Transformation is at the heart of a liberal arts education. Studies show, and
employers agree, that this well-rounded approach enhances analytical aptitude and
adaptability. You'll find that to be true at LaGrange College, where you'll gain
a broader, deeper knowledge of many subject areas, along with practical skills
– providing flexibility in your career choices.
Since our founding in 1831, LaGrange College has offered a beautiful, intimate
setting. Here, you'll be part of a close-knit, supportive community as you
begin your journey toward self-discovery. With a student/professor ratio of 11-to-1
and intentionally small class sizes, you'll receive the personal attention you
need to excel academically, socially, physically and spiritually.
Browse our website and discover for yourself why LaGrange College may be right
for you. Then bring your family or friends to one of our daylong events or
just a quick visit. Take a tour of campus, meet students and faculty, and sit in
on a class.
Once you get to know us, you'll understand why transformations happen here.
: 1831; the oldest private college in Georgia
: LaGrange, Georgia (pop. 30,000)— 60 miles SW of Atlanta on I-85
: The United Methodist Church
: More than 1,000 students, representing 21 states and 5 foreign countries
: 12-1; classes average 12 students
: More than 70 academic and pre-professional programs
: The College is renowned for its offerings in drama, music and art
: Member of NCAA Division III in 16 athletic programs, including football
: 50+ student clubs and organizations
: 98 percent of students receive financial assistance; more than $23 million awarded
LaGrange College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
Commission on Colleges to award baccalaureate and master’s degrees as well as the
educational specialist degree. Contact the Southern Association of Colleges and
Schools Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097
or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of LaGrange College.