Fifth Regional Science Olympiad Hosted by EGSC
Fifth Regional Science Olympiad Hosted by EGSC
AAMI Students Pass Out Valentine Roses at Swainsboro and Statesboro Nursing Homes
A very special Homecoming 2014 has been planned for students, alumni, faculty, staff and their families at East Georgia State College.
Travis Foreman Presentation to AAMI
Durden and Goodman To Be Honored
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.
East Georgia State College’s Department of Plant Operations
Ellison Spearheads Heifer International Project at EGSC
Shalisa Harswell Awarded John B. Black Scholarship
Simmons to Present at Education Conference
Kittrell-Mikell Awarded Administrator’s Institute Scholarship
EGSC Vision Series Speaker, Roy Blount, Jr.
Tim Earls Featured in GSU Magazine
There are two new options for need based student aid available for Spring, 2014
THE FUNDING IS VERY LIMITED IN AMOUNT SO STUDENTS SHOULD APPLY EARLY
EGSC’s Career Services office expands assistance to students and alumni with the launch of a new software program on January 13.
EGSC’s Bobcat Holiday Classic begins Friday, December 20
Dr. Alan Brasher Named Director of Center for Teaching and Learning
Please join us for Fall Commencement on Saturday, December 14, at 10:00 A.M., in the Physical Education Complex Gymnasium on East Georgia State College’s main campus in Swainsboro.
EGSC’s Brittany Current to serve as director of the Military Resource Center.
Make your reservations now to attend the 16th Annual Georgia Economic Outlook Luncheon on December 17th
In observance of the holidays, EGSC will be closed the week of 12/23/13 - 12/27/13 and on 1/1/14.
Dr. Alan Brasher to Speak at EGSC’s Fall Commencement 2013
EGSC Professor, Dr. Lee Cheek, published a book on a “lost” debate in American politics between President John Quincy Adams and his political supporters, and Vice-President John C. Calhoun.
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.
The Annie Moses Band will be here on Thursday evening, November 14, at 7 p.m. in the Luck Flanders Gambrell Center auditorium. A family of highly acclaimed, Julliard trained musicians that will leave a lasting impression.
President Boehmer, Cornelius Washington of the NFL Chicago Bears and Amelia Simmons, Instructor of English
Olympic Gold Medalist Billy Mills will speak at 11:00am, Thursday, October 17, in the Luck F. Gambrell Auditorium. Attendance is free and open to everyone.
Join us and be inspired! AAMI will host guest speaker, Fredrick Bailey, on Oct. 10 at 11 a.m. in the auditorium.
Help support cancer research and sign up to play in the Students vs. Staff/Faculty Charity Softball Game on Oct. 29.
Calling all aspiring play writers!
EGSC’s Piney Woods Disc Golf Course Selected to be a 2013 National Collegiate Disc Golf Championship Qualifier.
Deadline to Apply: Sept. 5th.
September 26-28 promises to be three days of fun and celebration as East Georgia State College celebrates 40 years of academic excellence
Annual Tour de Pines coming up on October 12th
Area youth having a blast learning fundamental basketball skills with Coach Bailey and Coach Jordan
Lots of fun for baseball youth sharpening their skills with Head Coach Chuck Lusted!
Tuesdays in June area high schools meet for scrimmage match-ups in the EGSC Gymnasium
Columbia County Orchestra to Perform at EGSC, 700pm, Thursday, June 27
New Convenient Payment Option at EGSC
Dr. Edgens Named Director of EGSC Augusta
Congratulations to EGSC Spring Semester 2013 Students on the Dean’s Honor/Merit List
Lady Bobcat’s Basketball sign freshman center to the 2013-2014 roster.
Lady Bobcats fell short during second game of GCAA State Tournament but still came out on top with a winning season despite setbacks.
A Reader’s Theatre Production
Everyone is invited - 8:15pm -EGSC-Statesboro
Lady Bobcats headed to GCAA State Tournament April 25th at Strong Rock Christian School in Locust Grove.
Bobcat Baseball continues to struggle towards the end of the season.
