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Gwinnett County, GA College Town!

Who says you need to travel far from home to get the kind of education that will take you places? In truth, there’s a world of opportunities right here in Gwinnett.

Technical College


Gwinnett Technical College has been providing career-focused education and training from its Lawrenceville campus for more than 30 years. (The college opened a second campus in North Fulton in January 2016.) GTC offers more than 145 associate degree, diploma and certificate options in a very wide range of program areas – from healthcare to computer science.  Programs are developed in concert with business and industry in the fastest growing fields, plus emerging industries and technologies, where employers need a highly skilled workforce and graduates are in demand.

Gwinnett Tech, and all technical colleges, offers the HOPE Scholarship and Grant.  The HOPE Grant is unique to technical college and is available for students earning a diploma or certificate, and covers a significant portion of tuition.  GTC also offers the Zell Miller Grant and workforce development grants in some programs that cover 100% of tuition.

Colleges & Universities

Georgia gwinnett college

Georgia Gwinnett College opened its doors in 2006 as the first four-year, public college created in the U.S. in the 21st century. In just ten years, the college’s growth in all aspects – enrollment, programs and facilities – has been rapid and dramatic. Enrollment is now approaching 13,000 and GGC students can earn a bachelor’s degree in 15 different majors with over 40 concentrations.

Georgia Gwinnett celebrates its standing as a “different kind of four-year college” – with smaller class sizes, a focus on technology, an incredibly diverse student body (100 nations and 30 states represented)  and a mission to provide access to all students.  GGC also has the lowest tuition and fees among ranked Georgia colleges (U.S. News and World Report, 2016).  The college has over 120 student organizations and a fast-growing athletic program that has already earned national and conference championships.

Gwinnett Education Center

Saint Leo University

Founded in 1889, Saint Leo University is a leading Catholic teaching institution that enrolls almost 16,000 students from its Florida main campus, more than 40 education centers, and online degree programs. Its Gwinnett Education Center is in Duluth and offers associate and bachelor’s degrees, plus two master’s programs, in business administration and criminal justice.  St. Leo has both on-campus class options in the evenings and on weekends, plus online and distance learning options.

Graduate Programs


The University of Georgia- Gwinnett Campus serves the educational needs of working professionals and businesses from its Lawrenceville campus.  The campus provides graduate-level programs in the professional-academic fields of pharmaceutical regulatory affairs, information technology, higher education, non-profit leadership, social work, public administration, sport management, and business. Programs

are taught by UGA faculty members from the school or college in which each program originates.

The UGA Gwinnett Campus offers evening and Saturday classes and a broad range of student support services. UGA-Gwinnett is a full-service campus; offering instructional and support space, including access to computer labs, library and study rooms, as well as student services.

Graduate Programs

Georgia Campus – Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine

Gwinnet’s own medical college, Georgia Campus – Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, celebrated its 10th anniversary last year.  GA-PCOM is a private, not-for-profit branch campus of the fully accredited Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. GA–PCOM offers a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree, a Doctor of Pharmacy degree, a Master of Science degree in Biomedical Sciences and a Master of Science degree in Physician Assistant Studies. The college especially encourages graduates to serve where the need is greatest—inner cities and rural areas with severe physician shortages. Here in Gwinnett, GA-PCOM students contributed more than 7,000 student volunteer hours.

In its 10 years, GA–PCOM has conferred more than 900 doctorate and master’s degrees and more than 300 certificates.

Continuing Education

Gwinnett working professionals have a full range of options when it comes to continuing education courses or professional certifications.  Gwinnett Technical College, Saint Leo University – Gwinnett Education Center, and The University of Georgia – Gwinnett Campus all offer courses and certifications to advance career knowledge in a wide range of fields, from business to education to  computer science and more. Gwinnett Tech and UGA- Gwinnett also offer customized training solutions for businesses and organizations looking for workforce education solutions.