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Georgian Court welcomes students to the Spring 2021 semester. Please regularly check GCU e-mails and for the most up-to-date information. Download the CampusClear app, which must be completed every day that you are on campus.


GCU’s Statement on Derek Chauvin Verdict

For many, the Derek Chauvin verdict provokes a sense of relief; justice has been served in some capacity. Some may not share this sentiment, and others may feel that the United States has much more to do as we address racism, policing, and justice in our country.

Now’s the Time to Combat Climate Change and Environmental Racism, says NPR’s Steve Curwood

God’s timing isn’t always our timing, but we must act immediately to address a climate emergency and environmental racism, said Steve Curwood, executive producer and host of NPR’s award-winning environmental news program Living on Earth, during Georgian Court University’s Critical Concerns Week 2021.

Pandemic Brings Opportunity for a “Just Transition,” says Critical Concerns Week Keynote Speaker Winona LaDuke

On March 23, Winona LaDuke, a leading expert on Indigenous economics, food, and energy policy, gave the first of two keynote addresses for Georgian Court University’s Critical Concerns Week.

Poet Patricia Smith to Give Virtual Reading at Georgian Court University

To celebrate the start of National Poetry Month, Georgian Court University’s Department of English will host award-winning Visiting Poet Patricia Smith for a free virtual reading on Thursday, April 1 from 4:00 to 5:30 p.m. on Zoom. The event will include a reading, student-led interview, and audience Q&A.

GCU Stands with Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders

Georgian Court University adamantly denounces any form of racism, xenophobia, or discrimination; we do not tolerate it on our campus. Further, we stand in support with the Asian-American and Pacific Islander community—both here and abroad.

Critical Concerns Week Explores Racism and the Environment

Georgian Court University’s Critical Concerns Week 2021 will explore two topics that are among the Sisters of Mercy’s humanitarian priorities and also dominate newspaper headlines: Racism and the environment. A robust program of more than 20 events, all free and nearly all open to the public, will be presented virtually from March 18 through 25.

New Chief Diversity Officers Make Equity Their Mission

At Georgian Court University, chief diversity officers Dr. Joy Smith and Dr. Ria DasGupta believe they were born for this work—making equity, inclusion and diversity the norm rather than the exception.

Looking Forward to Fall 2021

For the Fall 2021 semester, Georgian Court plans to return to in-person classes at the level offered before the pandemic.

Walking Meditation: A New Path to Healthy Living, Part 3

While many people walk for speed or endurance, another option, with other wellness benefits, is walking meditation.

Message to the GCU Community: Celebrating Black History Month

In celebration of the 95th anniversary of Black History Month, GCU’s Black Student Union (BSU) and the Council for Diversity and Inclusion will host trivia nights, discussions, and community read sessions that focus on Black identity—in both academia and the world at large.

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