Georgia Liberal Arts Colleges

Georgia Liberal Arts College by County:

Town
College
# Students
  
Agnes Scott College
(Private, non-profit)
930
  Atlanta
Morehouse College
(Private not-for-profit)
2,340
  Atlanta
Oglethorpe University
(Private not-for-profit)
1,079
  Atlanta
Spelman College
(Private not-for-profit)
2,149
  Atlanta
Morris Brown College
(Private, non-profit)
n/a
  Augusta
Paine College
(Private not-for-profit)
836
  Franklin Springs
Emmanuel College
(Private not-for-profit)
806
  Lagrange
Lagrange College
(Private not-for-profit)
902
  Lookout Mountain
Covenant College
(Private not-for-profit)
1,134
  Macon
Wesleyan College
(Private not-for-profit)
710
  Mount Berry
Berry College
(Private not-for-profit)
2,166
  Mount Vernon
Brewton-parker College
(Private not-for-profit)
631
  Rome
Shorter University
(Private not-for-profit)
1,508
  Thomasville
Thomas University
(Private not-for-profit)
1,059
  Toccoa Falls
Toccoa Falls College
(Private not-for-profit)
805

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