Georgia colleges and universities rank among the best

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The 2022-2023 U.S. News and World Report rankings of colleges and universities are out, and Georgia’s institutions of higher education have a lot to be proud of. The annual rankings show that students can get a first-class academic experience at an affordable price in the Peach State.

Among the top-ranked schools are:

  • Emory University, Atlanta. The private institution tied for No. 22 in the nation and is also considered a best-value school, coming in at No. 21 on that list.
  • Georgia Tech, Atlanta, claimed the No. 44 spot nationally and the No. 15 position on the list of top public institutions in the nation as well as the No. 8  spot on the innovative institutions list.
  • University of Georgia, Athens. The reigning national football champions also can celebrate their No. 49 spot among the top 50 institutions nationwide and No. 16 rank on the nation’s top public institutions list.
  • Mercer University, Macon. The private school is ranked No. 166 on the national institutions list and No. 34 on the list of best-value schools.
  • Georgia State University, Atlanta, is ranked No 234 nationally and No. 118 on the public institutions list.
  • Berry College, Mount Berry, ranked No. 3 among regional universities in the South.
  • Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah and Atlanta, ranked No. 9 on the regional universities in the South list.
  • Georgia College, Milledgeville, ranked No. 22 among regional universities in the South.
  • Piedmont University, Demorest, came in at No. 44 on the regional universities in the South list.
  • University of North Georgia, Dahlonega, tied for the No. 46 position among regional universities in the South.
  • Columbus State University, Columbus, claimed the No. 67 spot on the regional universities in the South list.

These institutions are only a handful of those from which Georgia students can choose, including 26 public institutions in the University System of Georgia, 22 colleges in the Technical College System of Georgia, 24 independent colleges and numerous others. For a comprehensive list that includes enrollment requirements, costs and academic programs, see this month’s 2022 Higher Education Directory.

Photo provided by Georgia Tech. Shown is the university’s Scheller College of Business.

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