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Morrow, Georgia, U.S.A.
Located 15 miles south of downtown Atlanta and ten minutes from the world’s busiest airport – Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
Clayton State University Opened in September 1969 with 942 students Fall 2011 Enrollment: 6,800 students
Demographics Female students70% Average age 29 Students from 34 states & 39 countries For more University data, visit http://adminservices.clayton.edu/irp
Why Students Choose Clayton State Convenient location Affordability Small class sizes Diverse student body Personalized attention Outstanding faculty Residential housing Beautiful, park-like setting Opportunities for involvement Excellent preparation for career
Facilities Laker Hall A national pioneer in ubiquitous mobile computing, Clayton State was the third public “notebook university” in the U.S. and is home to Georgia’s first gigaplex residence hall with gigabit Ethernet for every hardwired connection and 100% wireless Ethernet. Clayton Station In June 2011, Clayton State University expanded residential housing options with the acquisition of the Clayton Station apartment complex adjacent to campus. Units feature 4 bedrooms, each with private bath, kitchen, living/dining area, and laundry.
Facilities Student Activities Center State-of-the-art facility for students with fitness center, game room, ballroom, and offices for student organizations
Facilities The James M. Baker University Center, combines student life and learning in a facility that is unique in Georgia and the Southeast. The 132,000 square foot building features a 150-seat auditorium, 17 classrooms, the Lakeside Dining Hall, administrative offices, faculty offices, 2,000 computer ports, and wireless internet access.
Facilities School of Business Accredited by AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) placing it in the top 17% of business schools in the world. Judge Eugene Lawson Amphitheater L. Jerry Eskew Stage
Spivey Hall “Spivey is a place where magic can happen,” praises internationally-celebrated violinist Hilary Hahn, while jazz patriarch and pianist Ellis Marsalis believes “Spivey Hall is the most fantastic little performance hall I have played –ever!”
Spivey Hall Dedicated to the memory of Emilie Parmalee Spivey and Dr. Walter Boone Spivey, 396-seat Spivey Hall has established itself as one of the nation’s premire chamber music venues, presenting annually more than 400 events to the metro Atlanta community. The annual concert series offers world-class musicians performing timeless music in an acoustically perfect place. Concert Series Children’s Choir Young Artists Education Outreach Master Classes Summer Music Camp Approximately 15,000 students in grades K-12 from some 18 counties attend educational performances at Spivey Hall annually. The Clayton State Chorale www.spiveyhall.org
Academics College of Arts and Sciences College of Information & Mathematical Sciences College of Health School of Business School of Graduate Studies 41 Undergraduate Majors 23 Undergraduate Minors 8 Graduate Degree Programs
The only university in the United States adjacent to both state and national archives, Clayton State offers a Master of Archival Studies degree with an emphasis on the influence of information technology on the creation, preservation, and access to records. NCR Corporation’s CEO cited Clayton State University as one of two universities with supply chain management degree programs and identified their proximity as a significant factor in the company’s relocation to Georgia. Addressing critical health care issues, Clayton State graduates more minority nurses than any other nursing school in Georgia, and the University’s nursing graduates consistently have one of the highest overall NCLEX/State Board pass rates -- 99.5%.
Graduate Degree Programs Master of Arts in Liberal Studies Master of Health Administration Master of Science in Nursing Master of Business Administration Master of Arts in Teaching – English Master of Arts in Teaching – Mathematics Master of Archival Studies Master of Science in Psychology Clayton State University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
Accounting (B.B.A.) Administrative Management (B.A.S.) Biology (B.S.) Biology (with Secondary Certification) (B.S.) Business – General (B.B.A.) Chemistry (B.S.) Communication and Media Studies (B.A.) Computer Science (B.S.) Criminal Justice (B.S.) Dental Hygiene (B.S.D.H.) Dental Hygiene (R.D.H to B.S.D.H.) English (B.A.) English (with Secondary Certification) (B.A.) Health Care Management (B.S.) Health and Fitness Management (B.S.) History (B.A.) History (with Secondary Certification) (B.A.) Information Technology (B.I.T.) Information Technology (WebBSIT online) Integrative Studies (B.S.) Legal Studies (B.S.) Liberal Studies (B.A.) Management (B.B.A.) Marketing (B.B.A.) Mathematics (B.S.) Mathematics (with Secondary Certification) (B.S.) Middle Level Education (B.A.) Music (B.A.) Music Composition (B.M.) Music Education (B.M.) Music Performance (B.M.) Nursing – Basic Licensure (B.S.N.) Nursing – For Existing R.N.’s (R.N. to B.S.N.) Nursing – (R.N. to M.S.N.) Philosophy (B.A.) Political Science (B.S.) Psychology and Human Services (B.S.) Sociology (B.S.) Supply Chain Management (B.B.A.) Technology Management (B.A.S.) Theatre (B.A.) (8/11) Undergraduate Degree Programs
Commencement Spring (May) and Fall (December) Ceremonies Graduates 12/10 450 Graduates 5/11 552
Athletics NCAA Division II Men Basketball Cross Country Golf Soccer Track and Field Women Basketball Cross Country Soccer Tennis Track and Field Women’s Tennis 2011 NCAA Division II “Final Four” 21 All-Americans 2007-2011 Men’s Soccer 2010 NCAA Division II “Elite Eight”
An updated economic-impact report released in June 2011 confirmed that, even in the midst of an economic downturn, Georgia’s public university system continues to be one of the state’s key economic engines. Together, the 35 institutions of the University System of Georgia (USG) had a $12.6 billion economic impact on the state’s economy during FY10. For Clayton State University, the economic impact (Output Impact in current dollars) rose from $205.6 million in FY09 to $236.2 million in FY10, an increase of 14.9 percent. In addition, Clayton State’s Employment Impact (i.e., the number of on-campus and off-campus jobs that exist due to institution-related spending) rose from 1,697 jobs in FY09 to 2,169 jobs in FY10, an increase of 27.8 percent. The eight institutions of the University System located in the metro Atlanta area accounted for $5.8 billion of the University System’s $12.6 billion total. Economic Impact
FACULTY / STAFF ANNUAL CAMPAIGN Fiscal Year % of Full-Time Giving Giving 201193% 201096% 200998% 200896% 200799% 200699% 200598%
International Programs Promoting and recruiting students to participate in study abroad programs; Securing funds for student scholarships and faculty development activities; Advising and providing high quality service and assistance to all international students; Helping faculty members to internationalize the curriculum; and Providing services related to the international economic development to communities in Atlanta’s Southern Crescent. Australia Costa Rica Guatemala Guadelajara Italy Jamaica South Africa Spain Turkey
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