Chancelynn Ridley (MIS Major)
Economics major wins national research award
In February 2018, eight students presented their research at the AEF Conference in Houston, Texas. Pasko won the Outstanding Undergraduate Student Paper Competition in Economics.
Georgia Education Mentorship program celebrates 15 years of developing Georgia College's leaders
Learning firsthand from the state’s top leaders in business, politics, law, education and healthcare—an opportunity afforded to Georgia College students for 15 years now. Learning firsthand from the state’s top leaders in business, politics, law, education and healthcare—an opportunity afforded to Georgia College students for 15 years now.
Senior political science major starts nonprofit to help orphans in Romania
Missionaries in Romania singled out the Georgia College senior, asking her to come back and run a summer camp. Honored but baffled, Roux asked her parents how she – a student – could possibly raise at least $10,000 needed to begin such a venture. They said: Start a nonprofit.
Helping those who protect our freedoms—Business students raise money and awareness for homeless veterans
Georgia College business ethics students have taken up the cause to help homeless veterans in Georgia by partnering with a new project called HomePortMaconGA, Inc. The project is turning a former hotel into a unique community-based housing environment for veterans.
Georgia College focuses on well-rounded career prep
Georgia College’s dedication to prepare students for their career runs deeps with a fully-staffed office that works to connect students with everything from internship opportunities to job fairs.
Georgia College graduates four generations
It all began with Cat, Garner and Jon Strickland’s great grandmother Catherine Cline Garner, '34, and grandmother Martha G. Kingery, '89. Through the years, both women expressed their satisfaction to the family about the university. It was those stories that solidified each of the Strickland family member’s choice to attend Georgia College.
Georgia College welcomes new vice president for student affairs
Dr. Shawn Eric Brooks has been selected as Georgia College’s incoming vice president for student affairs. Brooks will join Georgia College May 1, 2018. He will assume his new role as vice president for student affairs at Georgia College after the retirement of our current Vice President Dr. Bruce Harshbarger on June 30, 2018.
Under 30: Helen Harris
Helen Harris describes her experience at Georgia College and how it influenced her to start her publishing company.
Mass Comm major Altimease L. Lowe prepares for law school
"The past four years at Georgia College were remarkable. I have no doubt in my mind that Georgia College was the right choice for me. From the professors to the lifetime friendships, I am proud to be a part of the Bobcat family."
New endowed scholarship honors Georgia's First Lady Sandra Dunagan Deal
State legislative spouses raised more than $120,000 to establish the Sandra Dunagan Deal Scholarship at Georgia College. The endowment, a surprise to Mrs. Deal, was announced at a special luncheon March 7.