Janice Warner, Ph.D, has a pragmatic approach to what’s best for her students at the Georgian Court University School of Business and Digital Media. As dean, she looks at “what’s going on in the business environment and what businesses are looking for in employees.”
Immerse yourself in the Gilded Age and attend one of Edith Kingdon Gould’s elegant tea parties as the popular springtime production of the “Mrs. Gould Welcomes” series makes its much-anticipated return to Georgian Court University this April through June with “Coco Chanel.”
Georgian Court University, Saint John Vianney High School Agreements Widen Degree, Scholarship Offerings
Georgian Court University is making it easier—and more affordable—for students at Saint John Vianney High School to take their education to the next level by graduating from SJV’s Early College Academy with an associate degree from Brookdale Community College and then earning their bachelor’s degree and M.B.A. from GCU within four years.
Georgian Court University will host a court tennis exhibition match on February 23 on GCU’s historic Lakewood campus. The match will pit Camden Riviere, GCU’s newest pro and the current men’s world champion and men’s doubles world champion (world ranked #1) against John Lumley, assistant professional at the Racquet Club of Philadelphia (world ranked #11).
The most recent Georgian Court University rating from Moody’s Investor Services has climbed to “stable,” thanks to positive shifts in GCU’s economic stance and enrollment outlook.
Georgian Court University Partners with Cumberland County College to Offer Bachelor of Social Work Degree Program
Under a new dual admissions agreement, Georgian Court University will admit Cumberland County College Associate in Social Services graduates to the Fall 2017 Bachelor of Social Work program with junior status. This agreement enhances exceptional in-demand employment opportunities for Cumberland and GCU graduates in their own county.
It was standing room only on January 31 at Georgian Court University’s Dorothy Marron University Community Chapel as students, administration, faculty, and staff gathered with Bishop David M. O’Connell, C.M., J.C.D., for the annual Mass of the Holy Spirit.
As a Catholic university in the Mercy tradition, Georgian Court University affirms the sentiment of both the Sisters of Mercy and the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities.
Twenty Georgian Court University students will benefit from $50,000 in scholarship funds recently awarded by the OceanFirst Foundation of Toms River. The gift represents OceanFirst’s investment in higher education throughout the region and its support of Georgian Court, which enrolls a significant portion of students from Ocean and Monmouth counties.
Georgian Court University’s Sister Mary Grace Burns Arboretum recently attained Level II accreditation from global network ArbNet. Established in 1989, the arboretum—a type of botanical garden—encompasses approximately 100 acres of GCU’s historic Lakewood campus.