South Georgia State College, a member of the University System of Georgia, opened in January 2013 as a consolidation of South Georgia College and Waycross College. The institution operates campuses in Douglas and Waycross (Ware County).

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Thrash Hall

Thrash Hall

Thrash Hall, on the campus of South Georgia College in Coffee County, is named for the first president of the college and originally housed the school's library. Today the building, pictured circa 2002, serves as the president's office. Founded in 1907, South Georgia College is a four-year institution of the University System of Georgia.

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