U.S. News & World Report (2021) ranked us the No. 1 public university in the country for our commitment to undergraduate teaching.
A PERSONAL SUCCESS PLAN FOR EVERY STUDENT.
Although we’re home to more than 54,000 students across our six campuses, our academic achievement tools and advanced technology mean we can provide something most universities of our size can’t: a personal success plan for every student. You’ll have the freedom to experience undergraduate life fully with the peace of mind that we’ll never let you lose sight of why you’re here.
There’s a reason we’re the No. 3 most innovative institution in the nation.* We work daily to cement our reputation as an agent of change and an engine for growth, providing you with opportunities to advance that effort. With collaborative spaces and programs, like the virtual reality demo lab inside our multimillion-dollar Creative Media Industries Institute, we encourage play, experimentation and creativity.
*U.S. News & World Report, 2021
Our students are enterprising, creative individuals with fresh perspectives, and we champion that. We’re one of few universities to offer a bachelor’s degree in entrepreneurship. With a minor option available, too, you can build business savvy for a career across any major via the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute. Students can also pursue a B.I.S. in Social Entrepreneurship.
On campus, you’ll have access to a number of creative spaces to develop your skills and market your own ideas. Our E-House Living Learning Community connects industrious students through housing, workshops, competitions, networking and access to technology. And LaunchGSU acts as an incubator for student innovation for startup businesses.
A degree from Georgia State is a springboard to a rewarding career. But before and after you graduate, we’ll do everything in our power to set you up with the connections and experience to help you realize your dreams faster.
We’re proud of our Signature Experiences approach, which links you to internships, study abroad programs, service-learning opportunities and classes that feature simulation labs. Perhaps you’ll shadow nurses at Grady Memorial Hospital here in Atlanta, act as a teaching assistant at a local elementary school, study business practices around the world or participate in community volunteer work through your classes.
Computer science major Pranathi Venigandla is fascinated by robotics and artificial intelligence. Her research revolves around a remotely operated robot, which enables underwater exploration. As the lead director of hackGSU and a member of Girls++, Pranathi is determined to expand women’s place in technology.
Our admissions counselors are here to guide you through the application and acceptance process. Connect with yours today. View our team of undergraduate admissions counselors.