Clayton State Campus and Infrastructure
Imagine tall, old trees and calm lakes, where ducks and swans preen in the sun. Can you see it? That’s Clayton State’s campus: 214 acres of pristine, park-like beauty. Pick a spot to study beside one of our six lakes. Take a relaxing stroll through the trees. Make yourself at home.
When you’re ready to venture off campus, you’ll find you’re not far from the rest of the world. Located a mile and a half away from Interstate 75 and just minutes from Hartsfield–Jackson International Airport, Morrow, Georgia, is only 20 minutes from Atlanta, a center of entertainment, culture, and learning opportunities.
Schedule a campus tour to see the beauty for yourself.
Campus Locations and Instructional Sites
The main Clayton State campus is in Morrow, Georgia. Most of our 7,000+ students study, live, and work here. We also offer a additional program instructional sites for Fayette and Henry counties. Lucy Huie Hall, in Jonesboro, Georgia, houses our Film and Digital Media Center.
Trails and Adventure
Get your steps in by taking a walk on one of our many paths and wooded trails. The University’s arboretum trail Is full of biodiversity—native trees of the Piedmont forest line the walkway. And our outdoor adventure course is great for a challenging team building session. Clayton State is also home to a pollinator garden near Lakeview Science and Discovery Center, which attracts bees, birds, and butterflies.
Indoor and Outdoor Athletics Facilities
Pick up a friendly game of tennis in one of the courts, check out the soccer fields, and catch a game with our champion basketball players.
Take a look at our virtual viewbook or locate a building on our map to learn more about our facilities.
- Student Activities Center
- College of Business
- James M. Baker University Center
- Arts and Sciences Building
- Science Building
- Natural and Behavioral Sciences Building
- Spivey Hall
- Harry S. Downs Center
- Athletics Center
Living on campus lets you live your Laker life to the fullest, with easy access to classes and facilities, study lounges, Wi-Fi, and more. Laker Hall is where our undergraduates live, benefiting from a supportive community and many learning and leadership opportunities. Upperclassmen and graduates make their home in Laker Village, where independence and convenience go hand in hand.
Learn more about campus life!