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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

Alumnus Will Carlton named to NAIA 2014 Hall of Fame class

GEORGETOWN, Ky. – National title, Most Valuable Player, Georgetown College Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2008 and Monday (Sept. 15, 2014) the NAIA released the newest member of the 2014 Hall of Fame Class. Those are the accolades that surround Anderson County native Will Carlton, but to talk to him you would never […]

By |September 17th, 2014|eNewsletter, Featured, News|Comments Off

Introducing the Georgetown College Office of Faith and Service

GEORGETOWN, Ky. - Faith and Service is the new name for the Office that coordinates religious life initiatives at Georgetown College.

Dr. Bryan Langlands is the new Director of Faith and Service. He will continue to serve as Campus Minister.

The Office of Faith and Service is under Dean of Students Laura Wyly and Student Life. “The hope […]

By |September 16th, 2014|eNewsletter, Featured, News|Comments Off

News sources: Arrest made in alumna Erica Hagan’s murder

GEORGETOWN, Ky. – The Associated Press and WLEX-TV are reporting that a suspect has been arrested in Chile in the killing of GC alumna Erica Hagan ’14 in the South American country.

Her body was found in the bathroom of her apartment in the city of Temuco on Sept. 6. She had been in Temuco […]

By |September 13th, 2014|Featured, News|Comments Off

Season opener a huge win at home for Tigers

GEORGETOWN, Ky. – If there were any concerns about the offensive line for Georgetown College, Saturday’s 63-7 win over Bethel University should have helped to ease some minds. The No. 12 Tigers (1-0) had no trouble moving the ball against the Wildcats.

GC rolled up 492 yards on 73 plays and had the game well […]

By |September 13th, 2014|eNewsletter, Featured, News|Comments Off