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Georgian Court University Named One of Best Colleges in America by Money

Money, a leading financial news and personal finance site, has recognized Georgian Court University as one of America’s Best Colleges.

Georgian Court Named 2023 NJBIZ Empowering Women Honoree

In recognition of Georgian Court’s commitment to recruiting, hiring, and promoting women, the university has been named a 2023 Empowering Women Honoree by NJBIZ.

Georgian Court Names Spring 2023 President’s List

Georgian Court Names Spring 2023 President’s List

Georgian Court Names Spring 2023 Dean’s List

Georgian Court Names Spring 2023 Dean’s List

Georgian Court’s 112th Annual Commencement

Bright sunshine, broad smiles, and endless joy filled the campus on May 17 as Georgian Court University welcomed nearly 3,000 graduates, families, alumni, and special guests to celebrate the 112th Annual Commencement Ceremony.

Georgian Court Graduation Ceremonies to be Held on Wednesday, May 17

Georgian Court University will celebrate the 112th Annual Commencement Ceremony marking the graduation of the Class of 2023* on Wednesday, May 17 on the athletic fields outside of the Wellness Center on the university’s Lakewood campus.

Precious Adediran ’23: Shooting Beyond the Court at Georgian Court

Born and raised in London, U.K, Precious moved to the United States by herself at just 19 years old to attend college. “A combined passion for basketball and communication led me to America,” she explains.

Kim Rego ’23: It’s never going to be easy, but it is always going to be worth it

Kimberly Rego of Spotswood, NJ., a sixth-grade Language Arts teacher, had been thinking about going to graduate school, but wasn’t sure where to start. Then, she received an email from her school about GCU graduate classes for educators. “I didn’t know where to go, but when this came up, I said to myself, you know what, I am going to do it!”

Judith Hopkins ’23: Non-Traditional Path Lands Her Among the Stars

When Judith Hopkins of Allenhurst, NJ had to leave school due to chronic illness, she wasn’t sure she would ever be able to continue her education. Two decades later, she has completed her undergraduate degree, and her unexpected path has led her to a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

Ariana Zanecchia ’23: Champion of the Arts

“Art and education are perhaps my two greatest passions in life,” said Ariana Zanecchia of Point Pleasant, N.J. Ariana is graduating from GCU with a Master of Art in Teaching (MAT) and a Teacher of Students with Disabilities (TOSD) endorsement. She will be certified to teach art to students K-12.

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