Community Engagement

As part of National Bike to Work Day, Milledgeville becomes an official Bicycle Friendly Community. View the video.


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Take a class: Admission to the Continuing Education courses is open to everyone. Interest and desire to learn are the only requirements. There are no educational prerequisites for most courses, and students are not required to send transcripts or take university entrance exams. More information.

Read the college news: Keep up to date with Front Page, the university's official website for news, announcements and events.

Enjoy a play: Come celebrate our theme “Spotlight on Diversity”
with the entire campus and the Milledgeville community. Our students are interning as actors, educators, production managers and designers with the Alliance Theatre, the Learning Channel and the Las Vegas Stagecraft Institute.

Attend a concert: The Department of Music holds the distinction of being an "All-Steinway School." A complete list of concerts and recitals (pdf) is available.

Attend an art opening: Exhibitions are ongoing throughout each semester. Review the list of upcoming Ennis Hall Gallery exhibitions.

Meet an author: The Georgia College creative writing program hosts an annual Visiting Writers’ Series. The program is free and open to the public. Review the calendar of visiting authors for upcoming events.

Attend a sporting event: With eleven sports to choose from throughout the academic year and kids' camps in the summer, GC athletics provides the community with year-round options. Follow  the Bobcats.

Request a student volunteer: The GIVE Center serves as the volunteerism clearinghouse empowering students to make a difference by linking them to the needs of the community. It is through this center that GC students, faculty and staff become involved in campuswide, local community,  national and international volunteer efforts.

Request support for a project: ENGAGE supports collaborations between community partners and GC faculty and staff to develop Community-based Engaged Learning experiences.

Hire an intern: The University Career Center works with employers and educational organizations who are interested in recruiting students for internships, full-time jobs, part-time jobs, fellowships and graduate school programs. Find out how.

Peruse the library: Community patrons may use the Ina Dillard Russell Library or visit the GC Museum, which is open for visitors Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. 

Dine at The MAX: The MAX offers residential dining to Georgia College students and the Milledgeville community. Retail dining includes Chick-Fil-A, Subway, Einsteins Bros., The Village Market and Books & Brew. More information available.

Cater an event:The Flavours Catering office can assist with large and small events on campus and throughout the Milledgeville area. For details, visit here.

Volunteer in Special Collections: Special Collections appreciates volunteer efforts in helping preserve history. If you are interested in assisting us in this mission, please send an email to

Plan an event: Request space on the Georgia College campus.

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