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Two Georgia College nursing students will travel overseas this August to gain international experience in health care while completing required nursing credits toward their degrees.
Georgia College High Achiever Charlene Ford’s hand-drawn Peace Corps logo greeted guests at The Carter Center.
In one hour Georgia College sophomore Derek Colglazier had to wow American Culinary Federation judges with a rather simple dish — fish.
How children learn and grow fascinates Georgia College sophomore Raisa Martinez. The psychology major researches child development in Georgia College's infant development lab alongside psychology professor Dr. Karen Bendersky.
The Georgia Education Mentorship (GEM) and Leadership Certificate Program (LCP) are recruiting students interested in improving their leadership skills.
Georgia College nursing graduates who took the national licensing exam for the first time in 2010 earned the highest overall pass rate among public colleges and universities across Georgia.
Freshmen Natalie Sharp and Sally Gilbreth entered Georgia College’s Class of 2014 with the highest high school GPAs and were recognized during Week of Welcome ceremonies this past week.
Three Georgia College & State University students recently entered this year’s popular Relay for Life fundraising competition with help from a nearby elementary school.
Graduating senior ShaQuantaey “Taey” Mack is not one to sugarcoat anything.
Chelsea Losh, graduating summa cum laude with a degree in English Literature, will deliver the undergraduate commencement speech.
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During 2012, descendants of Gov. Howell Cobb donated mid-19th century personal effects of Cobb to the Old Governor’s Mansion at Georgia College.
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