The campus and local community are gearing up to welcome Milledgeville’s newest members — Georgia College Class of 2016.
Georgia College has been named among “Colleges of Distinction” for the eighth consecutive year for providing students with the best learning experiences in undergraduate education.
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Alice Friman, Georgia College poet-in-residence, has earned this year’s Georgia Author of the Year Award in poetry from Georgia Writers Association (GWA) for her fifth full-length collection of poetry, “Vinculum.”
Georgia College has named Dr. Robert Orr as chief information officer (CIO) of the university. Orr assumed his new duties July 1.
A recent study estimates Georgia College contributed $183 million to the local economy during the 2011 fiscal year (July 1, 2010, through July 1, 2011) — a $6 million increase from the 2010 estimate.
Georgia College GIVE Center director Kendall Stiles has received the 2012 Women of Distinction Award by Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia for setting an example of excellence in her community.
Rod Kelly has been named director and chief human resources officer at Georgia College.
Georgia College student representatives learned new leadership skills from Georgia professionals during this summer’s L3 Summit “Leaving a Legacy of Leadership” in Dahlonega.
Georgia College Special Collections has partnered with the Rotary Club of Milledgeville to preserve the organization’s extensive work in the community.