BEST CITY FOR DIVERSITY IN THE TECHNOLOGY WORKFORCE*
MOST LIVABLE CITY TO LIVE IN THE U.S.**
BEST CITY FOR PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES***
LIFE IN ATLANTA
In a city where big things happen every day, we offer innovative curriculum in creative ways, plus something most campuses can’t: exposure to the world you’re preparing to conquer. As you learn and grow in the Southeast’s most important city — one rich in history and diversity — we’ll help pave your path to vital internships and exciting careers.
*Beyond HQ, “Best Cities for Diversity in Tech Workforce,” January 2022
**The Economist, “The Best Places to Live in North America,” August 2022
***WalletHub, May 2022
You’re here for more than a degree. This is the time to explore your interests, build lasting relationships and take huge steps toward your future. Our location gives you an edge.
Whether you dream of designing video games, reporting world news or spearheading your own startup, you’ll have the chance to pursue your passion right here. And when you leave Georgia State, you’ll have the skills to make it happen.
WELCOME TO ATLANTA. Welcome home. It’s time to make your mark.
International flavors, comfort food and tasty tapas define Atlanta’s colorful dining scene. Fill up at Broad Street’s eateries, Sweet Auburn Curb Market’s pop-ups and other popular spots like Ponce City Market.
Catch live music and shows at Mercedes-Benz Stadium or the Tabernacle. Snap selfies at Zoo Atlanta or the Georgia Aquarium, explore the World of Coca-Cola or tour the College Football Hall of Fame.
Known as the “cradle of the Civil Rights Movement” and former home to icons Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and Congressman John Lewis, Atlanta’s community spirit is longstanding. Visit the National Center for Civil and Human Rights, the State Capitol or the Georgia World Congress Center.
Our campus winds through the Sweet Auburn historic district — the birthplace of Martin Luther King Jr. and an area full of street art and restaurants. Just south of downtown, our football stadium stands in lively Summerhill, one of the city’s oldest multicultural neighborhoods.
We’re a city of trees. Atlanta’s green spaces, parks and nature trails are perfect for cycling, skating and running. Soak up the sun on the 33-mile Atlanta BeltLine, spot the waterfall at Cascade Springs Nature Preserve or take a stroll around Piedmont Park.
Professional sports are huge here. The city’s home to the NFL’s Falcons, MLB’s Braves, NBA’s Hawks, WNBA’s Dream and the MLS’s Atlanta United soccer club. Passionate fans fill our stands all year long.