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The largest historically black higher education consortium in the United States, comprising Spelman College, Clark Atlanta University, the Interdenominational Theological Center, Morehouse College, Morris Brown College and Morehouse School of Medicine.

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Emory is a research university in Atlanta, Georgia, with nine major divisions, numerous centers for advanced study and a host of prestigious affiliated institutions.
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    This category is for websites about information and organizations related specifically to Kennesaw State University, and may contain links to related categories, as well as to topical sub-categories.

    KSU is located in Cobb County, GA, approximately 25 miles northwest of Atlanta, GA.

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    Oglethorpe University is an independent, coeducational liberal arts institution of just over 1,100 students from more than 34 different states and almost 27 different countries.
    The Savannah College of Art and Design is a private, non-profit, accredited college awarding bachelor of fine arts, master of architecture, master of arts and master of fine arts degrees. The college offers 18 major areas of study: architectural history, architecture, art history, computer art, fashion, fibers, furniture design, graphic design, historic preservation, illustration, interior design, media and performing arts, metals and jewelry, painting, photography, product/industrial design, sequential art, and video/film. Minors are offered in each of the major programs as well as in dance, decorative arts, drawing, electronic design, interaction design, museum studies, printmaking, sculpture, sound design and writing.
    Thomas University is located in Thomasville, Georgia, a relatively small town of over 18,000 people in rural southwest Georgia. The town is 35 miles north of Tallahassee, Florida, 55 miles south of Albany, Georgia, and 45 miles west of Valdosta, Georgia. Thomas County, has a population of 42,000 and encompasses 540 square miles. The town is connected throughout the southeast in all directions by state and federal highway systems. The area in and around Thomasville is characterized by many working plantations and hunting reserves that serve to remind one of days gone by. Thomas University is a four-year coeducational university that serves the post-secondary educational needs of South Georgia and North Florida. The main building and grounds were originally a portion of Birdwood Plantation, the winter home of the Honorable W. Cameron Forbes, U.S. Ambassador to Japan and Governor General of the Philippines. The Primitive Baptist Church purchased the property in 1949, and chartered Birdwood Junior College in 1950. Classes began in 1954 with nine students, and in 1956, three of these students became the first graduates. In 1976, the Primitive Baptists relinquished control and the name was changed to Thomas County Community College. In 1979, the college became non-sectarian, private and independent. Finally, in 1986, the name was changed to Thomas College, and in 1988, the first four-year degree was offered. In December 1998, Thomas College received approval from the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) to move from Level II to Level III status allowing Thomas College to offer graduate degrees. Furthermore, in January 2000, Thomas College changed its name to Thomas University.

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    This category consists of sites relating to two-year, post-secondary, educational institutions located in Georgia.

    Two-year colleges are considered those which primarily award associate degrees, diplomas, and/or certifications, even though they may award some baccalaureate degrees.

    Located in Dahlonega, Georgia, a small historic town in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains, the university offers more than 50 majors to prepare students for nearly any career.
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