Regents visit Georgia Gwinnett College
Three members of the Georgia Board of Regents visited Georgia Gwinnett College today as part of their monthly meeting.
Three members of the Georgia Board of Regents visited Georgia Gwinnett College today as part of their monthly meeting. The Regents, Larry Walker of Perry who chaired the team, Benjamin “Ben” Tarbutton, III, of Sandersville and Donald M. “Don” Leebern, Jr., of McDonough met with GGC President Daniel J. Kaufman to discuss the College’s long-range plans – including a new Allied Health and Science Building to house the College’s planned nursing program and a new infrastructure system for the campus. The Regents also toured the campus, including GGC’s new Library and Learning Center, the College’s new residence halls and the student center, which includes the dining hall and the bookstore. The members of the Board of Regents visited five University System of Georgia campuses today – including GGC, the system’s newest institution of higher learning – to get a firsthand view of some of the USG’s 35 colleges and universities, their programs and future needs.