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Georgian Court University is monitoring COVID-19 case trends. Currently, Spring 2022 semester classes begin on January 18 in scheduled formats. Vaccines are mandatory, and boosters are highly recommended for all students. Effective and properly worn face masks are required indoors. It is recommended that N95/KN95 or three-ply surgical masks be used. Please see the updated Spring 2022 Policy for Students for more details.

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GCU & Girls in Science and Technology

This summer, 29 middle school and high school students from Lakewood came to the GCU campus to participate in the GIST program, taught by GCU faculty.

Mercy Collegiate Society: Tackling Tough Issues on Capitol Hill

Georgian Court University students advocated for improved environmental policies and practices during a three-day stay in Washington, D.C., this summer. Georgian Court, which has a strong commitment to sustainability, sent seven students to meet with environmental advocates from the Sisters of Mercy—GCU's sponsoring organization—and to talk with legislators and their aides about the EPA's Clean Power Plan.

Critical Concerns Week at Georgian Court Focuses on Mercy, Justice

Since Georgian Court University unwrapped its dynamic Critical Concerns Week in the fall of 2006, the focus annually has been on in depth, scholarly study of one key issue—immigration, the environment, racism, nonviolence, women's education, health, and spirituality—at a time. This year the free series will explore the interconnections of all these concerns through the lens of justice. The events, which run November 6-12, are open to the public.

Georgian Court, Catholic Higher Ed Affirm Pope’s Position on Climate Change

As Pope Francis makes his through Washington, D.C., New York and Philadelphia, he will have the support of 169 Catholic college and university leaders worldwide, including Joseph R. Marbach, Ph.D., president of Georgian Court University.

Georgian Court Among “Best Bang for the Buck” Colleges and Universities

For the second consecutive year, Georgian Court University is ranked as a “Best Bang for the Buck” by editors and researchers at Washington Monthly magazine.

The Same, But Different: GCU Hosts Teachers From Taiwan

Rachel Yu, who is studying to become at teacher, knows that certain activities come with the job, including speaking in front of the class, reviewing assignments, and giving tests. The National Taipei University student learned a few lessons of her own while visiting Georgian Court University and completing a student teaching assignment earlier this year at St. Veronica’s Elementary School in nearby Howell. She was among eight student-teachers whose trip was sponsored by the Taiwan Ministry of Education’s overseas internship program.

GCU Students Join Governor’s Hispanic Fellows Program

Through the Governor’s Hispanic Fellows Program, Georgian Court University students Sabrina Cruz and Bianchi Valdez worked as interns for New Jersey’s state government this summer. This primary purpose of the program is to develop leadership skills of participating students.

Not Just a Number: MTA Intern Miriam Hunte

Every year, Metro-North Railroad holds its summer internship program, giving students an insider’s look at the largest transportation network on the content. This summer, one of the 60 students participating was Miriam Hunte, a Georgian Court University accounting student.

Summer Science Research with GCU Faculty

For the past three years, Kendal Park, N.J.-based Liquid Light Chemicals has funded the work of a student-faculty research team led by Dr. Prasad Lakkaraju, a GCU professor of chemistry.

‘Supper’ by GCU’s Silvana Cardell Moves, Motivates

In some ways, Silvana Cardell’s story of coming to America would seem to be much simpler than that of some immigrants. Her journey to citizenship wasn’t the type of odyssey one hears so much about these days of fleeing political or religious persecution. Ms. Cardell, who heads Georgian Court University’s dance program, came to this country to pursue opportunities as an artist. She’s been a U.S. citizen since 2013.

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