William Milhouse had not originally planned to start his college career at Perimeter College and wasn’t convinced he would like it. His feelings quickly changed. After enrolling in fall 2019, he became active on campus and focused on his studies. He made the Dean’s List, is eligible to receive the HOPE scholarship and says he couldn’t be happier.
Rachel Hefner knows what it’s like to be hungry and homeless. Her experiences, along with the drive to do something meaningful with her life, formed the basis of a dream. She wants to combat food insecurity by managing an urban food forest that provides fresh produce to underserved communities.
Three times was definitely the charm for Jackie Goodman-Cook, who first enrolled at Perimeter in 1981 and, 38 years later, earned her associate degree in 2019. Life demands pulled her from her initial attempts to attend college, but on her third try, she stayed dedicated to her dream and saw it through.
Graduating high school seniors or recent high school graduates who wish to earn an associate degree in one of more than 30 academic pathways.
Students enrolled at other colleges or universities who want to transfer and take advantage of Perimeter College’s extensive selection of pathways.
Students born or educated outside the United States who want to experience life in Atlanta while pursuing a degree can get their start at Perimeter College.