Students can find community colleges across the state of Georgia, including South College State College, with two campuses, and Middle Georgia State University, with five campuses. Atlanta Metro State College offers educational opportunities for bachelor and associate degree.
South Georgia State College operates campuses in Waycross and Douglas. The school offers a core curriculum, consisting of studies in mathematics, humanities, fine arts and sciences. More than 2,500 students attend the college from countries throughout the state. South Georgia also partners with Georgia Southwestern State University and Valdosta State College to provide early entry for students.
Middle Georgia State University's five area campuses include Macon, Dublin, Warner Robins, Cochran and Eastman. The school earned accreditation through the Southern Association of Colleges. As one of the state's oldest institutions, Middle Georgia dates back to 1884. Administrators state that the institution's high-tech learning facilities are among the best in the state. The college offers courses in numerous subjects, including business, political science, nursing, and aviation.
Atlanta Metropolitan State College operates one campus in Atlanta. As part of the University System of Georgia, the college is fully accredited. Students can take classes on the physical campus or pursue their studies online. They can earn degrees in Business Administration, Criminal Justice or Digital Media. Atlanta Metro also offers high school students the opportunity to earn early college credits through its Dual Enrollment program.