Bringing together Atlanta-area colleges and universities.


The Atlanta region is a place where people and organizations work together to make big things happen. The colleges and universities in particular are remarkably collaborative, partnering on everything from joint degrees and research to cultural events. Learn more >

ARCHE itself is testament to this: since 1938, public and private institutions have come together to actively pursue ways to work together. Member presidents meet regularly through the ARCHE board. And through ARCHE, members share resources through library sharing, cross registration for courses and cooperative purchasing.




China Research Center

The China Research Center brings together experts from Agness Scott, Emory, Georgia State, Georgia Tech, Kennesaw State, Mercer, Oglethorpe and UGA to share knowledge about contemporary China with business, media and government. Learn More


Atlanta in the civil rights movement

ARCHE member and affiliated libraries and archives have come together to showcase the vast archival holdings of items related to Atlanta’s leading role in the civil rights movement.

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Master Planners -- With Law Degrees

Georgia State University’s College of Law and the Georgia Tech College of Architecture combine specialties to offer a joint degree program. A student earns both a master of city and regional planning degree and a law degree.

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