Anna Ashcraft Ensor Learning Resource Center (LRC)
The Georgetown College Library (LRC) has 137,000 print books and over 59,000 e-books. We subscribe to 471 print journals, and have access to 28,000 full-text journal titles online. We also have over a 3,000 DVDs and 2,700 CDs that are free for you to check out with your G-Card.
The Reference Desk is staffed most hours to help with your research. The LRC has over 50 computers for public access and we also offer free wireless internet access. Students may renew books and view due dates through their online account.
Check http://library.georgetowncollege.edu for more information.
Art Galleries and Collections
The Georgetown College campus is a place where students are offered opportunities to engage first hand with works of art from ancient civilizations as well as contemporary artistic practice. The Dr. Donald L. and Dorothy Jacobs Collection at Georgetown College is a permanent gallery of modern and contemporary works of art along with an outstanding collection of artifacts from five continents. The Anne Wright Wilson Fine Arts Gallery and the Cochenour Gallery at Georgetown College offer temporary exhibitions year round featuring the work of international, national and regional artists. The Outdoor Sculpture Collection exemplifies quality sculpture, beautifies the college campus, exposes students and visitors to artwork that is openly accessible and outside of conventional gallery space, and provides an environment for intellectual growth where students and the community can view and learn about art. Several sculptures are permanent installations, others are temporary.
The Wilson Gallery is located in the Wilson Art Building (WAB on campus maps); the Jacobs Collection and Cochenour Gallery are located in the Ensor Learning Resource Center. The Outdoor Sculpture Collection is on view 24/7 across the campus. For more information on any of these fine art opportunities, visit: http://www.georgetowncollege.edu/art/index.htm or contact the Gallery Director/Curator of Collections at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Graves Center for Calling and Career
The mission of the Graves Center office is to help students bridge their liberal arts education with their career journey. We offer a comprehensive range of services, including individual career advising and group programs. We assist students in understanding their skills, interests, and values while connecting this knowledge with various career options, career exploration, and on-campus recruiting.
Our online tools are available to help you begin your job and internship search, to allow you to take assessments to discover your profile towards fulfilling a meaningful vocation, and to provide information on the world of work. You are encouraged to call the Center and make an appointment with a career advisor to begin the process of clarifying your unique path, the career you want for yourself!
- Individual career coaching
- Career interest inventories: Campbell Interest and Skill Survey, Myers-Briggs, etc.
- Career Alumni Network that provides shadowing and informational interview opportunities
- Internship preparation and assistance
- Specialized workshops and presentations for classes, residence halls or student groups on topics such as RĂ©sumĂ© Writing, Interviewing Techniques, Getting Into Graduate School, Securing an Internship, Successful Networking, Creative Job Search Strategies, Basic Business Etiquette, Dressing for Success, Making the Most of a Career Fair, and Backpack to Briefcase: Everything Graduating Seniors Need to Know. Other topics of interest can be prepared on request.
The Center for Calling and Career offers the following programs and events:
Spotlight on Employment, a career fair for all of the private colleges and universities in Kentucky, held in February. Students and alumni are invited to network with employers from the region for career positions as well as internships.
START (Senior Trek and Real-world Transitions) presented in partnership with the Office of Student Activities. START provides Seniors with a forum to discuss relevant issues for life after graduation such as negotiating salary and benefits, understanding insurance and investing, relocation, leases and roommates, living on a budget, changes in relationships, success on the job in the first year, and all aspects of the job search. Alumni as well as members of the community are invited guest speakers to share their expertise in various areas. Traditionally presented in a small group format, Seniors learn from and support each other during the important time of transition associated with graduation.
Students may cash personal checks at the Business Office during the regular business hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:45 p.m., Monday through Friday. The Business Office is closed for lunch from Noon to 1:00 PM. The students must present their G-Card. There is a $50 limit on checks for cash and a penalty is assessed for any returned checks.
The hours of Campus Mail are Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Stamps and envelopes are sold and packages may be mailed from Campus Mail. Insured mail and certified, certified return receipt, delivery confirmation, overnight mail and ground service are provided. A fax machine is also available.
Students may use their G-Card to pay for any of the services offered by Campus Mail including the purchase of U.S. postage stamps. Visit the Campus Mail website for details of services offered.
