Area alumni of Georgetown College are invited to a reception hosted by the College on Monday, November 24, 2008, at Mariah’s Restaurant, 801 State Street in Bowling Green, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. President William H. Crouch, Jr. will present his vision and future plans for the College and discuss a number of Georgetown’s recent accomplishments benefiting alumni and undergraduates alike.

The College’s Executive Scholar-in-Residence, former Governor Martha Layne Collins, will speak as well. Organizers encourage Bowling Green and Warren County area alumni to attend in order to renew or establish acquaintances with other Georgetown alumni from throughout the region.

Governor Collins, Dr. Crouch and members of the College’s Admissions staff will also be visiting with students at Greenwood, Warren Central and Bowling Green High Schools during the day Monday, November 24 and at Warren East on Tuesday, November 25. They will share information about Georgetown’s academic programs, including such Programs of Distinction as Global Scholars and Equine Scholars, and opportunities for study abroad at Regent’s Park College of the University of Oxford.

Georgetown is a faith-based, residential, co-educational college defined by academic excellence in the liberal arts that teaches students to think, to lead, and to serve with balance and respect as demonstrated and modeled by Christian character. Historically Baptist affiliated, Georgetown College is nationally ranked by U.S. News and World Report, and was recently ranked among the top ten percent of America’s undergraduate institutions by based on the quality of the education provided and student achievement.