Gupton Jones Funeral Service is a private college located in Georgia. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 249 undergraduate students. The Gupton Jones Funeral Service acceptance rate is 100%. The only major offered is Funeral Service and Mortuary Science. Graduating 63% of students, Gupton Jones Funeral Service alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $28,000.
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Excellent college! This is the largest and oldest funeral service college out there -- nothing beats Gupton-Jones College of Funeral Service.
There was no issue with the school. There was no student housing which made it hard to get there. The school overall was good.
The only policy that seems to be absolutely ridiculous is the attendance policy. This school actually takes points off your final grade at the end of each quarter if you've missed too many classes. No matter how awesome you do on your assignments, test, and or quizzes. Your attendance shouldn't matter if you're passing all classes exceptionally. You just ever know what someone to could be going through in life that could be a result to their absences.