Georgia State: Atlanta Campus is in the heart of the city. Atlanta, the largest city in Georgia, offers a plethora of scholarly resources related to the South and beyond such as the National Center for Civil and Human Rights, The Carter Center, Atlanta History Center, the High Museum of Art, the Atlanta Cyclorama & Civil War Museum and the Museum Of Design. Researchers and historians may capitalize on the libraries and archival resources available in Atlanta and surrounding areas. Adjacent to Georgia State, the Auburn Avenue Research Library on African-American Culture and History is the first public library in the Southeast to offer specialized reference and archival collections dedicated to the study and research of African American culture and history and of other peoples of African descent. Atlanta is also home to the National Archives at Atlanta, the national record keeper of valuable records from federal agencies within eight Southeastern states.
Georgia State has valuable collaborative relationships with many local and international universities. These connections afford faculty and students opportunities to work with others within and across fields. To learn more about partnerships with international institutions visit the Office of International Initiatives Partnerships page.