Top Fulton County Community Colleges

  • For the 2020 school year, there are 8 top community colleges in Fulton County, Georgia, serving 11,602 students.
  • Fulton County, GA community colleges have a diversity score of 0.33, which is lower than the national average of 0.65 (view national diversity statistics).
  • Minority enrollment is 94% of the student body (majority Black), and the student:teacher ratio is 23:1.

Top Fulton County Community Colleges (2020)

  • College Location Students
  • The Art Institute of Atlanta
    Private, for profit
    6600 Peachtree Dunwoody Rd., 100 Embassy Row
    Atlanta GA  30328
    (770)394-8300

    2,623 students
  • 1630 Metropolitan Parkway, SW
    Atlanta GA  30310
    (404)756-4000

    2,977 students
  • 1560 Metropolitan Pkwy SW
    Atlanta GA  30310
    (404)225-4400

    4,282 students
  • Bauder College
    Private, for profit
    384 Northyards Blvd., Suite 190
    Atlanta GA  30313
    (404)237-7573

    398 students
  • 1900 Emery St, NW, Suite 200
    Atlanta GA  30318
    (404)876-1227

    208 students
  • 320 W. Broad St. Suite 200
    Fairburn GA  30213

    n/a
    students
  • 50 Hurt Plaza SE Suite 400
    Atlanta GA  30303
    (404)816-4533

    686 students
  • 1140 Hammond Dr Ste A-1150
    Atlanta GA  30328
    (770)576-4498

    428 students
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