Darian Horn, '16

I found that GGC has a huge emphasis on student success. All of my professors have been available to ensure that I understand the course material and grow academically.

Darian Horn, '16
Bachelor of Business Administration: Management concentration
Edil Nour, ’18

GGC will always be a home to me. The community here is something that I will forever cherish.

Edil Nour, ’18
Bachelor of Science in Biology: Biochemistry concentration and chemistry minor
Cedrick Mukinay, ’17

My scholarship has made positive impacts in my academics. Besides knowing that I can count on GGC faculty to help me academically, I now know that there are generous people willing to financially help students complete their education.

Cedrick Mukinay, ’17
Bachelor of Science in Biology: Biochemistry concentration
Jordan Rudnicki, ’16

I am thankful to have been at a school and part of a nursing program where every one of my teachers knew my name and dedicated their time to helping me succeed.

Jordan Rudnicki, ’16
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Matthew Camp, '19

It feels like science fiction,” says Matthew Camp about his undergraduate research into cutting-edge visualization technologies. “It’s not 20 years in the future; it’s here now.

Matthew Camp, '19
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
Micah Seibel, '17

Micah Seibel is by far the best and the most prepared Senate aide I have had since being elected to the Senate," said Georgia Senator Brandon Beach. "I am thankful to GGC for providing the tools to prepare Micah with great leadership skills.

Micah Seibel, '17
Bachelor of Arts in Political Science: International relations concentration
David Hollifield, '16

I’m eligible for help through the GI Bill, but it only covers about 50 percent," said Hollifield, one of many who receive financial assistance to attend GGC. "So I’ve had to find ways to cover the other 50 percent somehow.

David Hollifield, '16
Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice / Criminology
Elease Dillard, ’15

I am blessed the cost to attend GGC was less than other schools,” Dillard said. “I earned enough to fund my entire freshman year debt-free. I took action again and funded my second year debt-free. By this time, I found a groove and duplicated what worked.

Elease Dillard, ’15
Bachelor of Science in Biology
Jim Rooks, '16

I absolutely fell in love with it," said Rooks about history, recalling a childhood visit to Kennesaw Mountain. "That's when, as historians say, I caught the bug.

Jim Rooks, '16
Bachelor of Arts in History
Gabriella "Bella" Tyler, ’20

They have my back,” Tyler said of her faculty research mentors. “Every one of them has made a real difference for me.

Gabriella "Bella" Tyler, ’20
Bachelor of Science in Biology
Benjamin Coker, ’19

As I saw my dad go through treatments, I saw that nurses were the ones providing direct patient care,” Coker said. “That’s when I realized that what I really wanted to do was nursing.

Benjamin Coker, ’19
Bachelor of Science in Nursing, business administration minor
Shannon Bermudez, ’19

GGC taught me the importance of philanthropy and giving back to the community,” Bermudez said, “If a community is thriving, everyone's quality of life is elevated. There is such beauty in a strong community.

Shannon Bermudez, ’19
Bachelor of Business Administration
Julia Cruz, ’16

Georgia Gwinnett College was critical for my preparation to go into the workforce. The professors and mentors provided me with amazing leadership, valuable advice and world-class education.

Julia Cruz, ’16
Bachelor of Business Administration: International business concentration
Mark Guevara, '17

At [GGC], we are not just a number or a statistic, but part of a growing family. GGC’s culture was the spark that led to my personal development.

Mark Guevara, '17
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
Shelby Myers, '17

If it was not for the faculty who pushed me and dedicated their time toward helping me succeed in my classes, I would not be the confident and fun-loving [kindergarten] teacher I am right now.

Shelby Myers, '17
Bachelor of Science in Education: Early childhood education
Brittany Perry, '13

Brittany is exactly the kind of student for which GGC was built, and she’s precisely the sort of role model other students need," said Dr. Jennifer Wunder, director of Honors Programs. "She is a first-rate embodiment of our vision and mission.

Brittany Perry, '13
Bachelor of Business Administration: Marketing concentration
Kareem Adekunle, '16

Attending GGC is the best thing that’s ever happened to me. It has provided a platform where I can achieve all I have set out to achieve because the program is built to help students succeed.

Kareem Adekunle, '16
Bachelor of Business Administration
Seijin Tranberg, '13

As a student who didn’t know how to apply to colleges and had no real career ambitions, GGC made all the difference.

Seijin Tranberg, '13
Bachelor of Arts in Political Science: International relations and comparative politics concentration
Sean George, '14

I had professors and mentors at GGC who would motivate me, not just to help me become a successful student, but also a successful individual.

Sean George, '14
Bachelor of Business Administration: Leadership concentration
Ying "May" Meng, '17

I hope others can learn from my experiences and be inspired as others have inspired me. They can do this, too.

Ying "May" Meng, '17
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology: Digital media
Jose Gutierrez, '15

I think my experiences should be encouraging to other first-generation students. You can make something of yourself no matter where you are from. I want to use my experiences to mentor and motivate others.

Jose Gutierrez, '15
Bachelor of Science in Psychology
Jordan McKay, '18

Through our nursing program’s relationship with the community, I was given the opportunity to gain hands-on experience at local hospitals in clinical rotations and build clinical skills in a true healthcare environment with real, complex patients.

Jordan McKay, '18
Bachelor of Science in Nursing