Today our students are more time-crunched than ever before. We know the hectic and often stressful schedules our students are faced with each day â€“ racing to and from class or en route to a meeting or workout. In order to meet the needs of our busy students, Georgetown College Dining Services offer a variety of dining locations and options. Look us up on the web.
Campus Dining Room (CafĂ©)
The CafĂ© located on the Main level of the Cralle Student Center and is the primary dining area on campus providing many dining options. It offers six distinct dining styles including a deli, grill and pizza station, traditional entrees, and our International and Italian bars. The CafĂ© also offers a spectacular salad bar and many great fresh baked desserts.. In addition to the use of a campus meal plan, meals may be purchased by cash, G-card, or Tiger Dollars. The campus dining room is open for up to 19 meals per week.
The Grille is located on the lower level of the Cralle Student Center and provides the students a change of pace from eating in the Cafe. The Grille offers a variety of made to order contemporary fast service meals. From grilled chicken Caesar salad to a good old fashioned cheeseburger, you can find it in the Grille. The Grille accepts cash, as well as G-Card and Tiger Dollars. The Grille also offers a cash equivalency option. If a student missed eating lunch or dinner in the cafeteria, the student is given a credit toward a meal in the Grille. Please see dining services for more specific information regarding the use of cash equivalency.
The Mulberry CafĂ© is located on the main level of the Anna Ashcraft Ensor Learning Resource Center. The Mulberry CafĂ© proudly brews Starbucks coffee in addition to a variety of salads, sandwiches, and daily luncheon specials. The Mulberry CafĂ© accepts cash, credit cards, G-card, and Tiger Dollars. The Mulberry CafĂ© also offers cash equivalency from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. Monday through Friday.
The C-Store is located on the lower level of the Cralle Student Center. The C-Store stocks snacks, soft drinks, health and beauty products, and numerous other goods, services and items of personal need. Items may be purchased with cash, check, credit card, or G-card. In addition, Tiger Dollars may be used by presenting your G-Card. The C-Store is open Monday through Thursday 7:45 a.m. â€“ 7:00 p.m. and Friday 7:45 a.m. â€“ 4:00 p.m. Hours are subject to change.
Laundry areas are located in every Residence Hall on Campus including East Campus. The laundry equipment is owned by American Sales, Inc. (ASI-Maytag) who is, therefore, responsible for service and maintenance. This equipment is coin operated plus G-Card accessible in all resident halls with occupancy capacity of 45 or more. Each area should be maintained in a clean, uncluttered manner for both safety and common courtesy reasons. Any questions or problems with this equipment or area should be directed to the Auxiliary Services Coordinator, Paula Faught, at 8351.
Publication/Duplication (PUB DUP) Center
Pub Dup is located on the bottom floor of the Cralle Student Center just down the hallway from campus Mail. Pub Dup offers color and black and white copy services, laminating, binding and a full range of mail center services including envelope printing. In addition, this center is responsible for oversight of for the â€śPay For Printâ€ť management system installed throughout campus. Paper waste reduction has been accomplished through the installation of this print management system. Any questions concerning these services may be directed either to Dustin Brown at 8137 or Kay Blevins, Associate Vice President for Auxiliary Services at 8139.
This retail shop is located at Toyota Stadium. Hours will vary depending on scheduled athletic events. For information concerning shop hours and inventory please contact Dustin Brown at 8137.
The Store is located on the ground floor of the Cralle Student Center and serves the entire College community. In addition to providing textbooks and course materials, The Store stocks general reading books, spirit-related items, clothing, and office supplies. Students now have the option of visiting The Storeâ€™s website at http://thestore.georgetowncollege.edu to review textbook requirements prior to visiting The Store to purchase their textbooks. Items may be purchased with cash, check, Visa/MasterCard, American Express, Discover or G-card. Normal hours are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday and Saturdays from 10:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. The Store is open additional hours to accommodate special event participants. For more information concerning The Store, please contact 8134.
Vending (Drink & Snack)
G-Card and coin operated drink machines are located inside the common areas of all resident halls plus various high traffic areas of campus. The snack machines are located in areas which warranted placement due to sales history. Both the snack and drink equipment is owned, maintained and serviced by off campus vendors. Any questions or problems related to this equipment should be directed to the Auxiliary Services Coordinator, Paula Faught, at 8351.
