Broaden your perspective
Learning is not confined to the four walls of the classroom. At Ansley College, you are shaped by real-world educational experiences, each one focused on growing you as an individual, scholar, and a professional.
Make your Impact
The Ansley College garden was designed with the purpose of educating our community on the importance of native plants on the environment. Students in our horticulture undergraduate program are embracing the garden’s mission through volunteering to plant a pollinator garden featuring 500 native plants. What will your impact be at Ansley College?
We are proud to honor Sean Miller, Middlebrook University Junior and recipient of the 2018 Distinguished Student Award. In addition to Sean’s rigorous course schedule this semester, he is also involved in developing research for NASA here at Ansley College. We applaud Sean for his work that uses imagery from NASA satellites to assess threats to river water quality in the Osa Peninsula of Costa Rica.
The beauty of an Ansley College degree is in the freedom to design your own program of study. A self-designed major gives you the flexibility to combine several disciplines to create an integrated, coherent program of study that still meets rigorous academic standards. Examples of some recent student-designed majors include: aesthetics of architecture, music and technology, and psychology of marketing.
Student to faculty ratio
Launch their careers or begin grad school within 6 months of graduation
Majors, minors, and concentrations
of our students receive financial aid
Learning through Service
“Through getting involved with the Center for Educational Partnerships on campus, I discovered my passion for helping to make education accessible for others in my community. Giving back has really made Ansley College feel like my home!”
Psychology, Class of 2021
Inspiration to Achieve More
“My professors are always incorporating the latest technologies into the classroom, which keeps me inspired to stay immersed in an ever-evolving field. Not to mention, I feel more prepared than ever to compete in the modern job market.”
Management Information Systems, Class of 2019