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GORDON STATE COLLEGE

FACT BOOK 2015-2016


Gordon State College Fact Book 2015 - 2016 General Information.......................................................................................................................5 About Gordon State College.................................................................................................6 Gordon State College Mission, Vision and Goals................................................................7 University System of Georgia...............................................................................................9 Members of the Board of Regents......................................................................................10 Gordon State College Historical Highlights.......................................................................12 Accreditation.......................................................................................................................16 Five Year Strategic Plan.....................................................................................................17 Gordon State College Administration.................................................................................18 Gordon State College Organizational Chart.......................................................................20 Gordon State College Foundation.......................................................................................21 Gordon State College Publications.....................................................................................22 Admissions.....................................................................................................................................23 Applicants by Academic Year, All Applicants...................................................................24 Applicants by Academic Year, Entering Freshman Applicants.........................................25 Average SAT and High School GPA by Academic Year...................................................26 High School of Applicants..................................................................................................27 Enrollment.....................................................................................................................................29 Enrollment By Academic Year, All Applicants.................................................................30 Enrollment by Academic Year, Students with Learning Support Requirements......................................................................................................................31 Retention Rate, First-Time Full-Time Freshmen................................................................32 Retention Rate by Ethnicity, First-Time Full-Time Freshmen...........................................33 Enrollment by Location......................................................................................................34 Unduplicated Headcounty, All Students.............................................................................35 Unduplicated Headcount by Ethnicity and Gender, All Students.......................................36 County of Origin, All Students...........................................................................................38 Unduplicated Headcount, Learning Support Students........................................................40 Unduplicated Headcount by Ethnicity and Gender, Learning Support Students...............................................................................................................................41 County of Origin, Learning Support Students....................................................................42 Unduplicated Headcount, First-time Full-time Freshmen..................................................44 Unduplicated Headcount by Ethnicity and Gender, First-time Full-time Freshmen.............................................................................................................................45 County of Origin, First-time Full-time Freshmen..............................................................46


Unduplicated Headcount, First-time Full-time Freshmen with Learning Support................................................................................................................................48 Unduplicated Headcount by Ethnicity and Gender, First-time Full-time Freshmen with Learning Support........................................................................................49 County of Origin, First-time Full-time Freshmen with Learning Support.........................50 Degrees...........................................................................................................................................53 Degrees Conferred 2006 to 2015........................................................................................54 Degrees Conferred Academic Year 2015...........................................................................55 Degrees Conferred by Instructional Programs (CIP)..........................................................56 Ten Year 150% Graduation Rate........................................................................................57 Faculty and Staff...........................................................................................................................59 Fall 2015 Faculty and Staff Occupational Category by Ethnicity and Race......................60 Fall 2015 Occupational Category by Gender......................................................................61 Fall 2015 Instructional Staff...............................................................................................62 Historic Trend by Gender and Ethnicity.............................................................................63 Historic Trend by Rank and Tenured Status.......................................................................64 Financial Information...................................................................................................................65 Education & General Revenue and Expenditures...............................................................66 Auxiliary Enterprises Revenue and Expenditures..............................................................67 Facilities.........................................................................................................................................69 Space Usage by Building....................................................................................................70 Dorothy W. Hightower Collaborative Learning Center and Library..................................72 Fine Arts Facilities..............................................................................................................74 Athletics and Recreational Facilities..................................................................................76 Housing...............................................................................................................................77 Fall 2015 Unduplicated Headcount, All Resident Students................................................78 Fall 2015 Unduplicated Headcount by Ethnicity and Gender, All Resident Students...............................................................................................................................79 County of Origin, All Resident Students............................................................................80 Residence Hall Occupancy, 10-yr History..........................................................................82


GENERAL INFORMATION


ABOUT GSC Gordon State College joined the University System of Georgia in 1972 as an associate level institution with a distinctive legacy of excellence in scholarship and service. From its founding in 1852, Gordon has grown and changed, not only in response to, but also in anticipation of, the educational needs of its community. Gordon’s scope of influence now extends beyond the surrounding areas to include the rapidly growing suburban areas south of Atlanta, east of Columbus, and north of Macon. A community in flux, this area of Georgia is rich in diversity and reflects extremes in economic and population growth which demand a mission that includes focused two-year professional offerings, the traditional pre-baccalaureate curricula, and baccalaureate offerings targeting needs of the area. Gordon State College fully serves the community by providing educational and cultural opportunities both within and beyond this area.

