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Georgia's Future...

The Georgia of the future is a state where a majority of the available jobs are out of reach to a majority of its people.  

New employers and new job creation are lost to other parts of the world. Existing  employers begin to question the benefit of staying with a workforce that falls  near the bottom of states inside a nation that lags behind most other developed  countries in terms of education. This future is not distant, but eight years near.

By 2025, it is projected that over 60 percent of jobs in Georgia will require some  form of a college education, whether a certificate, associate’s degree, or bachelor’s  degree. Today, only 45.3 percent of the state’s young adults, its burgeoning  workforce, qualify. Georgia’s level of higher education attainment is not expected  to notably increase in this time period.  

Under the direction of Governor Nathan Deal’s Complete College Georgia initiative, the University System of Georgia and the Technical College System of Georgia address this critical need in Georgia’s Higher Education Completion Plan. The two Systems emphasize the consequences of inaction, identify what must be done, and outline a collaborative process to guide the work of their respective 52 institutions of higher education to rapidly increase the proportion of young adults with a certificate or degree, while maintaining a commitment to quality. 

 

Recent Posts


2017 Learning Support Academy

August 4, 2017

The Learning Support Academy is hosted by Complete College Georgia and is part of a series of discussions with faculty and staff focusing on the connection of large-scale initiatives across the system to promote student success. The theme of the...


2017 Advising Academy

July 6, 2017

The Complete College Georgia Advising Academy is the first of a series of discussions with faculty and staff focusing on the connection of large-scale initiatives across the system to promote student success in the first academic year.


2017 Updates Strategy Narrative Format

April 19, 2017

For 2017, institutions do not need to report on their strategy work in tabular form.  Each strategy detailed should include the sections outlined in the instructions of detailed in the word template file.


2017 CCG Strategy Survey Preview

April 18, 2017

In order to gain a more comprehensive understanding of the work that institutions do toward college completion, a campus strategy survey accompanies the narrative update on CCG activities.  The strategy survey is an opportunity for institutions...


Mapping for Student Success

April 6, 2017

Guided Academic Pathways: Mapping for Student Success brought together selected academic department heads, faculty leaders, advisors, and university administrators to strengthen their understanding and appreciation of academic maps, and...