Piedmont College is a private college in Demorest and Athens, Georgia. Founded in 1897, Piedmont’s Demorest campus includes 300 acres in a traditional residential-college setting located in the foothills of the northeast Georgia Blue Ridge mountains. Total enrollment is approximately 2,571 students and the campus includes ten dormitories housing more than 720 students.
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Who are Piedmont College's Most influential alumni?
Piedmont College's most influential alumni faculty include professors and professionals in the fields of Nursing, Social Work, and Psychology. Piedmont College’s most academically influential people include Jonathan Clark Rogers, Lillian Smith, and Jane Anderson.
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