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MISSION, VISION, GOALS AND CORE VALUES

MISSION To provide an exceptional education through innovative teaching and engaged learning for the benefit of the world in which we live.

VISION GORDON STATE COLLEGE…where students flourish!

GOALS Gordon State College will strive:  To ensure affordable, supportive access to high quality post-secondary education.  To develop creativity, critical thinking, problem solving, innovation, a global perspective and a commitment to lifelong learning that includes a respect for everyone involved in the process.  To maintain a commitment to engaged faculty-student interaction through intimate classroom experiences, innovative and effective teaching strategies, excellent advising and mentorship programs, and effective student support services.  To serve the broader community and region by developing academic programs and producing leaders equipped to contribute positively to middle Georgia, the United States, and the world.  To remember and celebrate the heritage of the College and its graduates.  To provide a beautiful and vibrant center of learning and scholarship as the touchstone of a diverse, connected community.

CORE VALUES Gordon State College LEARNS:

LIFE-LONG SCHOLARSHIP To develop habits of the mind: creativity, critical thinking, problem solving, innovation, a global perspective and a commitment to lifelong learning that includes a respect for everyone involved in the process.

ENGAGEMENT To maintain a commitment to engaged faculty-student interaction through intimate classroom experiences, innovative and effective teaching strategies, excellent advising and mentorship programs, and effective student support services.

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CORE VALUES (CONTINUED) ACCESSIBILITY To ensure affordable, supportive access to high quality post-secondary education.

RESPECT To respect and celebrate the diversity, heritage, and history of the College and its graduates.

NURTURE To nurture a beautiful and vibrant center of learning and scholarship as the touchstone of a diverse, connected community.

SERVICE To serve the broader community and region by developing academic programs and producing leaders equipped to contribute to middle Georgia, the United State and the world.

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UNIVERSITY SYSTEM OF GEORGIA Gordon State College is part of the University System of Georgia, administered by a Board of Regents, created in 1931 to unify public higher education in Georgia for the first time under a single governing and management authority. The governor appoints members of the Board to a seven year term and regents may be reappointed to subsequent terms by a sitting governor. Regents donate their time and expertise to serve the state through their governance of the University System of Georgia – the position is a voluntary one without financial remuneration. Today the Board of Regents is composed of 19 members, five of whom are appointed from the state-at-large, and one from each of the state’s 14 congressional districts. The Board elects a chancellor who serves as its chief executive officer and the chief administrative officer of the University System. The Board oversees the public colleges and universities that comprise the University System of Georgia and has oversight of the Georgia Archives and the Georgia Public Library System. STATE COLLEGES

STATE UNIVERSITIES

RESEARCH UNIVERSITIES

Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College Atlanta Metropolitan State College 

Albany State University

Augusta University

Armstrong State University

Georgia Institute of Technology

Bainbridge State College

Clayton State University

Georgia State University

College of Coastal Georgia

Columbus State University

University of Georgia

Dalton State College

Fort Valley State University

Darton State College

Georgia College & State University

COMPREHENSIVE UNIVERSITIES

East Georgia State College

Georgia Southwestern State University

Georgia Southern University

Georgia Gwinnett College

Middle Georgia State University

Kennesaw State University

Georgia Highlands College

Savannah State University

University of West Georgia

Gordon State College

University of North Georgia

Valdosta State University

South Georgia State College

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MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF REGENTS

HANK M. HUCKABY – CHANCELLOR

REGENT

TERM

DISTRICT

Kessel Stelling, Jr. (Chair)

2015-2022

Sixth

C. Thomas Hopkins, Jr. MD (Vice Chair)

2010-2017

Third

W. Paul Bowers

2014-2020

At-Large

James M. Hull

2016-2023

At-Large

Donald M. Leebern, Jr.

