Most Selective Community Colleges in Georgia

  • The average community college acceptance rate in Georgia is approximately 70% per year.
  • The most selective college in Georgia is currently Clayton State University, with an acceptance rate of 42%.

Most Selective Community Colleges in Georgia

  • College Acceptance Rate Location
  • 1.
    Clayton State University
    Public
    42%
    2000 Clayton State Boulevard
    Morrow GA  30260
    (678)466-4000
  • 2.
    Andrew College
    Private, non-profit
    46%
    501College St
    Cuthbert GA  39840
    (229)732-2171
  • 3.
    Gordon State College
    Public
    48%
    419 College Dr
    Barnesville GA  30204
    (678)359-5555
  • 4.
    Young Harris College
    Private, non-profit
    50%
    1 College Street
    Young Harris GA  30582
    (706)379-3111
  • 5.
    Georgia Perimeter College
    Public
    51%
    3251 Panthersville Rd
    Decatur GA  30034
    (678)891-2300
  • 6.77%
    2802 Moore Hwy
    Tifton GA  31793
    (229)391-5001
  • 7.
    Brown College of Court Reporting
    Private, for profit
    80%
    1900 Emery St, NW, Suite 200
    Atlanta GA  30318
    (404)876-1227
  • 8.
    Reinhardt University
    Private, non-profit
    90%
    7300 Reinhardt Circle
    Waleska GA  30183
    (770)720-5600
  • 9.
    Georgia Highlands College
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    Public
    94%
    3175 Cedartown Highway, S.E.
    Rome GA  30161
    7068025000
  • 10.
    Truett-McConnell College
    Private, non-profit
    96%
    100 Alumni Dr
    Cleveland GA  30528
    (706)865-2134
  • 11.
    Herzing University Atlanta
    Public
    100%
    3393 Peachtree Road, Suite 1003
    Atlanta GA  30326
    404-816-4533
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