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We make a quality education affordable by raising money for institutional grants for students
Students at not-for-for profit, independent colleges are more likely tograduate and graduate on time
The amount our colleges and universities contributed to the Georgia economy in salaries and wages in 2014-2015.
$112,750,493 is the amount of institutional grant funds (that do not require repayment) awarded to first-time, full-time freshman at GICA independent colleges and universities in 2014-2015.
24% of RN nursing degrees awarded in state are earned at independent colleges and universities.
2,491 high school students in Georgia chose to take Move on When Ready (MOWR) courses at independent colleges and universities in 2015-2016
67,016 students in Georgia were enrolled at GICA's independent, not-for-profit colleges during the 2015-2016 academic year.
Amount of institutional grant funds (that do not require repayment) awarded to first-time, full-time freshmen at GICA independent colleges and universities in 2014-2015 was $112,750,493
Students at not-for-profit, independent colleges are more likely to graduate and graduate on time.
The net price at Georgia's independent colleges is more thsn $4,000 less than the regional average and more than $8,000 less than the national average
Georgia's independent colleges generously gave $125,566,863 in institutional grant aid in 2014-2015.
We partner with the state to educate Georgia's future workforce.
Georgia's independent, not-for-profit colleges awarded more than $125 million dollars in grant aid in 2014-2015.
Through smaller classes, hands-on learning, and a student-focused approach, Georgia's independent colleges and universities create a more seamless pipeline to an on-time graduation.