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Jack Kent Cooke transfer scholarship applications available NOW

Jack Kent Cooke transfer scholarship applications available NOW

UNDERGRADUATE TRANSFER Scholarship

This scholarship for top community/two-year college students seeking to complete their bachelor’s degrees is the largest private scholarship for community college transfer students in the country.

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Total Wellness Series to be held

The Sudie A. Fulford Community Learning Center at East Georgia State College will kick off the annual Total Wellness Series this month.


Positioning for the Future

President Bob Boehmer announces organizational restructuring and senior administrative hiring in several operating units to facilitate EGSC’s growth.


EGSC is Making Returning to College Easier

In conjunction with the State’s “Go Back. Move Ahead.” Initiative, EGSC will be hosting a drop-in Open House on Friday, April 24, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Admissions Office to assist individuals who completed some college, but never finished a degree because of “life” circumstances.


An Even Match - Almost

Swainsboro Bo$$ Cat$ upset Statesboro KillaKatz in first AAMI “Classic” Basketball Game


THE LONG SHOT INVITATIONAL

The Long Shot Invitational is an event celebrating art, music and food in Stillmore, Georgia
March 21, 4 PM
The corner of 4th Street and the Stillmore/Metter Highway in Stillmore, GA.
Organized by Desmal Purcell, Assistant Professor of Art


Diabetes Total Wellness Series

More than 1 million adults and children in Georgia suffer from diabetes.  Join us at the Sudie A. Fulford Community Learning Center at EGSC to learn how to manage diabetes.


Professor Roger Byrd Named to Civic Engagement Post

The Board of Managers of the Association of County Commissioners of Georgia has unanimously named EGSC Professor of Political Science Roger Byrd to the Board of Directors of the Civic Affairs Foundation.


EGSC Nominated for National Award

Professor David Strickland was recently nominated for the leading national award for student success curricular development and program management sponsored by the National Resource Center for the First-Year Experience and Students in Transition located at the University of South Carolina.