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Former UK Star One of Two New Men’s Basketball Assistant Coaches

Georgetown College men’s basketball coach Chris Briggs was faced with a task he has not addressed since day one of assuming the position as the Tigers leader. With the announcing of assistant James Jackson as the new GC women’s basketball coach this past spring, Briggs was in search for a full-time assistant.

He did not […]

By |June 13th, 2017|eNewsletter, Featured, News|Comments Off on Former UK Star One of Two New Men’s Basketball Assistant Coaches

Preparation and Advising Workshop No. 2 Set

The second of three summer Preparation and Advising Workshops (PAWS) for the incoming fall 2017 freshman class is scheduled for this Friday, June 16. On that day, new students will have the opportunity to get better acquainted with faculty and staff, register for classes, and handle other matters associated with enrollment. An additional PAWS […]

By |June 12th, 2017|Featured, News|Comments Off on Preparation and Advising Workshop No. 2 Set

Football Tigers 2017 Schedule Includes Two New Opponents

Georgetown College football Tigers have their 2017 schedule with the new divisional alignments fixed in the expanded Mid-South Conference. The Tigers will face two new opponents this coming season.

The No. 25 Tigers will host five games and hit the road for five with an open date still lingering as a potential added game. Georgetown starts […]

By |June 9th, 2017|eNewsletter, Featured, News|Comments Off on Football Tigers 2017 Schedule Includes Two New Opponents

New Programs Combine Real-World Skills With Well-Rounded Liberal Arts

New Georgetown College academic programs provide real-world skills that matter. Healthcare and sports administration majors are key examples. Others are the honors programs in the sciences, the unique and prestigious Oxford Honors Program, and a new computer science minor.

Changes in health care regulations, technological advances, and an aging population have created a booming market […]

By |June 8th, 2017|eNewsletter, Featured, News|Comments Off on New Programs Combine Real-World Skills With Well-Rounded Liberal Arts

Teacher Exemplifies Servant-Leadership in Classroom, Local Community

The caring ways of alumna Angela Isaacs, Class of 1992, were recently celebrated in a nice article in The News-Enterprise (Elizabethtown). Her efforts exemplify the servant-leadership initiative instilled in every student at Georgetown College.

The article recognizes her as a teacher and community and church volunteer. The Indiana native now teaches third grade at G.C.  […]

By |June 6th, 2017|eNewsletter, Featured|Comments Off on Teacher Exemplifies Servant-Leadership in Classroom, Local Community