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Duckworth St. (Barrie) closing at night Feb. 9 to 12

Published on Thursday, Feb. 04, 2016

Road closedDuckworth St. in Barrie will be closed in both directions at the Highway 400 bridge for three consecutive nights next week. No traffic will be permitted under the existing bridge and in the vicinity of the new bridge under construction; however, access to highway ramps will remain open. Continue reading

Four Georgian degrees are now honours programs

Published on Thursday, Feb. 04, 2016

University Partnership CentreFour Georgian degrees will be designated as “honours”, following a decision by the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities.

Two of the degrees are new programs being offered beginning in fall 2016 – the Honours Bachelor of Business Administration (Management and Leadership); and the Honours Bachelor of Interior Design. Also now reclassified are two existing and popular programs, the Honours Bachelor of Business Administration (Automotive Management); the Honours Bachelor of Business Administration (Golf Management). All are offered through the University Partnership Centre at Georgian. Continue reading

REDress Project comes to Orillia Campus Feb. 11

Published on Friday, Jan. 29, 2016

REDress Project
The REDress Project is a compelling starting point for opening discussions around race, class and gender violence in local communities and beyond.

The REDress Project, the renowned art installation that raises awareness and sparks action into the issue of 1,200 missing and murdered Aboriginal women, comes to the Orillia Campus of Georgian College on Thursday, Feb. 11 along with its creator, Winnipeg artist Jaimie Black. Continue reading

Student wins $1,500 toward tuition for completing GPS survey

Published on Monday, Jan. 18, 2016

A woman stands with a young man in a hat holding a poster announcing that Jack Miller has won $1,500 towards tuition at Georgian.
Catherine Drea, Georgian’s Vice President, Student Engagement and University Partnerships, presents student Jack Miller with his tuition prize.

Jack Miller, a General Arts and Science student at the Barrie Campus, was recently awarded a $1,500 tuition prize. Miller filled out a Georgian Profile Survey (GPS) for first-semester students during the fall and was entered into the draw to win. Continue reading

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