Four-year Universities and Employers Value Perimeter College Graduates
Ranked among the top 20 two-year colleges in the nation, Georgia State University’s Perimeter College is Atlanta’s gateway to higher education. Students can choose from more than 40 academic pathways and earn an Associate of Arts or Associate of Science degree as they prepare for an intended major in a four-year undergraduate program. Perimeter College also offers an Associates of Science in Dental Hygiene and an Associate of Science in Nursing. Perimeter has campuses in Alpharetta, Dunwoody, Clarkston, Decatur, and Newton, as well as a robust online program. For traditional freshmen, working professionals returning to college, international students, active duty military and their dependents, and veterans, Perimeter College is a great place to start. At Perimeter, students will find a wealth of resources to help them explore their interests, discover their talents, develop valuable skills, and map out a path to gainful employment and a rewarding career.
Regularly going to the gym can increase your GPA.
Only 7% of the world has a college education.
It takes a sleepy student five hours to do three hours of homework.
A 95-year-old woman graduated from college in 2007. She was the world's oldest college student.
Being a Star Trek fan can get you a $500 college scholarship from an organization called Starfleet.
About 60% of American college students are female.
Isaac Newton's "Principia Mathematica" contained a simple calculation error that went unnoticed for 300 years, a college student found it.
Researchers at University College London have taught a computer to imitate anyone's handwriting.
Carrie Underwood earned college credit for being on American Idol.
Participating in sports in high school and college increases self-confidence, self-respect, and leadership skills.
TOP EMPLOYERS OF PERIMETER COLLEGE GRADUATES (AA or AS ONLY)
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Current National Average Salary by Degree Level for All Majors
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