Colleges of Distinction must embrace high-impact practices, which represent the kind of learning that makes a difference for students. For example, students who complete undergraduate research—which is often conducted at Georgian Court—tend to remain enrolled until graduation and achieve higher grades. Similar, meaningful high-impact learning experiences also lead to greater problem-solving and research skills.
There’s no better time than now to choose college—or at least do some serious thinking about life after high school. That’s the advice of Justin G. Roy, dean of admissions at Georgian Court University, offers to high school seniors and juniors looking to choose a college.
Abound: Finish College, a college guidance system for undergraduate degree-seeking adults, recognized Georgian Court University for addressing the issues that matter most to adult learners and degree-completion students: affordable options for attending college, access to professors, campus professionals, support services, and ways to accelerate their path to graduation.
At Georgian Court University, helping local youngsters celebrate the holiday is consistent with the student-athletes’ commitment to teamwork—even beyond campus borders.
Experience digital storytelling through 360° and mobile technologies, photography, and videography of Emilia-Romagna, Italy by Spring Lake artist Gina Marcello, Ph.D., assistant professor of digital communication at Georgian Court University.
When Provost Bill Behre, Ph.D., announced his name as the 2017 recipient of the Virginia Graham ’31 Award for Teaching Excellence, Scott Bennett, Ph.D., admits that he was both gratified and humbled.” “Gratified, because teaching has been my life’s vocation and passion,” he says. “Humbled, because there are so many outstanding teachers at Georgian Court, who are no less deserving.”
Georgian Court University, in partnership with Flemington Center Urban Renewal, LLC, will become the newest higher education institution to serve Hunterdon-area families, employers, and working professionals. Georgian Court will be the sole provider of college-level educational programs at the forthcoming Courthouse Square, a 300,000-square-foot mixed-use property.
Start off the Christmas season with music performed by the Georgian Court University Community Chorale, a diverse group made up of men and women of all ages, at their annual Christmas concert. The concert will take place Saturday, December 2, at 7:00 p.m. in the Dorothy Marron University Community Chapel located on the historic GCU campus in Lakewood, New Jersey.
For several years, Edith and George Gould and their seven children celebrated the holidays in the Great Hall of Georgian Court’s Mansion. This November and December, that tradition will continue with 23 performances of “Mrs. Gould’s 16th Annual Holiday Social,” presented by St. George Living History Productions.
On Tuesday, November 8, at 6:00 p.m., at Georgian Court University, Dorothy Day’s granddaughter Kate Hennessy will discuss her new book, Dorothy Day: The World Will Be Saved by Beauty, providing an intimate portrait of a woman who fought for the poorest of the poor.