Clayton popular majors for graduates are Liberal Arts and

Clayton State University
is a public school located in Morrow, Georgia. Clayton was founded in 1969. It
was originally known as Clayton Junior College. In 2005, the name was
changed to Clayton State University. Clayton State University is organized into
four colleges in one school. It has a College of Business, College of Art and
Sciences, College of Health, College of Information and Mathematical Sciences,
and School of Graduates. Clayton is a coed school, meaning it consist of males
and females. Clayton does not have any religious affiliation. Clayton is classified
as a NCAA Division II school. Clayton is always known as (A.K.A) the Lakers.
Their mascot is a Loch. Their colors are Laker blue and Georgia clay, which is
navy blue and orange. Clayton total enrollment is approximately 6,996 students
(2017-18), majority undergrads. About 5% of the student population is
graduates. Clayton have 31 percent male students and 69 percent female
students. Clayton has a Suburban setting, and it sits on 192 acres of land. CSU
uses a semester-based academic calendar. One year are two semesters. Classes at
Clayton are small, therefore teaching students is unique. Students can receive
additional help, including one-on-one time with their faculty and staff. Clayton
has a low acceptance rate (41%). Their application deadline is July 1. The
application fee is $40. The required minimum SAT score is an 830 Reading and Math
combined. The required ACT minimum ACT score is a 17 in English and a 17 in
Math. The  ACT or SAT test scores are due
by July 1. Students must graduate from an accredited high school recognized by
the University System of Georgia. Students must also submit any official documents,
such as an official high school transcript. Students must also complete FAFSA every
year when it opens in the fall. The student-faculty ratio at Clayton State
University is 18:1, and the school has 39.6 percent of its classes with fewer
than 20 students, 57.3% of its classes with 20-49 students and 3.1% classes
with 50 or more students in it. The cost of attendance for In-State students is
$6,410(2017-18). The cost of attendance for Out-of-State students is $19,486(2017-18).
The cost of Room and Board is $10,156(2017-18). The estimated annual cost for
books and supplies is $1,222.  Approximately
87% of undergrads receive Financial Aid. The average total aid amount is
$6,158. Clayton offers Certificate, Associate, Transfer, terminal-associate,
Bachelor’s, Master’s degrees. The five most popular majors for graduates are Liberal
Arts and Sciences/Liberal Studies,(13%), Registered Nursing/Registered Nurse,(12%),
Community Psychology,(10%), Hospital and Health Care Facilities Administration/Management,(10%),
and Office Management and Supervision,(6%). Clayton is ranked among top public
institutions in the South. Clayton have over 60 undergraduate majors and minors,8
master’s degrees and over 15 master’s concentrations. Clayton has over 200 full-time
faculty members.