The Georgian Court University Department of Dance will host performance artist Kata Mejia and Time Compass, a collaborative art installation that poses questions about gun violence.
New Federal Grant to Help Georgian Court, Providence House Address Domestic Abuse and Sexual Assault
A new grant from the U.S. Department of Justice will allow Georgian Court University and several community partners to expand awareness and prevention programs related to sexual assault, domestic violence, stalking, and dating violence.
At Georgian Court University, pre-service teachers are determined to keep their future students engaged and informed—and maybe even a little entertained. A new board game concept, based on The Book Thief, an international bestseller-turned-movie, proves just that.
A new agreement with Georgian Court University will allow Trenton Catholic Academy students to earn university course credits, secure guaranteed admission to college, and qualify for special scholarship funding—all while still in high school.
Georgian Court University’s annual Critical Concerns programs will focus on Women’s Voices in the Jubilee Year of Mercy and the impact of education on women and girls around the world, among other topics. Among the many guests participating are Jenny Nordberg, author of “The Underground Girls of Kabul,” and Mary Mihelic, the artist behind the “Running Girl” series of paintings that bear witness to the kidnapping of more than 50 Nigerian schoolgirls. This year’s Critical Concerns observance is in collaboration with Ocean County College.
More than 240 people packed the Dorothy Marron University Community Chapel for Mercy Day Mass 2016 at Georgian Court on Thursday, September 22. There, they gathered to honor the Sisters of Mercy—some of whom were in attendance—and celebrate the life of Mary-Theresa McCarthy, RSM, Ph.D., ’57, the professor emerita of French who devoted decades of service to Georgian Court.
The refurbished M. Christina Geis Art Gallery—with the addition of a built-in projection system for multimedia exhibits—will reopen on Thursday, September 22, with a mixed media exhibit featuring works by artists Amy Faris and Kate Okeson.
Georgian Court University first-year students participated in “Seeing with New Eyes: 9-11 Day of Service Freshman Prayer” as part of their GEN101 experience. GEN101, or Pathway to the Bridge, is a required general education course for every GCU first-year student, as well as transfer students with less than 12 credits.
Many students choose to come to GCU, even if it means investing in their future with modestly larger debt. We believe that this is because students recognize that GCU offers them something that other schools do not. For some, it is our faculty and class size. For others, it might be location or a particular major. For transfer students, it is likely the fact that we offer some of the most generous transfer financial aid in the region. In any case, students make the choice to incur debt as they see fit.