National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS.org) members will find exemplary honors programs available at Georgetown College. There is one traditional Honors Program, with honors classes, honors reading groups, honors events and trips, a senior honors thesis, and optional honors housing and Georgetown has two unique and innovative Honors Programs within this broader framework: Oxford […]
Designer Jeremy Reiss, Class of 1998, has utilized his amazing design talent to create his latest piece of unique artwork.
Created in collaboration with tennis enthusiast Todd Earwood who has a love for and knowledge of the game, the limited run framable prints utilize entertaining illustrations and typography to describe the colorful terms of the […]
“Have faith, the best is yet to come if you have the courage to see it through.” Those were encouraging words from Kevin Hub, Ph.D., as he spoke to graduates at Georgetown College’s winter commencement. The ceremony for December graduates was held Friday evening in John L. Hill Chapel.
Commencement is a milestone, one of […]
A nephew of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. will speak on Monday, Jan. 16 for the Scott County and City of Georgetown holiday observance of the slain civil rights leader’s birthday. The 2017 theme is “Forward to Justice.”
The Rev. Dr. Derek King, Sr. who holds an honorary Doctorate of Divinity from Georgetown College will […]
Georgetown College women’s soccer continues to write history. In a decade, the Tigers have not had an athlete named to an All-Region team. The 2016 team has two second-team All-South Region National Soccer Coaches Association of America honorees.
Juniors Zoe Stovik and Lindsey Dunn joined eight other players to be on this team and only […]