Georgian Court University is the new academic home for the working adult online students from Marygrove College in Michigan, beginning October 2017. The new business and criminal justice programs are one example of how Georgian Court is meeting the needs of adult online students.
On stage and behind the scenes, there is plenty for dancers to learn as Georgian Court University presents three Dance Master Classes this fall.
Georgian Court’s Summer Dance Intensive is led by Erin Bonczek, B.F.A. and Silvana Cardell, M.F.A. Held in GCU’s cutting-edge Wellness Center dance studios July 17-21, students take classes in Pilates, ballet, modern dance, improvisation, repertory and choreography. A public performance wraps up the week of immersive instruction.
Richard Rohr, OFM, globally recognized ecumenical teacher, author, and founder of the Center for Action and Contemplation in Albuquerque, New Mexico, was the speaker for the Georgian Court University Undergraduate Commencement Ceremony on Thursday, May 25, 2017. The undergraduate GCU Class of 2017 became the first fully coeducational class to graduate.
Student and faculty contributors read their poetry and discussed the inspiration for their words and artistry at a release party for the Spring 2017 issue of Fountain Spray, GCU’s student arts and literary magazine.
The vibrancy of the Religious Studies and Theology Department at Georgian Court University emerged clearly at a sunset ceremony in the Dorothy Marron University Chapel. The April 20 event marked a time to celebrate the hard work of students and faculty alike.
From advertising and pop culture to multimedia masterpieces, seniors and recent graduates in the Department of Communication, Graphic Design, and Multimedia at Georgian Court University will exhibit the results of their dedicated creativity in two separate showcases this May.
Georgian Court University recently announced its new guaranteed admissions agreement with Notre Dame High School in Lawrenceville, making it easier for students to get into and afford college. The agreement marks GCU’s latest partnership and offers Notre Dame students a seamless transition from high school to college.
From working their way through adult coloring books to making rigorous workouts part of their daily routines, today’s college students are increasingly creative in the ways they combat stress and embrace healthy behaviors, according to the organizers of “Healthy Campus, Healthy Community,” at Georgian Court University.
Georgian Court University senior Anne Zayatz of Brielle, New Jersey, welcomes all art and nature lovers to view her senior art exhibition at GCU’s M. Christina Geis Art Gallery from Tuesday, May 2, through Wednesday, May 31. There will be an artist’s reception on Wednesday, May 3, from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. in the gallery.