The Georgia Higher Education Alliance (GAHEA) is a non-profit consortium of colleges and universities that provide quality accredited degree programs specifically designed to meet the educational needs of Georgia's working adult students.

Our consortium is fueled by a desire to help educationally impassioned individuals searching for various degree programs find their ways. Whether searching for a certificate, associate's, bachelor's, post baccalaureate, master's, education specialist, doctoral, professional educational or other degree type, we're here to help. Our experience has taught us that each student is different and faces different challenges. That's why we strive to match students individually with the appropriate institution and program to meet their needs. 

Our corporate clientele benefit from our services via enhancement the work environment and benefit options for their employees. A goal driven employee is a productive, motivated and innovative team member. We are experienced in working with businesses in a wide array of fields, which has helped us formulate the best educational fair for any type of corporate environment.

We represent 20 member institutions with thousands and thousands of students and even more graduates and alum. For more information on GAHEA please feel free to contact us today!


Mission Statement

The mission of the Georgia Higher Education Alliance is to serve as an educational resource to the community.


The Georgia Higher Education Alliance seeks to establish an ongoing dialogue between member institutions and leaders in business and government. This dialogue sets the stage for the development of educational programs that meet the needs of all parties.


The Georgia Higher Education Alliance will provide through panel discussions and educational fairs the opportunity for working adults to minimize the research necessary to identify the programs best suited by goals and scheduling requirements. The student will be able to choose between on-line, brick and mortar, off-campus corporate settings, traditional and accelerated programs.

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