Get started with Robotics at Georgia Military College

Georgia Military College began offering classes at Robins Air Force Base in 1989. For the first few quarters, Executive Director COL John Elliott and an administrative assistant were the only two full-time employees. Only about 15 classes were offered for a few dozen active duty military and civil service employees. COL Elliott envisioned that GMC-Warner Robins would be a college where students of all types could earn an affordable quality education. As course and degree offerings expanded, students responded; by the early 2000s, GMC-Warner Robins needed a building to call its own. In 2003, Elliott Hall opened at 801 Duke Avenue, in a business park just off North Davis Drive, roughly a mile from Robins AFB and easily accessible via Watson Boulevard from I-75 or GA Hwy 247. Growth continued throughout the decade, resulting in an expansion of Elliott Hall in 2005. Today, GMC-Warner Robins is one of the fastest growing college campuses in Middle Georgia, with more than 180 classes offered each quarter to support more than 1,300 students. Convenient schedules are offered for traditional and non-traditional students with day, evening, and weekend classes, and smaller class sizes for better instruction. In 2012, 2013, and 2014 readers of and The Telegraph voted GMC-Warner Robins “Best of the Best” College or University in Middle Georgia.

Contact Information

801 Duke Avenue, Warner Robins, Georgia 31093
(478) 387-0060

What Georgia Military College can offer you.

Georgia Military College's Warner Robins Campus is located in Houston County, five minutes from Robins Air Force Base. This provides the educational opportunity to not only traditional students but to military personnel. Like our other campuses Robins offers a variety of classes to complete toward an associate’s degree.

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