October 24, 2012
In this file photo, students walk to and from class at Georgia Gwinnett College.
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The Lawrenceville school was ranked No. 73 among regional colleges and No. 11 among top public regional colleges in the South. The school was listed tied for No. 40 among “best colleges for veterans.”
Georgia’s Board of Regents voted Tuesday to implement a system-wide campus safety initiative, which includes hiring new positions.
Overall, GGC students are currently paying $1,774 in tuition, up from $1,731 during fiscal year 2014 on a scale that applies to 15 credit hours per semester.
Georgia Gwinnett College led the state’s colleges and universities in enrollment growth, according to figures released by the University System of Georgia.
Georgia Gwinnett College generates about $296 million to the local economy, according to a study by the University System of Georgia's economic impact on the state.
Things are looking way better this week for students, staff and administrators at Georgia Gwinnett College as they await the governor's approval: a signature that could restore $2.7 million in funding.
Here are some questions — and answers — about the complicated landscape of college costs and the presidential campaign.