide the students with valuable insights into the business world. GGC’s innovative teaching approach, caring culture and affordable tuition, are the main reasons for studying at this great institution. The school welcomes students from diverse backgrounds and hence enables students, who otherwise wouldn’t have been able to follow their academic dreams, to study. The classes are kept small to offer individual attention. Graduates are well-equipped to find employment after graduating.
I think this university is an amazing school and I love what they are doing with the place. The teachers are great and the students are great people to meet.i look forward for more semesters to come at this schoolView more
I would recommend GGC! It’s a great school for people who like smaller classroom sizes! It makes you feel more comfortable! The school is growing and it’s sometimes hard to find parking hopefully over time that will changeView more
GGC is a great institution for students to attend. The class sizes are small (which is great for teacher-student interaction), the teachers are understanding, the campus is clean, there are ample study rooms, and the cost of tuition is inexpensive. GGC was not my first college choice, but I’m glad life brought me there.View more
It was a interesting 4 months and I’m surprised I made a couple of friends. The teachers are very understanding but hard workers. The classes I took were a little hard but also easy at times. This college provides a challenge thus, making me more excited to learn. I look forward to my years in this college.View more
In all my time at GGC I’ve had great access to everyone I needed or wanted access to! I have my institutional President’s phone number that I’ve called before and have actually setup in-person meetings. My mentor is also always readily available. There are problems with any campus like parking or dining hall hours, but the education portion puts GGC light years ahead of where it should be given its age.View more
This school is one of the first colleges I’ve been to and I’ve noticed since this isn’t such a big school it helps students get comfortable and be aware of all that college gives nd brings to you. More interactions with student and teachers because there’s isn’t many students which helps a lot with learning material the right way.View more
I actually really like studying here in America. It is completely different and a new experience for me because I am from Austria. What I like about this college is that all classes are small meaning that you have around 15-20 students in each class so you are able to connect to your teacher and build kind of a relationship and the teacher can help you. You interact a lot in class and always have to pay attention and actually learn a lot.
Anyway, what I think could be better about this college is more classes. It is not the biggest college yet but what I would love to have is more college activities which I think are not too much here. Also, I am a college athlete for tennis here and it is great. They do a great job with practice and everything and help us to improve our sports as well as academically. Even the English is not my first language since I am here I did improve my English a lot and I hope at the end of my journey here I will be fluent.
Overall I am really happy to be here and I am excited about my next 2 years here.
Georgia Gwinnett College provides many advantages such as weekend courses, evening classes, and tutoring at the AEC. There are numerous amounts of study rooms, computer labs, and the college is equipped with an outstanding library located at the heart of the campus. The class sizes are small allowing professors the opportunity to create relationships with students and vice versa. My first semester at Georgia Gwinnett has been very pleasant and I look forward to continuing my education here.View more
I’ve found my time at GGC unnecessarily difficult. All but one of my teachers harbour contempt towards their students and are often unhelpful. It is extremely difficult to resolve problems with your account(s), and the help desk is manned by students who don’t know how to help. In addition, department heads ignore your emails until you’ve followed up two or three times.View more
GGC was a good school if you are looking for small class sizes, but they are currently growing and it’s now hard to find parking or a dorm. Hopefully, after they explain the school they’re a little more parking and housing options. Other than that the school is good, and the students and staff are kind, and the sports are good. Overall GGC is a decent school to go to if you didn’t get into the school you wanted to and want to transfer into it later.View more