Georgia State University

Georgia State is one of the nation’s premier urban public universities and fastest-growing research institutions. Research expenditures exceeded $195 million in 2019, representing an increase of more than 141% since 2010.

U.S. News & World Report ranks Georgia State the No. 3 Most Innovative University in the country and No. 1 for undergraduate teaching among public universities.

Graduation rates have increased 62% in the last decade, making the university a national model for student success and an “engine of social mobility” according to The New York Times.

The university awards more bachelor’s degrees to African Americans than any other college or university.

Having no racial or ethnic majority, Georgia State is the nation’s only four-year public university without equity gaps based on race, ethnicity or income.

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