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Hurricane Irma

The safety of the campus community is our highest priority. With the most recent developments of tropical weather systems in the Atlantic Ocean, we wanted to take a moment to share some information with you. Georgia College Administrators are closely monitoring Hurricane Irma and weather conditions for our area.  Currently, there is much uncertainty in the track of Irma.  We will continue to monitor and coordinate with local and state agencies to take necessary action to plan and prepare for potential impacts as well as provide support to those who may be affected. 

As always, any changes to the operational status of Georgia College will be posted to Front Page and sent out via GC ALERT. Remember that GC ALERTS are used to provide notification of changes in the operation of GC as well as to provide notice of imminent threats of danger.  Click here to find out how to update your information to ensure you receive GC ALERTS via your preferred method(s) and to add additional recipients.  As a reminder, please review you own personal emergency plans and check your emergency supplies. 

We are also asking all members of the GC community to share with their family and friends the Front Page link to allow them to also obtain valuable information pertaining to Georgia College. Additionally, we want to remind everyone to obtain information from other reputable sources.  Some suggestions for additional resources are:

Stay safe and stay tuned Bobcats.

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