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Homecoming 2014 at EGSC

A very special Homecoming 2014 has been planned for students, alumni, faculty, staff and their families at East Georgia State College.


Miss EGSC Scholarship Pageant

The Miss EGSC Scholarship Pageant will be held Saturday, February 1,at 7:00 PM in the Luck F. Gambrell Auditorium. Call EGSC Student Life at 478-289-2170 for more information.


Charity Softball Game

Help support cancer research and sign up to play in the Students vs. Staff/Faculty Charity Softball Game on Oct. 29.


Instagram Photo Contest

April 13-19 is National Library Week. Celebrate with us from April 1 - 30 and enter for a chance to win a number of prizes.


Congratulations to all our new East Georgia State College “Royalty.”

L-R – Anna Hodges, Harley Strickland, Aimee DeWitt.

The Miss East Georgia State College Scholarship Pageant is a preliminary to the Miss Georgia pageant, a part of the Miss America Organization providing over $45 million annually in cash and scholarship assistance.  Our new Miss EGSC is Harley Strickland from Claxton.  She is majoring in Broadcast Journalism and is a student on our campus in Statesboro.


Faculty Making A Difference

President Boehmer, Cornelius Washington of the NFL Chicago Bears and Amelia Simmons, Instructor of English


EGSC Celebrates 40 Years

September 26-28 promises to be three days of fun and celebration as East Georgia State College celebrates 40 years of academic excellence


WOW - What a ride!!

Bobcat Fans from Hutch

Bobcats suffer 3rd round loss to undefeated Spartanburg Methodist College Pioneers but end the season with a resounding “JOB WELL DONE”


EGSC ALUMNUS WINS MUHAMMAD ALI WRITING AWARD FOR ETHICS

Evin Hughes is a native of Swainsboro, Georgia and currently resides in Statesboro, while attending Georgia Southern University. He is majoring in Writing and Linguistics and Information Technology. A member of Georgia Southern’s Arabic Club and Amnesty International, Mr. Hughes has also published poetry in a local literary magazine called the Wiregrass.


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