GMC Closes to Students, Faculty and Staff to Work From Home
Georgia Military College Closes to Students,
Faculty and Staff Work From Home Beginning Wednesday
Following Governor Brian Kemp’s mandate to close all public schools, Georgia Military College and its 14 campuses, GMC Corps of Cadets, and GMC Prep School have closed all campuses to students. Faculty and staff will begin working from home on Wednesday, March 18, 2020 through March 31, 2020.
This week GMC-Milledgeville students transitioned to online learning, and the rest of the campuses will follow suit on Wednesday, March 18, 2020 and will do so until March 31, 2020. During this time we will reassess the situation and will determine how to proceed with operations at GMC.
We continue to support our students to the best of our ability, and to ensure their success. We are implementing social distancing to minimize the overall presence of Coronavirus on all GMC campuses. All faculty and staff will be available to students remotely during this time.
For information on GMC’s protocols for Coronavirus, visit https://www.gmc.edu/coronavirus-information/ for the latest information. This link is updated daily.
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