Friendsgiving is an annual service event where strangers in the Georgia College community can come together, share a Thanksgiving meal and give back to a worthy cause
Americans waste 40 percent of the food we produce, yet one in seven Americans are food insecure. The passion and dedication of two students led to a new way to fight hunger in Milledgeville while cutting down waste from the university’s dining hall.
This fall Georgia College breaks ground on a new project honoring a group of student organizations with strong ties to campus. The National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) Historical Preservation Plaza will not only celebrate the heritage of these organizations at Georgia College, but also promote a vibrant future.
The Women’s Center’s services are expanding with the help of a grant from the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council of Georgia. The nearly $100,000 funds a new, full-time victim services coordinator for campus.
The Georgia College Women's Center recently received word that the nearly $300,000 Department of Justice grant funding for Project BRAVE was renewed for another three years. Aimed at increasing knowledge surrounding power-based interpersonal violence and prevention through bystander intervention education, the Be BRAVE: Step Up training and other courses are offered monthly or on an as requested basis for student organizations and departments.
More than 15 intramural sports and 20 club sports serving more than 2,500 student participants each year—that is Georgia College Rec Sports.