STAND UP! is only one event in the lineup of activities that are aiming to break the silence around sexual assault during Sexual Assault Awareness Week April 7-11 at Georgia College.
On the eve of his third deployment to Afghanistan, Mark Morris decided to mark this particular send-off with an experience to remember for the whole family.
The Macon TelegraphDec. 9, 2013Georgia College snags grant for for drinking, traffic education
Georgia College’s Wellness and Recreation Center received the 2013 Outstanding Sports Facilities Awards by the National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association.
Student Health Services wants to help you take control of your health at the annual Georgia College Health Fair March 14 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Macon.comNov. 29, 2012Midstate colleges limit smoking but aren’t completely tobacco-free
The Accreditation Council of the Association for Experiential Education has granted continuing accredited status to Georgia College’s Outdoor Education programs for the next 10 years.
Georgia College professors put pedals to pavement for this year’s Get Up & Ride National Bike Challenge to help improve their health and the environment.
A U.S. Environmental Protection Act expert and Georgia College alumna will speak on environmental contaminants at Georgia College.
Adequate tire pressure: Check. Helmet in place: Double-check. Grit to ride 33 miles of hilly terrain in the sweltering heat: Triple-check.