Founded in 1897, Piedmont College is a comprehensive liberal arts institution and also offers a variety of career-oriented majors, including education, business and nursing. Total enrollment is approximately 2,800 students on campuses in Demorest and Athens, Ga.
The Demorest campus is a traditional residential campus located in rural Habersham County, and the Athens campus is designed for commuting students and is located near downtown Athens. Both campuses offer a variety of undergraduate and graduate programs, including education specialist programs and an education doctoral program.
We invite you to find out more about our academic programs, our faculty, and our college. If you are looking for individualized instruction in a friendly atmosphere, Piedmont College is the place for you.
Piedmont College dedicates itself to the transformative power of education through reciprocal learning, the development of compassionate leaders, and the stewardship of our local and global communities.
Our Core Values
Piedmont College fosters an environment for learning by engaging in critical and creative dialogue. All members of the college community are challenged to immerse themselves in discovery, analysis, and communication.
Piedmont College cultivates a sense of gratitude and duty to humanity by offering opportunities for civic engagement, personal growth, and ethical reasoning in action.
Peidmont College upholds the intellectual, social, and theological heritage of Congregationalism through excellence in teaching and scholarhip and by embracing our diverse society. We futher these principles by encouraging empathy, innovative thought, and responsibility towards ourselves and others.