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Registration Week set for March 30 – April 3

While we are working through the end of Spring semester, we are also looking forward to Fall 2020. Please review the information here and at to be sure you're on track to register for your Fall courses.

Spring 2020 Commencement Ceremony cancelled, alternatives to be announced soon.

Following guidance from the Governor’s Office, Georgia Department Public Health and CDC, all public events and large gatherings need to be cancelled (or rescheduled). The University System of Georgia has directed all 26 institutions to cancel Spring commencement ceremonies and consider alternatives. As we continue to navigate these unprecedented challenges surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, we are taking all possible steps to keep our GSW community healthy.

USG Chancellor Steve Wrigley states, "We don't make this decision lightly, nor do we want to diminish all our students have achieved. Our institutions are working on creative, alternative ways to celebrate their students' accomplishments, and I am grateful for the commitment and dedication our students have shown in the face of extraordinary times. They have worked hard and rightfully expect to celebrate and mark their graduation." 

“One of the most joyous moments for me as a President is watching our graduates walk across the stage,” said GSW President Neal Weaver, “and I hope to still be able to do that in the near future as we are beginning discussions on alternative ceremony options so that we can still celebrate the hard work and educational accomplishments of the GSW Class of 2020.”

Students set to graduate this Spring will still receive their degrees upon meeting academic standards. Graduating seniors will receive an email from Academic Affairs regarding diplomas and Herff Jones refunds.

Please stay tuned for announcements on alternate ceremony options for Spring 2020 graduates.

Students and donors attend annual Donor-Scholar Luncheon

With a record 175 attendees this year, Georgia Southwestern’s 12th Annual Donor-Scholar Luncheon gave students the opportunity to meet their donors who generously provide support for numerous GSW Foundation scholarships.

This year's student speakers included Emma Carter, a freshman nursing major from McDonough, Ga. Emma received three scholarships, including the Charles L. Mix Scholarship as a participant in the President Jimmy Carter Leadership Program, the Guaranteed Acceptance Program scholarship for nursing, and the Phil Jones/Citizens Bank Scholarship.

 James Griggs, a freshman business major from Americus, Ga., also spoke at the event. James received three scholarships this year as well, including two Kenneth McMillan Scholarships and the Roy Lee Smith Sheriff Youth Home Scholarship.

For the 2019-20 academic year, over 330 students received GSW Foundation scholarships, with 80 students receiving two or more. These scholarships totaled just under $1 million.

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Submission deadline for Faculty and Staff Awards extended

Nominations for the Faculty and Staff Excellence Awards are open, with the deadline extended to April 30, 2020. An individual can receive no more than one award from the designated category every three years. Individuals may nominate their colleagues or themselves; however, the nominations should be shared with the dean of the respective college (for faculty) and/or the supervisor (for staff).

Nominations for faculty excellence awards in each category should consist of a CV and letter(s) of support describing the faculty member’s contributions. Nominations for staff excellence awards are to be provided by the employee’s colleagues and/or supervisor and should consist of a letter(s) of support describing the staff member’s contributions.

All completed nominations will be submitted to the respective review committees for final review and consideration.

All nominations should be submitted electronically to before the April 30, 2020 nomination deadline. Recipients will be announced at a future event; details to be announced when they become available.

Marketing students visit Atlanta

On February 25, Dr. Suzanne Conner’s Consumer Behavior class (MKTG 4820) took a field trip to the Atlanta American Marketing Association’s Keynote Luncheon: Managing the Customer Experience with Home Depot and Intercontinental Hotel Group at Maggiano’s in Buckhead. At this gathering, students heard industry experts discuss their brands’ strategies for designing the customer experience from the vision of the ideal experience through measuring performance and continuous innovation. Before the luncheon students had an opportunity to network with marketing-industry leaders from the Atlanta area. Afterwards, the group toured Lenox Square and they were able to, among other things, take a test ride in a Tesla and speak to managers in stores like Fendi.

Shannon Griffin said of the experience, “Most importantly, I discovered how businesses and firms apply the concepts that I learn every day in class to real-world situations. I heard familiar words that I am exposed to in classes such as Principles of Marketing, Principles of Management, and Consumer Behavior.” Other participants had similar comments about the trip.

“As a professor, I am thankful for the opportunity provided by the HIPO grant, to take students to an event like this,” said Dr. Conner.

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SGA application deadline extended

Student Government Association (SGA) has extended the deadline to apply to be an SGA senator to Wednesday, April 1 at 11:59 p.m. “We believe that the leaders of tomorrow are here on this campus,” noted SGA. “We encourage you to take this opportunity to be a part of the 2020-2021 Student Government Association to add your voice to this important group.”

You can apply by completing the application via CanesConnect. In order to complete application, you must log in using your CanesNet credentials. 

Voting for elections will occur on GeorgiaVIEW in April, and candidates will be allowed to campaign virtually using whatever creative means that they see fit. If you have any questions regarding SGA, the application, or student concerns, please contact SGA at

Campus events cancelled or postponed due to COVID-19

In following the COVID-19 guidance from the University System of Georgia, State of Georgia, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, a number of planned campus events have been canceled or postponed.

Canceled Events:

  • Taste of the World, April 1, 2020
  • Baseball Alumni Weekend, April 3-4, 2020
  • Phi Alpha Theta Conference, April 4, 2020
  • Preview Day, April 18, 2020
  • Undergraduate Research Symposium, May 1, 2020
  • Junior Mathematics Tournament, May 2, 2020
  • Faculty and Staff Awards and Recognition Luncheon, May 6, 2020
  • Spring 2020 Commencement, May 15, 2020

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