Augusta Ga Schools & Colleges
Columbia County GA Public Schools
Columbia County GA Schools award winning school system is one of the highest ranked in the state of Georgia. Essentially any of the elementary, middle or high schools are desirable, but to verify the school district your child will be in view Columbia County School Quick Facts about the neighborhood school zones. In addition, based on national SAT scores columbia county schools rank far above the national average. View the Columbia County 2007-2008 School System Calender.
Richmond County GA Public Schools
Richmond County GA Schools have won several local and national scholastic awards. Check out some Richmond County School System Quick Facts about the Richmond County school System, the different elementary, middle and high shool locations and the past year SAT reports. Verify the school zone where your children would be located. View a copy of the 2007 - 2008 school schedule!
Augusta GA Area Private Schools
There are 28 different Augusta GA Private Schools in the area to meet your families individual needs. From kindergarden thru high school specific criteria and out reach is available. View Augusta area private schools, Columbia or Richmond County and there websites if available.
Medical College Of Georgia
Nationally Acclaimed Medical College of Georgia, a member of the University of System of Georgia, is the state's only public institution devoted solely to heath sciences education. It was founded in 1828 as the Medical Academy of Georgia and now includes the School of Medicine, and the schools of Dentistry, Nursing, Graduate Studies and Allied Health Sciences. Its enrollment in fall 2005 was 2,131, and it employed a full-time faculty of 613 and a part time faculty of 139, in addition to 1,177 volunteer instructors.
Augusta State University
Augusta State University is organized into three colleges: Katherine Reese Pamplin College of Arts and Sciences, James M. Hull College of Business, and College of Education. Students can earn associate, bachelor, master, and specialist degrees in over 50 programs of study as well as a paralegal certificate and a cooperative doctorate. There is an Honors Program for more gifted students, as well as a Cooperative Education program in which students alternate between classroom enrollment and real-life work experience in their field of study. Students also have opportunities for internships and study abroad programs.
Augusta State University has an enrollment of 6,564. The average age is 25 for undergraduates and 35 for graduate students. ASU has a moderate degree of diversity, with 32% minority enrollment (of whom 24% are African American). The U.S. News and World Report has twice ranked the college among the top 12 universities in the South for cultural diversity. Although most students come from Georgia, nearly every state and about 60 countries are represented in the student body. Students from Edgefield and Aiken counties in South Carolina pay the Georgia in-state tuition rate.
Augusta Technical College
Technical College is a two-year college based in Augusta, Georgia . It was founded in 1961 as Augusta Area Vocational Technical School and merged with Richmond Area Vocational School in 1966 to become Augusta Area Technical School . In 1987, the college was renamed Augusta Technical Institute and took its current name in 2000. Augusta Technical College offers an exciting variety of online & hybrid courses in addition to traditional lecture classes.