Georgian College unveils new brand

Published on Monday, Aug. 25, 2014

600 Georgian staff members stand in a big group, with the Georgian logo in frontFollowing months of broad consultation and development, Georgian College has unveiled a new brand position and logo.

Focusing on the theme of “accelerate success”, the new brand identity combines a stylized image of a leaf and Georgian’s familiar green and blue colours with a new forward-looking “accelerator” symbol. Continue reading

Dunsmore walkway closed for construction (Barrie Campus)

Published on Tuesday, Aug. 19, 2014

RVH needs to expand and pave a staff parking lot at the rear of the building. To accommodate construction, the walking path that runs from Dunsmore Lane to Gallie Court will be shut for approximately 12 weeks, beginning on Tuesday, Sept. 2.

Signs will be posted at either end of the walkway.

Those who use the walking path may detour along Cheltenham Road (Cheltenham Road is south of Dunsmore, across from Cheltenham Park). This path leads directly to the Barrie Campus, entering near the student residence.

We apologize for the inconvenience; however Ministry of Labour laws dictate that the path must be closed during the construction period.

When re-opened, the Dunsmore pathway will be paved and lit, making it much more accessible and safer.



Lions Club lends roaring support for Opticianry students

Published on Wednesday, Jul. 30, 2014

The Barrie Lions Club and Georgian College Opticianry students want everyone to see more clearly.

That’s why a group of Lions recently visited the Georgian College Optical clinic in the Sadlon Centre for Health and Wellness to present the final payment in its $250,000 pledge. Continue reading

Georgian students raise money for Canadian heroes

Published on Monday, Jul. 28, 2014

A smiling group of policing students standing in front of an army vehicleA group of Georgian College policing students recently walked more than 300 kilometres from Hamilton to Parry Sound to raise money for a retreat that will offer veterans and first responders struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) counselling services and general respite. The retreat will be built in Northern Ontario.   Continue reading

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