Georgia College & State University

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Basic Information

Address: CBX 119 Campus Black Box Theatre Department of Theatre Georgia College & State University Milledgeville, GA 31061
Phone Number: 478-445-1980
Fax Number: 478-445-5990
President: Dr. Steve Dorman
Admissions Director: Suzanne Pittman

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Additional Information

School Type: Georgia's Designated Public Liberal Arts University
Public/Private: Public
Historical Black College/University: No
Hispanic Serving Institute: No
School Setting:

Listed as one of the most beautiful campuses in the Southeast and located in a small town in Central Georgia that was once the capital of Georgia.

School Size: About 6,000 undergraduates
Classroom Size: Most Theatre classes are less than 20
Student/Teacher Ratio: 12/1
Housing Availability:

First year students are required to stay in residence halls.

Type of Housing: Brand New Residence Halls
Diversity: Georgia College celebrates a diverse campus.
Tuition:

$4395.00 instate and $13,345.00 out of state

Financial Aid:

Georgia Residents have Hope Scholarships available and other aid is available.

Disability Services:

We have an Office of Disability Services

Greek Life: Yes
Sports: We have a very active Division II sports program
School Championships:

Golf, Baseball, Basketball

Degree Programs: We offer a B.A. in Theatre
Computer Capabilities:

We have a computer lab in the Theatre Department with numerous computers with access to state-of-the-art theatrical design software.

Admissions Requirements: Admission to Georgia College
Auditions: Auditions are not required to become a Theatre Major. We do hold scholarship auditions.
Admissions Deadline: Rolling deadline including early admission
Events:

Fallfest, Springfest Admission Events. GLIMPSE Day for Hispanic students.

Productions: Each year we produce 4 main stage theatre productions, several Capstones directed by Seniors, touring children's show, several collaborations with other departments, directing class projects twice a year, Rocky Horror Picture Show shadow cast production, and numerous guest artists. We have 2 primary performance spaces: a two year old state-of-the-art flexible Black Box theatre seating up to 150, and a 920 seat majestic proscenium theatre. Over the past 3 years students have had the opportunity to perform off-Broadway in New York City and at an international theatre festival in the Czech Republic.
Parking Spaces/Availability:

Student parking and visitors parking are available.

International Students:

We welcome international students.

Additional Information:

The Theatre Department participates in the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival, the Georgia Theatre Conference, SETCs, Thespians Conference. Faculty are on the Board of the Georgia Theatre Conference and past president of the Association for Theatre in Higher Education. All faculty work professionally and have networks to help place students after graduation.

Georgia College has ranked one of the Best Regional Universities in U.S. New and World Report. Princeton Review named Georgia College as "One of the Best in the Southeast."