Hailed as Georgia’s official “Public Liberal Arts University” by the Georgia Board of Regents, Georgia College and State University has sprawled over more than forty picturesque acres of Milledgeville, Georgia since being chartered in 1889. It has one of the most active Greek systems in the state, with more than twenty fraternities and sororities. GC&SU offers dozens of undergraduate majors across four distinct colleges, and its master’s program is best in the state, according to U.S. News and World Report. On-campus resources range from the comprehensive Ina Dillard Russell Library to the versatile William Heard Kilpatrick Education Center. And there’s plenty to do; students here participate in more than 160 organizations and clubs, or spend time volunteering via the GIVE Center, which has granted surrounding communities over fifteen million dollars of economic impact since its inception. Furthermore, the Bobcats are active in NCAA Division II athletics; GC&SU’s teams include basketball, cross country, tennis, dance, volleyball, and more. Georgia College and State University—the complete collegiate experience!