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Local Colleges & Technical Schools
South Georgia College

100 West College Park Dr.

Douglas, GA 31533

Phone: (912) 260 4206

Distance from Homerville: 35.5 miles North on U.S. 441 N

South Georgia College is a two year college located on 190 acres in the rural southeast Georgia town of Douglas. South Georgia's
nearly 1,500 students come primarily from southeastern and south central Georgia, but the college's residential facilities enable the
institution to draw students from other regions of the state, neighboring states and foreign countries. Students pursue associate
degrees in 23 majors which transfer to other institutions, and associate degrees and certificate programs in 10 majors designed to
prepare them for careers in nursing, business and information systems. Outside of class, students can participate in a wide range
of activities, cultural events and intercollegiate sports including baseball, soccer and softball. The campus serves as a cultural and
athletic hub for area residents and for students.
Okefenokee Technical College (OTC)

1701 Carswell Avenue

Waycross, Georgia 31503

Phone: (912)287.6584

Distance from Homerville: 26 miles East on U.S. 84 E

Since 1965 Okefenokee Tech, located in Waycross, Georgia, has built a respected tradition of providing high quality technical and
adult education and training services to meet the needs of the citizens of our community. Even though OTC has more than 2,000
students, the faculty and staff will take a personal interest in your education and will do everything possible to help you complete
your course of study and meet your goals.
Waycross College

2001 South Georgia Parkway

Waycross, Georgia 31503

Phone: (912)449 7600

Distance from Homerville: 26 miles East on U.S. 84 E

Waycross College, a two-year unit of the University System of Georgia located in Waycross, Georgia, provides programs of
higher education for citizens of the immediate and surrounding communities. Whether you're a well-prepared student who needs
immediate access to transfer courses that can be applied toward advanced study or whether you need special preparation for
regular college-level courses, Waycross College has a program for you.
Valdosta State University (VSU)

Valdosta, GA 31698

Phone: (800) 618 1878

Distance from Homerville: 36 miles West on U.S. 84 W

Valdosta State University, located in Valdosta, Georgia, offers undergraduate work leading to the following degrees: Associate of
Applied Science, the Associate of Arts, the Bachelor of Arts in 14 major programs, the Bachelor of Science in 11 major
programs, the Bachelor of Science in Education in 11 major programs, the Bachelor of Business Administration in 5 major
programs, the Bachelor of Fine Arts in 6 major programs, the Bachelor of Music in 2 major programs, the Bachelor of General
Studies, the Bachelor of Science in Nursing, the Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science, and the Bachelor of Applied Science.

Graduate degrees offered include the Master of Education in 14 major programs, the Master of Arts in 2 major programs, the
Master of Science in 5 major programs, Master of Public Administration, Master of Business Administration, Master of Science
in Nursing, Master of Art Education, Master of Music Education, Master of Social Work, Master of Library and Information
Science, the Education Specialist in 10 major programs, and the Doctor of Education in 3 major programs.
Valdosta Technical College (Val Tech)

4089 Val Tech Road

Valdosta, GA 31602

Phone: (229) 333-2100

Distance from Homerville: 44 miles West on U.S. 84 W

Valdosta Tech currently operates facilities that total over 178,000 square feet on the main campus. The main campus occupies
123 acres of land in north Lowndes county. Currently, VTC offers over 135 programs during the day, in the evening, and online,
that lead to awards at the degree, diploma, and certificate levels. Many other continuing education courses are offered through the
Office of Economic Development.

2802 Moore Hwy.

Tifton, GA 31793

Phone: (800)733 3653

Distance from Homerville: 64 miles Northwest

Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, located on 421 acres in Tifton, Georgia, was recently named one of the Top Ten
Community Colleges in America. The school’s curriculum includes 57 different programs of study including the brand new
Bachelor of Applied Science degrees in Golf Course Management and Diversified Agriculture. Furthermore, because the
institution is a part of the University System of Georgia, after two years of study students can easily transfer to a university to
continue their four-year degree.