GGC welcomes students for fall semester
The past 12 years of Georgia Gwinnett College’s (GGC) history have been focused on constant growth and program development. Now in a phase of sustainability, GGC’s strategy has shifted to maximizing the resources available to its more than 13,000 students.
To date, fall enrollment stands at 13,455. Although official numbers will not be released by the University System of Georgia until later in the semester, this number is indicative of the college’s effort to serve individuals who may not have otherwise been able to attend college. “We constantly strive to be the best,” said President Stas Preczewski. “GGC has become the college of choice for students in Gwinnett County because we hold ourselves to the highest standards. The additions in space and academic programming are manifestations of the college’s vision and mission.”
Academic changes for this fall include a supply chain management concentration launched by the School of Business that focuses on the management of resources and activities that produce and deliver goods and services for customers.
Building W, a 54,000 square foot extension of the classroom building, features an Executive Forum, a student success lounge, a new space for the Honors Program, nine classrooms and 151 offices. New study rooms and student lounge space have been added to Buildings A and H to allow for more student engagement and interaction.
Members of the GGC community can now utilize public transportation Monday through Saturday. Gwinnett County Transit’s Route 45 has three GGC stops that travel to and from campus. For more information, visit the Gwinnett County Transit route and schedule website.