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Saturday’s Tigers vs. Eagles NAIA Game of the Week Kicks Off SIDS Awareness Month

GEORGETOWN, Ky. – Georgetown College and Faulkner University play a highly touted game of football this weekend – being selected as the NAIA Game of the Week. Both teams come in ranked in the Top 10 of the most recent NAIA Coaches’ Poll.

While the No. 6 Tigers (3-0) and No. 4 Eagles (5-0) will […]

By |October 1st, 2014|Featured, News|Comments Off

GC Scores Well in Real World Outcomes for Graduates

SAN DIEGO, Ca. – Georgetown College ranks in the top one-third of schools (out of 1,224) in the just-announced, outcome-based, 2015 Educate to Career (ETC) College Rankings Index.

“The crisis in higher education is not one of education,” states Michael R. Havis, president and founder of ETC.

“The crisis is one of failed outcomes, in which […]

By |September 29th, 2014|News|Comments Off

President Greene’s Joy of Reading Shared with Elementary Students at After-School Program

GEORGETOWN, Ky. – “Carolyn and I have experienced the joy of reading for most of our lives,” said Georgetown College President M. Dwaine Greene as he prepared Wednesday afternoon, Sept.  24, to read to students at Southern Elementary in Georgetown.

Dr. Greene, referring to Mrs. Greene, was there to participate in Reading Camp, a pilot […]

By |September 25th, 2014|eNewsletter, Featured, News|Comments Off

Positive Trend in First-Time and Transfer Student Enrollment, College Officials Optimistic

GEORGETOWN, Ky. – With 314 first-time freshmen and transfer students, the largest number in three years, and a total of 1,262 students in undergraduate and graduate programs for fall, Georgetown College officials are optimistic that enrollment is trending positively and in keeping with the overall strategic renewal plan announced early in 2014 by President […]

By |September 23rd, 2014|eNewsletter, Featured, News|Comments Off

Office for Diversity and Inclusion Meets Unique Needs of Students

GEORGETOWN, Ky. – Georgetown College’s long-standing tradition of serving and supporting students of all backgrounds has been enhanced with the establishment of the Office for Diversity and Inclusion.

As the college’s student population becomes increasingly diverse, the goal is to help all students to learn from one another, to discover their commonalities and to grow from their […]

By |September 18th, 2014|eNewsletter, Featured, News|Comments Off