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Georgian Court welcomes students for Fall 2020 classes–read highlights of our plans and download the app, which must be completed daily before coming to campus. Always check GCU e-mails and https://georgian.edu/health-services/coronavirus/ for the most up-to-date information.

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Words Matter—The Value of Learning a Second Language

Dr. Anita Perez Ferguson explored the value of learning a second language during her recent lecture series at Georgian Court University—a week of talks examining diversity, demographics and shifting politics in America.

Georgian Court Awarded $2.5 Million Grant for Students With Intellectual Disabilities Program

Students with intellectual disabilities can go to college. Georgian Court University’s new Pathways to Possibility program is being developed to help them get there, beginning in the fall of 2021.

CIC Fellow Explores Demographics, Diversity, and Drivers of Political Change

Anita Perez Ferguson, Ph.D., recently addressed “Demographic Diversity Driving Political and Cultural Change” during a series of virtual lectures at Georgian Court University. Her keynote talk explored important topics such as global perspectives on politics, local emphases on politics, and the demographics that drive our elections.

GCU Hosts Fall 2020 Commencement in the Face of COVID-19

More than 600 people attended GCU’s 2020 Commencement, joining in three ceremonies to celebrate nearly 200 in-person graduates.

Convocation 2020: Welcoming Students Live and Virtually

Georgian Court University’s 2020 Convocation Ceremony certainly looked different this year. The event—held outside and social distanced with participants wearing masks—formally opened the academic year.

Georgian Court University Launches Accelerated Nursing Degree (A.B.S.N.)

Georgian Court University’s new Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing (A.B.S.N.) degree will launch this year, giving aspiring registered nurses a faster way to earn their degree and get to work.

Georgian Court Awarded New TRIO–Student Support Services (TRIO–SSS) Grant

The U.S. Department of Education has awarded Georgian Court a new TRIO–Student Support Services grant for more than $1.69 million over the next five years to help first generation, low-income, and students with disabilities succeed in college and graduate. GCU has been a TRIO–SSS institution for 40 years.

Fall 2020: Community Update from President Marbach

Georgian Court will begin the fall semester with mostly online classes as part of its reopening plan, which includes hybrid/HyFlex courses.

Georgian Court Students Remember Soldier Vanessa Guillen

Nursing major Yasmin Amaro-Garcia and other members of Jóvenes Con Voces led a vigil for slain U.S. Army Specialist Vanessa Guillén in Lakewood, just a few blocks from the Georgian Court campus.

Learning About Remote Learning

The shift to remote learning went relatively smoothly for Georgian Court University students and faculty, according to a spring survey. Now their feedback will help GCU better implement remote learning for Fall 2020 and into the future.

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