GGC recipients of WIT scholarships

Two GGC students win Women in Technology scholarships

Bachelor of Science in information technology

Women in Technology (WIT) scholarship recipients are selected based on academic performance and leadership qualities displayed for the WIT community. This year, more than 30 applicants hoped to earn the scholarships. Six were chosen as finalists and three earned scholarships. Two of those three attend GGC: Chenanniah Mac-Cephas and Rian Teyani, who won $20,000 and $15,000, respectively.

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Aerial view of GGC campus

GGC's economic impact approaches $513 million

GGC contributed nearly $513 million to the economy of Gwinnett County and the Atlanta metropolitan area during fiscal year 2021, up more than $4.5 million over last year and ninth among the 26 USG institutions making impacts in their regions.

“This is another way in which GGC affirms its role in the higher education and in the economic landscapes,” said Dr. Jann L. Joseph, GGC’s president.

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Dr. Mark Schlueter holding a bee to study its activity

The blueberry bee solution

Bachelor of Science in biology

Dr. Mark Schlueter, professor of biology, has dedicated his life’s work to finding solutions for honeybees under significant threat from colony collapse disorder (CCD) and other factors. After receiving an on-farm Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) research grant, Schlueter and his research team of GGC students planted wildflowers adjacent to blueberry bushes on the Pinefield Eco Farm in Hephzibah, Georgia, and will spend the summer observing native bee activity.

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GGC graduates mosaic of diversity

GGC offers online degrees

GGC students can expect the same level of expertise, rigor and faculty-student engagement whether they choose to study in the classroom or online.

GGC student studying online from home to earn online 4-year degree