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November 25, 2019 |
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Welcome GGU Class of 2020!

Our diverse student body includes veterans, LGBTQ persons, and communities of color—from 38 states and 48 countries.

By Jenny McKeel
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You join a diverse community of adult learners—91 percent of whom are age 25 and older. Our students come from 48 countries and 38 states. They’re enrolled part-time and full-time, on-campus and online.

All of our adult learners have come together to pursue in-demand degrees in areas of business, accounting, tax, and law at the No. 1 school for working professionals. Our rigorous curriculum is designed by highly experienced professors who offer practice-based knowledge and actionable insights. With our location in San Francisco’s business center, strong connections to Bay Area business leaders, and more than 70,000 alumni, the educational experience that awaits you is unparalleled.

Let’s take a closer look at GGU’s unique student body.

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