Oct. 5: The Country Hoedown

Published on Thursday, Sept. 29, 2016

TLC's country hoedownJoin Brew Crew for a Country Hoedown. Featuring DJ D.O.M.

19+ event

Doors open @ 10 p.m.

Oct. 4: The Lip Sync Contest

Published on Thursday, Sept. 29, 2016

Join Brew Crew for The Lip Sync ContestLip Sync Contest

Sign up to compete for great  prizes!

Send TLC a message on Facebook or talk to the Brew Crew in the falls to get signed up.

Doors open @ 8 p.m.

New: Access course software through the portal

Published on Thursday, Sept. 29, 2016

Some of your courses may require you to use specific computer software.  In the past, students had to log into campus computers to access those programs. You can now access some of this software from any Windows computer on or off campus through the student portal.

Here’s how:

PLEASE NOTE: If you’re logging into MyApps@Georgian on your personal computer for the first time, you’ll be prompted to download and install Application Jukebox Player. After that app is installed, log out and follow the instructions above again to view your academic software.

LOG INTO THE PORTAL

Two students working on a tablet at the Orillia campus.

Questions? portalfeedback@georgiancollege.ca

Direct Energy electric vehicle charging bay and solar array unveiled at Georgian’s Owen Sound Campus

Published on Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2016

Georgian professor Dr. Ron Sky explains the benefits of having a solar array on the Owen Sound Campus. Ron Sky in background pointing at 20-unit solar array with three men in foreground listening with their backs turned from the camera.
Georgian professor Dr. Ron Sky explains the benefits of having a solar array on the Owen Sound Campus. The solar array was donated to the college by Direct Energy. The company also installed an electric vehicle charging bay, which will be used by drivers who visit, study or work at the campus as well as for student research.

Representatives from Direct Energy gathered at Georgian’s Owen Sound Campus on Sept. 19 to celebrate the company’s collaboration with the college and the installation of a solar array and electric vehicle (EV) charging bay.

The charging bay will power up research and unique hands-on learning opportunities for students while also helping the environment.  Continue reading

Co-op accreditation moves Georgian to front of the line for experiential education

Published on Monday, Sept. 19, 2016

Georgian College has received accreditation for 12 of its co-operative education programs from the Canadian Association for Co-operative Education (CAFCE). Georgian is the first college in Ontario to achieve this accreditation.

CAFCE accreditation represents the highest standard of achievement for co-operative education programs in Canada, and recognizes that Georgian has met a wide range of quality standards in its programming. Continue reading

Georgian Drive lane closure update

Published on Friday, Sept. 16, 2016

The right-hand turning lane from westbound Georgian Drive onto northbound Duckworth Street will be closed as of Monday, Sept. 19 for two to three weeks while the intersection is rebuilt as part of the Highway 400 improvement project. Continue reading

New Segal International Centre at the Barrie Campus a home away from home for Georgian’s 1,100 international students

Published on Friday, Sept. 16, 2016

: Taking part in the ribbon cutting for the new Segal International Centre at Georgian College’s Barrie Campus are, from left, international student ambassador Marvin Patani; guard.me President and founder Keith Segal and wife Sharon; Georgian College President and CEO MaryLynn West-Moynes; Leslie Palson, Dean of International Education and Development at Georgian; and international student Paulo Cardoso from Brazil.
Taking part in the ribbon cutting for the new Segal International Centre at Georgian College’s Barrie Campus are, from left, international student ambassador Marvin Patani; guard.me President and founder Keith Segal and wife Sharon; Georgian College President and CEO MaryLynn West-Moynes; Leslie Palson, Dean of International Education and Development at Georgian; and international student Paulo Cardoso from Brazil.

Imagine that you’ve just arrived in a new country to attend college. Maybe it’s your first time away from home. Maybe you don’t know the language. Maybe you don’t know anyone. The hardest thing you’ll do now is navigate your way through the complex support system at your school. Continue reading

Georgian celebrates grand opening of new sports field at Barrie Campus

Published on Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2016

Georgian College President and CEO MaryLynn West-Moynes, Georgian rugby player Kirk Sarfo, and President of the Barrie Campus Georgian College Students' Association Avery Konda, celebrate at the grand opening of the Georgian College Sports Field.
Georgian College President and CEO MaryLynn West-Moynes, Grizzlies rugby player Kirk Sarfo, and Barrie Campus Georgian College Students’ Association President Avery Konda get ready for a ceremonial kick-off to officially open the new sports field.

What started as a field of dreams has turned into reality. Georgian College celebrated the grand opening of a new sports field on Sept. 13 with hundreds of staff, students, dignitaries, alumni and varsity athletes in attendance. The new facility is located on Nelson Street adjacent to the Barrie Campus.
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Deadline to opt-out or make changes to student health plan is Sept. 30

Published on Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2016

 All full-time Georgian College students are automatically enrolled in the student health and dental plan. If they already have coverage under another plan, they can opt-out if they do so by Sept. 30. This deadline also applies to those who want to make changes to their plan, such as adding a family member.

 For more information, visit myStudentplan.ca or the frequently asked questions section of the Georgian College Students’ Association web page.

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