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Winter Commencement Celebrates, Rewards Achievement

GEORGETOWN, Ky. – Commencement is a milestone—one of life’s landmark occasions. It’s a time when graduates, family members, and friends gather to celebrate past and future.

Amid cheers and applause as their names were called, December Bachelor’s and Master’s graduates received their degrees during Georgetown College’s combined Winter Commencement on Friday evening (December 19, 2014) […]

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The IRA Rollover is Back for a Limited Time

GEORGETOWN, Ky. – Good news for individuals aged 70½ or older who wish to contribute up to $100,00 directly from their IRAs to qualified charities such as Georgetown College.

On Dec. 19, 2014, the president signed the IRA charitable rollover extension into law. The new law made the legislation retroactive to Jan. 1, 2014. It will […]

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College and Community After-School Art Club Enhances Art Education

GEORGETOWN, Ky. – Art Club at Georgetown College gives art education students an opportunity to teach art to local elementary school children. Youngsters learn about art while future educators learn about teaching.

The project began as a collaborative among the college’s Service-Learning Program, Department of Art, and Fine Art Galleries with nearby Garth Elementary School. […]

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

Five Tiger Band Members Selected for KMEA Intercollegiate Band

GEORGETOWN, Ky. – Georgetown College will again be well represented at the Kentucky Music Educators Association (KMEA) annual conference in February.

Five students, Band Scholars, who are members of the Tiger Pep and Symphonic Bands, have been chosen to participate in the KMEA 2015 Kentucky Intercollegiate Band. They are Nicholas Collins, tuba, from Radcliff; Haley […]

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New BJC Fellows Program to Equip Future Leaders for Religious Liberty Advocacy

WASHINGTON, DC – The Baptist Joint Committee will launch the BJC Fellows Program in 2015, offering young professionals the opportunity to deepen their historical, theological and legal understanding of religious liberty and develop skills to advocate for the cause throughout their careers.

Ten Baptist Joint Committee Fellows (“BJC Fellows”) will be selected from diverse educational, professional […]

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