We are delighted to welcome you back to GMC!
Students are now allowed to study on campus!
Please continue to social distance, wear a mask and practice Covid-19 etiquette.
We have added ionizers to each of our buildings, which constantly clean the air, removing 84.2% of the COVID-19 virus in 10 minutes, 92.6% percent of the COVID-19 virus in 15 minutes and removing 99.4% of the COVID-19 virus in 30 minutes. Our cleaning crew is cleaning everything and cleaning it again…and again…and again. This is a “new normal” and we are adapting with the times. As a result, a lot has changed.
There are new procedures that you need to be aware of and follow to best protect yourselves, each other and all of us too! (Please see below and the attachments above for more information.) In an effort to provide the most high-quality and safest instructional environment for each of you, as well as our faculty and staff, our Institution has implemented the following procedures:
For Entry to the Building:
Students will have their temperatures scanned by walking through a temperature scanning device. Each student should walk through individually and hold their wrist up (3-5”) away from the sensor on the right side panel. There is a hand sanitizing dispenser at each entrance that should also be used each time you enter the building.
**An alarm will sound if your temperature is 100.4 or higher. You may be rechecked. You will not be allowed to attend class, with a temperature of 100.4 or higher.** It will be counted as an excused absence and you will be able to make up work.
Please, don’t come to campus when you are sick! If you have a fever or symptoms, we encourage you to stay home.
It is a requirement for ALL students, faculty, staff and administration of GMC to have a mask/face covering with them at all times. For your safety and the safety of your fellow students, faculty, staff and administration, it is expected that you will practice COVID-19 etiquette, including wearing a mask/face covering. GMC is a character-based institution and out of kindness and a care for others, please wear a mask/face covering at all times. If you so desire, you may also wear gloves.
GMC asks that students, faculty and staff maintain at least 6 feet distance from one another whenever possible. When this is not possible, we encourage the proper wearing of a mask/face covering.
It is highly recommended that students bring hand sanitizer and disinfecting wipes with them to campus and to classes. GMC encourages students to wipe down their seat before sitting down to begin their class and before exiting the classroom when class is dismissed.
COVID-etiquette: (in addition to the above …please see attachments also)
- Please practice contactless greetings and respect each other’s personal space
- Avoid using other people’s phones, personal items, and spaces
- Please use stairs (mobility impaired students may use the elevator)…an elevator can be used, but it is recommended that only 2 persons are in it at one time
Click here for Covid Procedures as of 8 July
In 1969, Georgia Military College Augusta became the first distance location campus for Georgia Military College. The classes were initially held at Fort Gordon exclusively, but in the 1990’s the campus moved to a central and convenient Augusta location. A variety of classes are still held at the Education Center on base and at our Davis Road location. Students are able to work towards Associate’s and Bachelor’s degrees.
The Davis Road location is easily accessible for anyone in the Central Savannah River Area (CSRA). The convenient location, just a mile from I-20 and I-520, as well as being on the city bus route means that transportation and commutes should not be an issue for students.
This campus accommodates busy schedules by offering a wide variety of flexible class scheduling options. Students can choose to take day, night, weekend, or fully online classes. Augusta students that take fully online classes still have access to our many useful campus resources. Students may arrange to take a mixture of classes at either of our campuses each quarter. Fall 1, Fall, Winter, and Spring terms are offered on an eight week schedule, while Summer classes meet for seven weeks.
At the Davis Road location, students will find faculty and staff offices, classrooms, the Student Resource Center, a tutoring center, a student lounge and much more. To offer students the most adaptable and interactive learning environment possible, this location is a “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) campus. This means that every student should have their own laptop or other acceptable internet ready device with them while they are on campus. This contributes to the learning environment on campus as well as preparation for subsequent university education. To allow for proper utilization, the campus has a wireless mesh network that expands throughout the whole campus ensuring that internet connectivity is not an issue.
|Augusta||115 Davis Road, Martinez, GA, 30907||(706) 993 - 1123|
|Fort Gordon||271 Heritage Park Lane, Bldg 35200||(706)993 - 1112|
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