Frequently Asked Questions
Ralston College is fundamentally a place for asking questions and exploring the answers, however difficult that may be.
What is Ralston College?
Ralston College is at once a revival and a reinvention of the traditional university. It is a fellowship of humanistic inquiry for anyone, anywhere, who seeks the truth with courage.
What programs does Ralston College offer?
Does the College have a physical location?
Yes. The College leases and owns a number of properties in downtown historic Savannah.
Does the College have any political or religious affiliations?
No, the College is fiercely non-partisan.
Does the College have a policy on freedom of thought or freedom of speech?
The College has an absolute commitment to freedom of thought and speech. It also expects its students and staff to behave reasonably and courteously, in a manner befitting a community of free and intelligent people.
Is Ralston College public or private?
Ralston College is a private institution of higher learning incorporated under the laws of the State of Georgia. It accepts no government funding.
How can I contact Ralston College?
Please write to us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or Ralston College, P.O. Box 8302, Savannah, GA 31412-8302
How can I support Ralston College?
Please see our giving page for details. We are very grateful for your support.
Is Ralston College hiring?
Why are you named Ralston College?
Suggested when the dream of Ralston College was still merely that, the name Ralston comes from a now much-missed figure in Savannah's intellectual and cultural community. Known for his good-humour, and an infectious love of literature and music, William H. Ralston Jr was a man who believed we are all worthy of redemption and transformation. It is an honor to bear his name, but the College is not affiliated with his estate.
Does Ralston College have a motto?
The College has two official mottoes: ANIMUS CRESCAT and SERMO LIBER VITA IPSA.
Is Ralston College able to grant degrees?
The College has been authorized for operation and awarded degree-granting powers by the State of Georgia.