Georgia College’s School of Nursing received a U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Administration (HRSA) Advanced Education Nursing Traineeship (AENT) grant. Totaling nearly $350,000, the grant funds the tuition, fees, books, other expenses and gives a stipend for all the students in the Master of Nursing in Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) program.
Georgia College welcomes our newest Bobcats for orientation. Meet some of our new students.
Math has always come naturally for Larrentis Thomas. For his hard work in his major, Thomas was selected to receive a $10,000 scholarship to finance his graduate degree.
On Monday, July 25, parking lot No. 25, also known as Circle Drive or Fountain Drive, will be blocked in order for maintenance work to be performed. Please be cognizant of the barricades.
Thank you for your cooperation.
For today, Friday, July 22, 2016, the high alert status on electricity usage has been reduced to elevated status. Efforts to reduce usage should continue in all areas, with the exception of those areas participating in orientation. All areas involved in orientation should return to normal operations. Thank you all for your assistance during this period of increased electricity pricing.
Student Health Services is offering their GCSYou and Alcohol Freshman Seminar program again this year. This program lasts the entire 50 minutes of the seminar and discusses the signs and symptoms of alcohol poisoning, how to help someone in need and low-risk alcohol choices our students can make. The program will be interactive and engaging.
If you would like to have Student Health Services come to your seminar, please contact Rachel Pope at email@example.com and note the dates and times your seminar meets. We have many options available for September and October. Our preference would be to have this educational seminar before Oct. 31. Thank you, and we look forward to presenting in your classes soon.
The high alert status on electricity usage continues for Georgia College today with pricing at 73 cents. As previously stated, all buildings should shut down all nonessential lighting and equipment especially during the hours from 1 - 8 p.m. Building occupants can assist by shutting off, powering down and unplugging everything not pertinent for use today. Please pass it along to fellow building occupants.
Many USG institutions have been hit with a ransomware phishing campaign in the last few days which have been delivered to thousands. The attack profile has consisted of a phishing message that used a spoofed/forged “from” field and appeared to come from a campus copier/printer. In our case, it would appear to come from firstname.lastname@example.org.
The message carries a .docm attachment. Do not open the attachment. The attachment is the ransomware payload, which in this instance installs a remote access trojan.
This is an active attack. Communication efforts are underway to universities across the nation through REN-ISAC and there are many other confirmed instances of this throughout the county.
Remember the following things:
- Always keep all of your software up to date with the latest patches; computer and phone.
- Never click on links in emails or text messages and never open an attachment unless you are certain it's legitimate.
Georgia College will continue at high alert status today with electric pricing at 83 cents. As previously stated, all buildings should shut down all nonessential lighting and equipment especially during the hours from 1 - 8 p.m. Building occupants can assist by shutting off, powering down and unplugging everything not pertinent for use today.
Georgia College Volleyball and head coach Gretchen Krumdieck released the 2016 schedule Tuesday, highlighted by hosting the 2016 Peach Belt Conference (PBC) Tournament.
The Bobcats have 10 home matches during the regular season, as they look to battle the top teams in the southeast.
"We are all very excited to get back on the court for matches in September," said Krumdieck. "This is a challenging schedule, with more matches than we've ever played. I think this team is ready for it and will rise to the challenge."
The 2016 campaign starts on the road, traveling to Florida Tech for a tournament. The Bobcats will face Puerto-Rico Mayagues and the host Panthers on opening day Sept. 2. After wrapping up the classic the next day against Wilmington University, the Bobcats open the home schedule against Emmanuel College Wednesday, Sept. 7 at 7 p.m.
PBC play opens up on the road Sept. 16, with the Bobcats traveling to the University of Montevallo. The home PBC lid-lifter is Tuesday, Sept. 20 at 7 p.m. against Lander University.
After the regular season wraps up Nov. 12 at Lander, the Bobcats will host an eight-team bracket as the PBC Tournament visits the Centennial Center for the first time. Quarterfinals are Friday, Nov. 18, with the title game coming Nov. 20.
The 2015 season was a breakthrough one for the 12-16 GC Volleyball team, making a trip to the PBC Tournament for the first time in program history in a season of firsts for Bobcat volleyball. Georgia College eclipsed the 10-win plateau for the first time, picked up its first road PBC win and got their first PBC season series sweep in a banner year. The Bobcats also landed seven on the PBC All-Academic Team, and Taylor Svehla (Cumming) was the PBC Co-Freshman of the Year.
The full schedule is available http://www.gcbobcats.com/sports/wvball/2016-17/schedule.
Dr. Steven Jones, director of the Georgia College Center for Faculty Development, was recently elected as chair-elect of the University System of Georgia's Centers for Teaching and Learning (CTL) Consortium. Jones was elected by a quorum of the consortium's members at a recent meeting of the CTL Directors. As chair-elect, Jones will serve a three-year term as a member of the consortium's Executive Committee and will serve on the Review Committee for the Board of Regents' Teaching Awards.
Maintenance Direct, our online work order system was updated this past weekend and now requires all requesters to add a password when logging in. View the instructions here.
If you any questions, please contact the facilities office at 478-445-4279.
Georgia College will continue at high alert status today with electric pricing at 67 cents. All buildings should shut down all nonessential lighting and equipment especially during the hours from 1 - 8 p.m. Building occupants can assist by shutting off, powering down and unplugging everything not pertinent for use today.