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Georgian Court University Posts Great Gains in U.S. News 2020 Rankings

Georgian Court University climbed more than 30 spots in the most recent U.S. News & World Report rankings, moving to #108 from #139 a year ago.

Georgian Court Convocation Marks Start of New Academic Year

Earning a college degree and having the opportunity to engage in academic pursuits carry an important responsibility, Johann M. Vento, Ph.D., told students, faculty members, and families at Georgian Court University’s August 29 Convocation Ceremony. The GCU professor of theology/religious studies was one of several speakers at the annual event marking the start of a new academic year.

Jennifer Edmonds, Ph.D., to Lead GCU School of Business and Digital Media

Jennifer Edmonds, Ph.D., is the new dean of the Georgian Court University School of Business and Digital Media. She most recently served as associate dean and director of the M.B.A. program of the Jay S. Sidhu School of Business and Leadership at Wilkes University and brings nearly two decades of business leadership to her role at Georgian Court.

Middle States Re-Affirms Georgian Court University’s Accreditation

Georgian Court University meets all of the standards for being accredited, according to the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE). The commission, through accreditation, mandates that its member institutions meet rigorous and comprehensive standards.

Faculty Researcher Studies Black Male Students Affected by Trauma

Two criminal justice faculty members from Georgian Court University, two from Saint Peter’s University, and one from Seton Hall University worked to put everything anyone could ever want to know about the history of crime and the criminal justice system into a new publication, which they say represents the A-Z of their field.

Criminal Justice Professors Explore the Past to Move Audiences Beyond Prime Time

Two criminal justice faculty members from Georgian Court University, two from Saint Peter's University, and one from Seton Hall University worked to put everything anyone could ever want to know about the history of crime and the criminal justice system into a new publication, which they say represents the A-Z of their field.

Georgian Court University’s Re-accreditation Is Approved

Georgian Court University meets all of the standards for being accredited, according to the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE). The commission, through accreditation, mandates that its member institutions meet rigorous and comprehensive standards.

Social Work Is Mercy Work for New GCU@Cumberland Graduates

“GCU’s partnership with Cumberland County College is creating a workforce better able to deal with societal issues where they live,” said Mary Tuohy, D.S.W., social work program coordinator at Cumberland County College. “These BSW students have responsibilities and families—having this program in their community provides access that they did not have before. Many do not have the time or means to travel to universities that are hours away to continue their education after the associate degree.”

Criminal Justice Professors Explore the Past to Move Audiences Beyond Prime Time

Two criminal justice faculty members from Georgian Court University, two from Saint Peter's University, and one from Seton Hall University worked to put everything anyone could ever want to know about the history of crime and the criminal justice system into a new publication, which they say represents the A-Z of their field.

Guidance for Georgian Court graduates: ‘Do not worry…go forth with confidence’

Now is not the time to be afraid, dozens of Georgian Court University graduates were told as they -and the families who supported them throughout their college years--gathered on campus for a special Baccalaureate Mass, led by GCU campus priest Rev. Anthony DePalma.

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