Since 1878, Brenau University has called Gainesville, Georgia, home. On Brenau’s Gainesville historic campus, co-educational Undergraduate School students study literature, history, and science, but also focus on values, leadership and service. The Women’s College of Brenau University, also located on the Gainesville historic campus, offers women the opportunity to develop leadership skills through programs designed especially for them, eight national sororities and 15 NAIA sports teams. Additionally, the university maintains four campuses outside of Gainesville – North Atlanta, South Atlanta, and Augusta, as well as Jacksonville, FL.
By 2025, Brenau University will be an internationally recognized leader in innovative higher education with a unique blend of the liberal arts and professional preparation offering advanced degrees in areas that meet the essential needs of the 21st century.
Brenau cares about where students go upon graduation. On-campus career services include:
Firmly grounded in tradition, the women’s college provides a single gender education for young women of all cultures.
The Women’s College of Brenau University prepares you for a life well lived — one that helps to make our world a better place for all.
Features of The Women’s College include:
For more than a century, Brenau students have represented a tapestry of rich cultural and geographic backgrounds, interests, talents and viewpoints. Because Brenau respects individual differences, it creates an environment that both nurtures and nudges students from their comfort zones. Brenau blends the old with the new, the traditional with the innovative.
Brenau students can opt in to:
Brenau has close to 50 student-run clubs and organizations, including a range of national sororities
The Brenau Student Government Association serves as an advocate for the student body and a sponsor for Brenau’s traditions.
Brenau offers students abroad the opportunity to study and live on campus, as well as several different programs of study and thrive on giving students a cultural experience all its own.