South Georgia College

South Georgia College

South Georgia College, often abbreviated as SGC, is a co-educational, community college located in Douglas, Georgia, United States. It was founded on August 18, 1906 under the name of 11th District A & M School. It was renamed as South Georgia College in 1927, and became the first state-supported two-year college in Georgia. The college campus is spread across 190 acres of urban land.

SGC offers study through the following academic divisions:

  • Business and Social Sciences
  • Humanities and Learning Support
  • Natural Sciences, Mathematics and Physical Education
  • Nursing

The athletics teams of South Georgia College, known as the Tigers, participate in basketball, soccer and softball. They can also participate in club sports and intramural sports, such as, flag football, volleyball, weightlifting, golf, cross country, billiards and table tennis.

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Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2016-17, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/

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