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GGC recognized for its diverse student body for sixth straight year

GGC recognized for its diverse student body for sixth straight year

For the sixth year in a row, Georgia Gwinnett College (GGC) has been ranked by U.S. News & World Report magazine as the most ethnically diverse Southern regional college. The ranking was included in the magazine’s 2020 “College Compass” report, issued today.

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Georgia Gwinnett College welcomes President Joseph

This morning, a lively crowd of Georgia Gwinnett College (GGC) students, alumni, faculty, and staff greeted the institution’s new president, Dr. Jann L. Joseph, when she arrived for her first day on the job.

GGC bookstore to host book-signing event for Katie Hart Smith

WHO: Barnes & Noble bookstore, Georgia Gwinnett College

WHAT: Book-signing for local author Katie Hart Smith

WHEN: Wednesday, September 26 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

WHERE: Barnes & Noble Bookstore Building E, room 2122 Georgia Gwinnett College Lawrenceville, GA 30043

Kneeling L-R: Joseph May, Cesar Monreal, Johnny So; Second row L-R: Rick Johnson, Dave Gerber, Coach Roland Ruiz, Jeff Walker, Roberto Matos, Angel Gonzalez; Third row L-R: Tim Landes, Rane Sharp, Alex Fisher, Mike Hecox

Congratulations ALTA Men!

Coach Rolando Ruiz leads the GGC Raiders, playing out of Georgia Gwinnett College, to their third ALTA Atlanta City Championship.

Button Gwinnett Day signage

Healthcare in the 1980’s and Beyond

On April 11, 2018, I had the honor of participating on Georgia Gwinnett College’s School of Health Sciences panel discussion titled, “Healthcare in the 80’s and Beyond,” at the Button Gwinnett Day Celebration. Fellow panelists included Dr. Lloyd Hofer, Medical Director of Gwinnett, Newton, and Rockdale Public Health, Dr. Greg Lang, Executive Director, Good Samaritan Clinic, and Pamela Garland, Chief Nursing Officer, Gwinnett Medical Center.

GGC recognizes 5000th graduate

Lori Buckheister, vice president for Advancement at Georgia Gwinnett College (GGC), presents a special recognition plaque to Micah Seibel, the college’s 5000th alumnus, at a recent social event for GGC alumni. The Lawrenceville resident graduated from GGC in December 2017, earning a bachelor’s degree in political science with a concentration in international relations. For more information about the college, visit