Lady Bobcats vs. Gordon Highlanders at 10:00am TODAY! Click here for a link to the game!
D2L video presented at the Board of Regents April meeting
WJCL interview with Dr. Sebastian Verdis
The Bobcat Baseball team has had a tough season but has made a late season push for the playoffs.
Lady Bobcats are struggling at the plate while the pitching is remaining strong.
Important events scheduled at EGSC for September 2013.
New Members Inducted into Beta Iota Beta Chapter
With a seemingly slow start, the Bobcats are coming around as of late.
All six recent conference games have been on the road with the Lady Bobcats coming out on top.
COME OUT TO EGSC GYM TO WELCOME HOME OUR BOBCATS - 5PM TODAY, MARCH 23
Bobcats suffer 3rd round loss to undefeated Spartanburg Methodist College Pioneers but end the season with a resounding “JOB WELL DONE”
GEORGIA RETIRED EDUCATORS’ ASSOCIATION
ONE $500.00 SCHOLARSHIP
EGSC 79 - Coffeyville CC 47
Watch the game today LIVE!!! If you are on campus, please watch in designated areas, Gambrell Auditorium in Swainsboro and H132 in Statesboro
An exclusive interview with Head Coach Neil Bailey by Will Brown
Bobcats win two and lose two against ABAC Stallions in four game series
A Tournament Recap by Will Brown
Bobcats earn NJCAA Division 1 Men’s Basketball Regional Championship title.
SCAVENGER HUNT INSTAGRAM PHOTOS TO BE FEATURED IN THE GALLERY BEGINNING MARCH 7
EGSC Baseball Team kicks off conference play with a win at home against ABAC
EGSC Lady Bobcats continue strong start on Tuesday
East Georgia State Bobcats Move on to the Region Semi-Finals with an 86-77 Win over Central Georgia Tech
Bobcat Basketball regular season play has come to a close and they will face off against the CGTC Cougars on March 5th at 7:30pm in the GCAA first round playoffs at home.
Pine Tree Breeze Bike Ride to be held April 27.
Lunch and Learn March 2013 - Diabetes
2013 Homecoming King and Queen and Court
Bobcats Win Over Waycross College Continues Momentum
The Bobcats Victory over Gordon College Gives School First Conference Title
Dr, John Derden Speaks at EGSC
Bobcats Remain in First Place In GCAA
HOMECOMING WEEK FESTIVITIES GET UNDER WAY MONDAY FEBRUARY 18
The Lady Bobcats 2-1 Start Has them Expecting Big Things
Bobcats to a Winning Start!
The EGSC Bobcats have been featured in an article by the Statesboro Herald.
Register for the Photo Scavenger Hunt to be held 3/2/13. Open to all students!
Tre Hagood, GCAA Two Time Player of the Week
The library at EGSC is in the spotlight on the Georgia Library Association Website and Blog
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.
Austin Carruth crowned Miss East Georgia State College 2013
Former graduate, David Barron, to show work at the Kalmanson Gallery
Jordan Johnson named NJCAA National Player of the week.
NJCAA RANKINGS LIST BOBCATS 13TH
Charles Martin, author of 8 NY Times Best Sellers, will speak at EGSC on Tuesday, January 29 at 11 AM
Win over Ga. Perimeter sets up the “battle of the unbeaten”
Bobcats to play Chattahoochee Tech Wednesday - women tip off at 5:30, men at 7:30.
Four Players from Cross Creek High sign with EGSC on the same day
“Death By Chocolate” Event to provide EGSC Scholarships
Delta Kappa Gamma Offering Two Scholarships
Haley Chester - shown with Dr. John Black and Mrs. Dorothy Black, accepts her scholarship check as the first John Black SGA Scholar.
15th Annual Rural Economic Outlook Luncheon held January 9th
Fall Commencement Held December 15th
Dean’s Honor/Merit Lists Announced
Humanities “Kicks” Out Hunger
Bobcats defeat Georgia Highlands
Despite strong defensive effort, Lady Bobcats lose to Conference Leader