Hundreds of Georgia College students did professional-style makeup and hair, served refreshments, worked photo booths and acted as escorts or paparazzi – photographing guests on the red carpet at Milledgeville's recent "Night to Shine" prom for the developmentally disabled.
Award-winning author Dr. Kerry Neville has won a Fulbright Foreign Scholarship. She will teach creative writing this fall in Limerick, Ireland, and return to Georgia College next year with an international perspective for teaching.
The Office of Inclusive Excellence, in partnership with the Baldwin County School District, will host "Teens Are Talking" Monday, February 26 at the Baldwin High School Fine Arts Theatre at 6 p.m. This forum will address topics and concerns local teens have identified as critical to their well-being, as well as the well-being of Milledgeville. The purpose of the forum is to encourage our youth to have a voice in their community and provide a platform where adults listen to their views. Ultimately, the goal is for everyone to come together and to initiate change for a brighter Milledgeville. For additional information, contact the Office of Inclusive Excellence at 478-445-4233.
Information Technology was made aware of some specific concerns and has adjusted the maintenance time frame to later in the evening. System Administration will begin bringing systems down at 10 pm: Banner, Degreeworks, Front Page, GCSignatures, IR Database, Main File Shares, R25, Starrez, and WWW. This work will affect all network connectivity including access to internal services, the Internet, and the VoIP phone system. During this maintenance period, there will be intermittent access to the network; users should expect a loss of network throughout this maintenance window. This work will have some impact on the Residential Network for services which use resources from the campus network.
We want to assure the campus our goal is to provide advanced notice and to perform repairs during our early morning maintenance time frame to minimize disruptions. The failure of the hardware in the Library Machine Room is a critical part of our redundant network. We regret the inconveniences the interruption of network services will cause and appreciate your understanding. An update will be posted on Unify when this work is complete.
If you experience any issues after this maintenance, please contact the Serve Help Desk ServeHelp Desk at 445-7378.
Please join us for The 33rd Annual International Dinner on Saturday, March 10, 2018. Guests will enjoy a wide selection of dishes from around the world and a full evening of performances, all prepared by students in the GC International Club. Held in the beautiful Magnolia Ballroom, the dinner begins at 7 p.m. You can purchase tickets online and Register HERE. This gala event, which both celebrates and supports our international students, is proudly sponsored by the GC International Education Center.
Proceeds from the dinner will support annual scholarships! These scholarships provide financial assistance to international students. Please see the International Club Photo Gallery or the Georgia College Photo Gallery for photos from prior International Dinners
If you cannot attend this year’s dinner, please consider supporting international students by making a donation to the Global Scholars Endowed Fund. Your gift makes a big impact on the lives of present and future international students!
Registration for the dinner is now open and space is limited so we encourage you to register early online here! If you prefer to pay by cash or check, you may do so in the International Education Center, located at 141 S. Clarke Street in Milledgeville. The office is open Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Questions? Contact Jarris Lanham at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone (478) 445-4789.
The Georgia College E-Sports team is hosting its first viewing party, and we're wanting to give back to our fans! Leading up to our viewing party today, Friday, Feb. 23 at 8PM, you'll have the chance to enter into our first ever Fan Giveaway where you can win a Roccat Gaming Mouse, Wraps Headphones, or an Apple Blanket!
Join us in Parkhurst Hall to get some free food, watch Georgia College take on Francis Marion and see if you are one of our lucky winners!
Giveaway Details: Each follow on one our social media accounts (Twitch, Facebook, Instagram, Youtube) is an entry into our Fan Giveaway. Share our posts or post about us on your own page using the #GCLOL, and you'll get an extra entry. Winners will be announced at event and must be present to claim their prize.
Information Technology will be replacing the failed network hardware this evening, February 23. The maintenance will begin at 5:30 pm and is expected to last until 9:30 pm. This work will affect all network connectivity including access to internal services, the Internet, and the VoIP phone system. During this maintenance period, there will be intermittent access to the network; users should expect a loss of network throughout this maintenance window. This work will have some impact on the Residential Network for services which use resources from the campus network.
We make every effort to perform repairs in the early morning hours to minimize disruption to the campus. This work is critical due to the hardware failure in the Library Machine Room earlier this week. We regret the inconveniences the interruption of network services will cause and appreciate your understanding. An update will be posted on Unify when this work has been completed.
If you experience any issues after this maintenance, please contact the Serve Help Desk at 445-7378.
The LGBTQ+ Center is excited to announce the relaunch of the GC Safe Space Program!
Safe Space training aims to raise awareness of LGBTQ+ identities; equip participants with knowledge of LGBTQ+ language and concepts; and teach participants how to effectively support LGBTQ+ individuals and communities.
Members of the GC community who are Safe Space trained are committed to being welcoming and supportive of LGBTQ+ people and their allies. Participants who complete the training receive a Safe Space card to be displayed that identifies them as an LGBTQ+-affirming individual on campus.
We currently have 3 trainings planned for the Spring semester: March 2 (2-5 p.m.), March 22 (9 a.m. - noon), and April 23 (6-9 p.m.). Participants can register online to attend a training at www.tinyurl.com/GCSafeSpaceS18. Attendance will be capped at 15 participants for each session.
Additionally, if you have a group of 8 people or larger that would all like to go through a Safe Space training, we can work with you to schedule a training specifically for your group or organization.
Please note: Safe Space training can not be mandated for any individual, group, department, or organization. If you are seeking a training around LGBTQ+ identities, please contact the LGBTQ+ Center coordinator to discuss your specific needs.
The Georgia College Women's Soccer team is hosting a free youth soccer clinic for pre-k through eighth grade girls and boys Saturday, Feb. 24.
All youth soccer players who are looking to develop their skills are encouraged to attend. The camp is being held at the Baldwin County Soccer Complex Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon.
To register, contact GC head soccer coach Hope Clark by email, email@example.com , or phone at (478) 445-4011. Georgia College Soccer staff asks that each attendee bring a ball and plenty of water when they come.
Join the Office of Health Promotion and the Department of Psychological Science for a seminar titled “The effects of perceived discrimination on health and wellness” from Dr. Whitney Heppner. This program will discuss Dr. Heppner's research on the harmful effects of discrimination among Latinos and factors that reduce those harmful effects as well as discrimination/identity stressors and how to cope with those. This program is open to all students, staff and faculty at Georgia College.
The program will take place in the MSU banquet Hall A at 11:00 a.m. to 12 p.m. on February 27th. Participants are welcome to bring their lunch or purchase lunch in the Dining Hall. If not purchasing lunch, please enter through the Hancock St entrance.
Phish notice: Subject line: *E-sign Now*!! Electronic Signature Needed
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This is definitely a phish intended to have people provide their GC credentials. Please do not click on the URL.
If you have clicked on the URL and provided your information, your GC credentials are compromised. You need to change your GC password through Unify (unify.gcsu.edu) immediately, and then contact the Serve Help Desk ASAP (x7378, or email@example.com).
Never click on hidden URL’s, especially those in emails that you weren’t expecting to receive. At GC our use of DocuSign will be branded with GC images and will say it’s from “GC Signature” and it will also provide information about the document being provided. You’ll notice that this email was not branded by GC whatsoever and provides no information regarding the document or who to call with questions.
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This Message is intended for firstname.lastname@example.org
You have received this email due to a request for your electronic signature via DocuSign ( Agreement.PDF ),
Please Follow The Link Below.
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