GMC Campuses are Open
GMC Campuses are Open!
Georgia Military College is open! In August, GMC students returned to in-seat instruction to begin the 2020-2021 academic year at the institutions 14 college campuses. All GMC students have the option to take classes fully online by enrolling with Georgia Military Global Online College, or through a hybrid of in-seat classes and online, but GMC’s physical campuses are open for business.
Prior to GMC faculty, staff, and students returning to campus, a number of policies and protocols were implemented to maintain the safety of all during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. To date, GMC has committed approximately $400,000 on equipment and supplies to reduce exposure on GMC campuses and mitigate the possible spread of the virus. By implementing and following GMC’s Five Step Program: Providing a Safe and Healthy School Environment, the beginning of the academic year has been a success so far across all GMC campuses.
GMC is open for enrolling, advising, registering, and in-seat learning. No appointments are necessary, just come on in for a visit! For more information about each of GMC’s campuses, or to speak with someone onsite, please reach out to GMC’s Regional Directors below.
Metro-Atlanta Region: Fairburn, Fayetteville, Stone Mountain, and Zebulon campuses
• Rock Donahue, Executive Director
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Lake Country Region: Madison and Milledgeville campuses
• Nelson Kraft, Executive Director
o firstname.lastname@example.org, 478-387-4868
Eastern Region: Augusta and Sandersville campuses
• Shana Reid, Executive Director
o email@example.com, 706-955-2819
Western Region: Columbus campus
• David Coburn, Executive Director
o firstname.lastname@example.org, 706-478-3150
Central Region: Dublin, Eastman, and Warner Robins campuses
• Ted Ramsdell, Executive Director
o email@example.com, 478-225-0223
Southern Region: Albany and Valdosta campuses
• Billie Washburn, Executive Director
o firstname.lastname@example.org, 229-375-5655
During the COVID-19 pandemic, GMC faculty and staff are committed to the success of our students, while taking every reasonable measure to maintain a safe and healthy environment. Health and safety are always uppermost at GMC; the current pandemic re-doubles GMC’s efforts to ensure the health and safety of everyone on GMC campuses. For up-to-date information on GMC’s protocols for Coronavirus, visit https://www.gmc.edu/coronavirus-information.
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