Georgia Gwinnett College will hold three in-person commencement ceremonies for spring and summer 2021 graduates in accordance to the public health guidelines. The ceremonies are also open to spring, summer and fall 2020 graduates.
Georgia Gwinnett College’s Office of Student Involvement and Student Center (SISC) hosted the 2021 ROAR Awards show on April 30th honoring Registered Students Organizations with awards and student performances. Organizers made pandemic appropriate adjustments to hold the event in person this year.
The office of Wellness Programming at GGC coordinated a free HIV testing event with the Gwinnett, Newton, Rockdale (GNR) County Health Departments on campus Friday, April 16th. It’s the first time GGC held an HIV testing event this year, with the last one being over a year ago before the
In a conversation with GGC’s The Globe, Gwinnett County Sheriff Keybo Taylor sat down to discuss his goals for the department’s approach to improve its relations and trust with Gwinnett’s diverse communities, condemned the GOP backed legislation on GA election laws, and addressed the Atlanta spa shootings, saying it constituted
A Curriculum Expansion Task Force formed at Georgia Gwinnett College is currently exploring the addition of graduate programs in the School of Business and other departments in an effort to bolster and support the educational objectives of GGC undergrads. Courses are expected to be offered as early as Fall of
Georgia Gwinnett College’s Art Committee is organizing a Spring Chalk Art Festival at the end of April for students to create artwork at their homes and send in pictures to be posted on the Art Club’s Instagram page to encourage self-expression and community participation.
In Johns Creek, a Northview High School club, Northview FEM, partnered with Women’s March to host an annual local march last October for women’s rights in direct response to the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg.