Ennis Hall has undergone a 2 ½ year transformation from the remnants of a 1920s women’s dormitory to a highly interactive, useable space that will be the home to the Georgia College Department of Art.
College of Arts & Sciences
After the excitement of graduation day settles, many newly minted Georgia College alumni will inevitably begin the search for that perfect spot on the mantle to display their degree. For graduate Matthew Hilliard, that task might prove challenging.
On Saturday, May 10, Hilliard was the first in Georgia College history to graduate with three majors in physics, chemistry and math. Triple majors are rare at the university, but degrees in these three areas of study together have never been achieved before.
Laura Ahrens is the second in a series of three profiles on students who were named as the national leadership honor society Omicron Delta Kappa's Emerging Leader of the Year.
Georgia College environmental science and biology students spent the semester working to identify different types of algae in Georgia’s lakes, determining the causes and examining the potential to cause harm.
The Georgia College Department of Government and Sociology has released the first edition of Georgia’s State of the State Poll.
After three years of research on how plants respond to their environment, Anne Zimmerman has been recognized among the top science students in the country, landing the prestigious honor of being a part of the National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship Program.
After serving as an intern on the Netflix original television series "House of Cards," senior Madison Junod took over the lead casting position.
Georgia College’s choral ensembles, including University Chorus, Women’s Ensemble and Max Noah Singers, will perform April 12 at 7:30 p.m. at First Baptist Church in Milledgeville to present “Echoes of Peace, Visions of Hope.”