Georgetown College provides several board plans for its residential population and meal options for commuters. Any exceptions to participation are made only with the approval of the Director of Housing as noted below. Students participating in the board plan in effect enter into a contract with the College to provide meals. Since the initial cost of the board plan has been discounted to accommodate traditional patterns of absenteeism by the student body, no further discounts are available for meals missed. It is important to remember that the College incurs substantial overhead expenses in the process of being ready to provide meals for all students, whether or not they actually eat the meals. Certain special diets will be prepared under the orders of a physician at no extra charge.
All students seeking exceptions to the Collegeâ€™s board requirements must complete a waiver request form available from the Associate Dean of Students before exceptions will be permitted. Contact the Student Life Office at 8004 with specific questions regarding the waiver process. Students in the following circumstance may, however, submit a request for a waiver of this requirement to the Associate Dean of Students:
- Students whose off-campus classes and/or work prevents attendance at two of three meals each day of the board plan.
- Other appropriate reasons as determined by the Vice President for Student Life.
Facilities Management consists of three divisions: Building Maintenance, Building Services, and Grounds. It includes rental property and oversees the use of campus facilities by off-campus groups. In the Building Maintenance division these are included: general carpentry, locks and keys, electrical, plumbing, painting, energy management, utilities, and vehicles. Included in the Building Services division is the following: routine housekeeping, special event set-ups, and office moves. Finally the Grounds division deals with the following: routine lawn maintenance, landscaping, snow removal, campus litter removal, and garbage pickup. The Facilities Management office is located on the top floor of the Cralle Student Center. Office hours are Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. â€“ 5:00 p.m., for maintenance and work orders call 8179 or 8639. Emergency Service is available on weekends and holidays and from 5:00 p.m. â€“ 8:00 a.m. at extension 8111. If you need to set up a special event in the Hall of Fame Room, Gheens Room, or Hill Chapel, please contact Charlene Lucas at extension 8004. Classroom reservations should be made through Chris Verch, extension 7927. Please contact the Facilities Management office at least seven days prior to any event.
The Director of the Diversity Office is located in the lower level of the Cralle Student Center, next to The Store. This office is responsible for advising student organizations, advising programming, and assisting with the needs of underrepresented groups.
Office of Public Relations/News Bureau
The News Bureau and Office of Public Relations is part of the Office of Communications and Marketing and is located on the first floor of Giddings Hall. It provides information to both on- and off-campus audiences, including news media, alumni, and friends of the college.
The office publishes Insights, the Collegeâ€™s magazine for alumni, and provides information to print and electronic media about faculty, staff and students as well as campus events. Suggestions and story ideas are welcomed and encouraged. Requests for assistance in publicizing events should be made at least two, preferably three, weeks in advance for best results.
Office hours are 8 a.m. â€“ 5 p.m. weekdays or by appointment.
Office of Communications & Marketing
The Office of Communications and Marketing, a division of Institutional Advancement, is located on the first floor of Giddings Hall. It includes the news bureau, public relations, and creative services. All forms of advertising and marketing for the College, including broadcast, print publications and the College Web Site, are coordinated by this office. The director has oversight for the use of official Georgetown College logos and branding, and must approve placement, size, colors and any other specific details prior to use in any and all publications representing the College, particularly those distributed off campus.
Student organizations are welcome to develop Web pages for their respective groups; however, the design must conform to style guidelines established by the Collegeâ€™s marketing office. For more information and/or assistance with the development of Web pages, e-mail email@example.com or phone 8342.
Office hours are 8 a.m. â€“ 5 p.m. weekdays or by appointment.
Student ID Card – The G-Card
The student identification card, referred to as the G-Card, provides electronic access to a prepaid account for purchases at The Store, Campus Mail, Printing and Duplicating, all food locations, vending machines, copiers, and most laundry machines. The card is required for access to the dining hall, identification at the library, and must be presented for free admission to all varsity athletic events. The G-Card can also be used at a number of off campus locations. For a complete listing of these locations, please go to the G-Card website.
The G-Card is made at the Business Office located in Highbaugh Hall. Please contact the Business Office at 7022 should you lose or break your G-Card. Students should surrender their G-Card when withdrawing from the College or transferring to another school.
The G-Card is required for free admission to all varsity athletic events.