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Interim President

Mr. Rob Watts

Interim Vice President for Student Affairs

John Clower

Interim Vice President for Academic Affairs

Dr. Ingrid Thompson-Sellers

Vice President for Fiscal Affairs

Mr. Ron Stark

Vice President for Institutional Advancement

Mr. Jeffrey H. Tarnowski



Alpharetta Center

3705 Brookside Parkway
Alpharetta, GA 30022

Clarkston Campus

555 N. Indian Creek Drive
Clarkston, GA 30021-2361

Decatur Campus

3251 Panthersville Road
Decatur, GA 30034-3897

Dunwoody Campus

2101 Womack Road
Dunwoody, GA 30338-4497

Newton Campus

239 Cedar Lane
Covington, Georgia 30014


Fall 2014 Statistics Student Profile

Total Enrollment *

Headcount: 21,371

FTE: 15,439

Student Classification

Freshman: 10,955

Sophomore: 8,295

Dual Enrollment: 1,306

Transient: 460

Other: 355

Non- US Citizens (Int’l. Students): 3,496

Average Age: 25.2

Enrollment by Type of Residency and Tuition Status

Georgia Residents: 19,155

Out of State: 821

Out of Country: 1,395

Non-Resident Tuition Waived: 420

Out of State: 101

Out of Country: 319

Student Gender

Female: 12,458

Male: 8,913


Asian: 2,451

African American: 9,018

Hispanic: 2,140

Multiracial: 754

Native American: 51

Native Hawaiian/Pacific 25

White: 6,653

Unknown/Undeclared: 279

New Student Enrollment by Classification

Beginning Freshman: 3,171

Transfer Freshman: 1,324

Transfer Sophomore: 504

Dual Enrollment: 1,137

Transient: 248

Other: 159

Total: 6,543

Source: Board of Regents - Semester Enrollment Report Fall 2014


GPC has five locations in metro Atlanta. GPC was founded by the citizens of DeKalb County and the DeKalb Board of Education. It became a college in 1964.
GPC is one of the five largest institutions in the University System of Georgia and the top associate-degree-granting institution in Georgia. GPC takes in more undergraduate students each fall semester, accepts more transfer students and sends more students on to other institutions than any other USG institution, accounting for more than one-third of all transfer students.