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Celebrating First-Gen Students at GCU

Being a first-generation college student is a huge milestone not just for students, but also for their families, according to several speakers who recently participated in Georgian Court’s celebration of first-generation students. Not every journey is alike, they said, but they all share in some things in common: a high value in education, an understanding of its overall benefits, and charting new territory—a move that takes both being bold and being brave.

GCU’s Positivity and Diversity Shine in NSSE Survey Results, With More to Come

Georgian Court University plans to apply results from the 2021 National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) to further cultivate a positive campus environment where everyone feels they belong and has ample opportunities for diversity in the classroom and student life.

A Veterans Day Message from President Marbach

Georgian Court University is appreciative of the service and sacrifice of our student veterans.

‘God Has a Plan as God Always Does’: A Veteran Student’s Story

Veteran student Michael Boyle ’20, shares some of his experiences as a Marine Corps veteran and college student.

Celebrating Women in Entrepreneurship With Anastasia “Tracy” Raissis

Entrepreneurship is all about the power to innovate and determine how new ideas can be formed, according to Anastasia “Tracy” Raissis, director of Worldwide Financial Risk and Economic Development at Amazon Web Services (AWS), who recently spoke at Georgian Court University.

GCU’s Disability Awareness Panel Focuses on Experiences of Students With Different Abilities

People living with disabilities want to be seen and heard just like anyone else, according to several Georgian Court University students who spoke candidly at a recent Disability Awareness Month event.

Georgian Court University Presents 10th Annual Wellness Expo

GCU's 10th Annual Wellness Expo, a daylong showcase of integrative health presentations and exhibitors, will take place on October 23.

Real-Life Learning About Health Policy

Race, gender, geography, income, and other factors influence health care in so many ways. These are matters that don’t just influence how we live, but also how well we live, according to GCU students who recently examined the issues for their Health Policy class.

Visiting CIC Fellow Theresa Brown, Ph.D., Explores Healing the Health Care System

Georgian Court University welcomes 2021 CIC Visiting Fellow Theresa Brown, Ph.D., BSN, RN, October 19-21 for a series of events framing the value of leadership, collaboration, communication, innovation, information literacy, and compassion in healing health care.

Bringing Out the Global in the Local

Global diversity is a big deal in Lakewood, New Jersey, home to Georgian Court University and thousands of families connected by their Mexican-American or Orthodox Jewish heritage.

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