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GMC's Dublin campus announces its first graduates

Georgia Military College’s (GMC) Dublin campus will have its first graduating class this spring. Since opening its doors in the fall of 2015, GMC’s Dublin Campus is excited to have 17 graduates. Megan Quinn and Savannah Cullison were the first two graduates to finish their courses at GMC’s Dublin campus in the fall of 2016. GMC-Dublin’s spring graduation will be held on June 10th at the Homer J. Walker Civic Center in Warner Robins, Georgia. The commencement speaker will be State Representative Shaw Blackmon.

“I am very excited about the first graduates of Georgia Military College,” said Priscilla Adams Smith, Director of GMC’s Dublin campus. “These students have worked really hard and I am really proud of them. I wish them continued success in everything they do and hope brighter opportunities will come their way. Congratulations Graduates!”

GMC's Dublin Campus Graduates 2016-2017

Fall 2016

  • Savannah Cullison, Associate of Science (AS) Criminal Justice
  • Megan Quinn, AS General Studies (Currently attending Georgia Southern University)    

Spring 2017

  • Fredrick Brown, AS General Studies
  • Terrica Coney, AS General Studies
  • Pamela Davis, AS Logistics Management
  •  Ashley Dyke, AS General Studies (Plans to attend Central Georgia Technical College) 
  • Vanessa Edwards, Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Criminal Justice (Plans to continue in GMC's Bachelor of Applied Science degree program)
  • Madison Martin, AS Business Administration 
  • Jordan Oliver, AS General Studies (Move On When Ready (MOWR) student from East Laurens High School, Plans to attend University of Georgia) 
  • Madison Powell, AS Criminal Justice (Plans to attend Middle Georgia State University) 
  • Ashley Thompson, AS Business Administration (Plans to attend Georgia Southwestern State University) 
  • Rachel Whittle, AS General Studies 

Summer 2017

 Kitiya Hamilton, AS Pre-Nursing

Carla Horton, AS General Studies

Jonathan Kidney, AS General Studies

Matt Lowery, AS Business Administration

Juan Rodriquez, AS Homeland Security