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Georgian Court University is monitoring COVID-19 case trends. Vaccines are mandatory, and boosters are required for all students as of Fall 2022. The university will lift the limits on in-person meetings and will return to a mask-optional policy on Monday, June 6, 2022. Students are reminded that under the mask-optional policy, faculty may require masking during class sessions. Please continue to keep a mask with you at all times.

Please see the updated Fall 2022 Policy for Students for more details.

Please regularly check GCU e-mails and https://georgian.edu/health-services/coronavirus/ for the most up-to-date information.

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Blue and Gold Registration Day is where your college experience begins. This event will allow you to meet your 2023 classmates, speak with your advisors, create your first semester class schedule and register for classes.

And just because we know you aren’t going at it alone, we have information for those who are supporting you during this next phase in your life. They will learn about the college transition and all of Georgian Court’s services.

Come out and learn about the time King Edward VII reigned in the United Kingdom, and the fascinating people who lived through it.

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Georgian Court University faculty members will present examples of their research on Tuesday, October 1, from 2:00 to 3:45 p.m in the Little Theatre. The Faculty Celebration of Scholarship, which underscores GCU’s commitment to excellent teaching, includes presenters— Prasad S. Lakkaraju. Ph.D. (Chemistry & Biochemistry) It’s All Energy: Fuels and Commodity Chemicals from Carbon Dioxide … Read more

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Celebrate the International Day of Non-Violence at GCU on Oct. 2, when faculty, staff and students will also mark the birthday of Mahatma Ghandi, considered the architect of the nonviolent approach to peaceful protest.

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Speaker: Dr. Paul Wichansky Tuesday, October 8th, 2019 6:00 – 7:15 pm The Little Theater Paul Stuart Wichansky, Ph.D, was born with cerebral palsy and a hearing loss. Recognizing that these disabilities are gifts in disguise, Paul has worked hard to transform these obstacles into unique opportunities for self-improvement, and delights in showing others how … Read more

Tea, the most consumed beverage in China, has been a staple since ancient times.

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Join Georgian Court University for Women Leading the Way, a panel discussion featuring regional business leaders. The event, hosted by the GCU Schools of Arts & Science, Education, and Business and Digital Media, is part of the sixth annual international observance of Women Entrepreneurship Week (WEW). Location: McAuley Heritage Center Register now Women Entrepreneurship Week … Read more

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Celebrate the nature and beauty of Georgian Court with a walking tour of the trees and gardens of the Sister Mary Grace Burns Arboretum.

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Learn the basics of Eden Energy Medicine in a friendly and supportive environment.  Energy medicine utilizes techniques from time honored traditions such as acupuncture, yoga, kinesiology, and qi gong. These courses are taught by Siobhan Hutchinson ’09, a certified Eden Energy Practitioner with a Master of Arts in Integrative Health from GCU and a teacher of … Read more

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Learn the basics of Eden Energy Medicine in a friendly and supportive environment.  Energy medicine utilizes techniques from time honored traditions such as acupuncture, yoga, kinesiology, and qi gong. These courses are taught by Siobhan Hutchinson ’09, a certified Eden Energy Practitioner with a Master of Arts in Integrative Health from GCU and a teacher of … Read more

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