Georgia College kicked off it’s inaugural Giving Challenge Sept. 10. The 48-hour online giving campaign asked alumni, faculty, staff, parents and friends to join together and make an impact on our students by making a gift to six projects that support learning at the university. This initiative brought in over $31,700, exceeding the goals set for most areas.
When Georgia College began offering suicide prevention and safe-space training for LGBTQ+ individuals, Theatre Professor Eric Griffis jumped at the chance to make a difference.
Tim Martin, ’97, didn’t follow a traditional college path like most students. He spent three years on active duty in the U.S. Army before entering Georgia College his junior year.
Art major Raasha Guiterrez finds her calling during internship to the Smithsonian's Freer and Sackler Art Gallery.
The 2020 U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges report lists Georgia College as a “Top Public School.” Designated ninth in the south, Georgia College was the highest ranked Georgia institution in this category.
Georgia College's new teacher education chair says her life would be different without someone to guide her along.
Nearly 2,000 volunteers took part in the second annual GC Gives day. With more than 50 service sites across Milledgeville and Baldwin County, volunteers spent the morning of Saturday, Aug. 17 with their sleeves rolled up, working to help others.
Georgia ranks near the bottom of all 50 states for the number of primary care providers. Recent data from America’s Health Rankings, 2018 Annual Report, places Georgia at 42nd for the number of primary care doctors per capita, 43rd in its supply of registered nurses and 48th in advanced practice nursing care.
The mass communications major spent two months in New York City interning with the integrated marketing and brand partnerships team at CBS Television Stations.
Thad Thompson, '14, is one of the newest members of the Georgia Student Finance Commission.
Hannah Darradji was nervous about interning with a large advertising company like 22squared, but stepping through the threshold she understood that she had made the right decision and that she was beginning a path that would take her from student to professional.
Kiama and Rehema Karanja
While Georgia College wasn't originally in the long-term plans for Peter Trang, he began to find his second home here. The upcoming senior remembers the moment freshman year when his plans began to change.
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