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Nursing major Yasmin Amaro-Garcia joins ranks of nationally published authors

GCU student Yasmin Amaro-Garcia is published in the newest volume of "Today's Inspired Young Latinas."

Celebrating Their Success: Savannah Ruotola ’21

Savannah Ruotola '21, a marketing major, is among the many GCU young alumni who know what it means to put the Mercy core values into action—even before graduation.

Celebrating Their Success: Tyrek Cooper ’21

Tyrek Cooper ’21 is all about putting in work—in class, in the community, and in his calling: social work. In four short years, he’s worked numerous jobs on campus, held leadership positions, and helped others—just as he was helped before arriving at Georgian Court University.

Celebrating Their Success: The Rosales Family

Cousins and first-generation college students Ashley and Alan Rosales arrived at Georgian Court with different views of what a degree would mean for them. Although they took separate paths to achievement, each found success in their own way.

GCU Graduates of August 2020, December 2020, and May 2021 With Degree Honors

GCU graduates of August 2020, December 2020, and May 2021

A Time to Celebrate the Graduates: GCU’s 2021 Commencement

The Class of 2021 is the focus of four commencement ceremonies May 19-20 at Georgian Court University.

Georgian Court Names Fall 2020 Dean’s List

Nearly 340 Georgian Court University students were named to the Fall 2020 Dean’s List. The honor reflects their hard work in the classroom and commitment to their chosen fields.

Georgian Court Students Named to Fall 2020 President’s List

More than 200 Georgian Court University students achieved the institution’s highest academic honors in the Fall 2020 semester and have been named to the President’s List.

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.

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