2012-2019

At-Large

Thomas Rogers Wade

2013-2020

At-Large

Larry Walker

2016-2023

At-Large

Don L. Waters

2013-2018

First

Doreen Stiles Poitevint

2011-2018

Second

C. Dean Alford, P.E.

2012-2019

Fourth

Larry R. Ellis

2013-2017

Fifth

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MEMBERS OF THE BOARD (CONTINUED)

REGENT

TERM

DISTRICT

Richard L. Tucker

2012-2019

Seventh

Rutledge A. (Rusty) Griffin, Jr.

2013-2018

Eighth

Philip A. Wilheit, Sr.

2015-2022

Ninth

Ben J. Tarbutton III

2013-2020

Tenth

Neil L. Pruitt, Jr.

2013-2017

Eleventh

Laura Marsh

2016-2020

Twelfth

Sachin Shailendra

2014-2021

Thirteenth

E. Scott Smith

2013-2020

Fourteenth

Source: University System of Georgia Board of Regents’ website http://www.usg.edu/

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HISTORICAL HIGHLIGHTS

1852 Legislature chartered Barnesville Male and Female High School

percentage. Eighteen Gordon graduates and faculty were killed in action.

1872 The citizens of Barnesville established Gordon Institute under the Charter of 1852 as a preparatory school and primary school with Charles A. Lambdin and Azmon A. Murphey as organizers and associate principals. The Institute opened with 16 pupils.

1928 Gordon Institute advanced its curriculum to the rank of Junior College.

1933 Gordon Military High School and Junior College moved to the site of the former Georgia Industrial College, a 350-acre campus already containing administrative offices, classrooms, and lab equipment.

1875 1941 Alice Wooten became the first Gordon Junior College was graduate of Gordon Institute. Enrollment exceeded 150 students. admitted to the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. The   Science Building was constructed. 1878   Charles E. Lambdin became the first president of Gordon Institute. 1966 To facilitate transfer the college Enrollment numbered 200. began conferring Associate of Arts   Degrees. 1880 The first Gordon library formally   1972 opened. Gordon Military College joined the University System of Georgia as 1890 Gordon Junior College, with Dr. The Military Department was Jerry Williamson as President. established.     1973 1908 A nursing program to prepare Lambdin Hall was built. students for the R.N. licensure exam   was started. 1918   Over 650 Gordon graduates 1975 served in World War I. Enrollment topped 1,000 for the Gordon had 260 commissioned first time in the history of the officers serving, the second college. highest number for any   preparatory school in the country and the highest 2015 - 2016 Fact Book

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1978 The Dorothy W. Hightower Library opened. 1987 Gordon Junior College became Gordon College. The endowment topped $1 million. 1989 An Economic Study estimated the immediate impact of the college on the seven county areas to exceed $20 million.   1990 A faculty and staff committee developed a new mission statement for the college, approved by the faculty April 9, 1990. 1993 The Gordon College Foundation committed to pay for the first year of a baccalaureate nursing program, and the College began to move toward a divisional structure in preparation for four-year status. Enrollment topped 2,000 for the first time, as Gordon became the fastest growing institution in the University System of Georgia. 1994 Governor Zell Miller broke ground for the new dormitory building and construction began. 1995 The Gordon College Foundation Endowment topped $2 million. 1998 The pedestrian underground passage and amphitheater were completed. General Information


HISTORICAL HIGHLIGHTS (CONTINUED) 1999 The new technology complex was approved. 2000 Atrium area was added to the student center. 2001 Dr. Sherman R. Day served as interim president. The faculty senate and staff council were established.

2007 Gordon College Foundation received more than $1.5 million in donations in 2007 making it the best fundraising year in the Foundation's Hightower Library received an estimated 20,000 volumes of books 36-year history. and dozens of boxes of microfilm Gordon College received a from the former Tift College in $188,137 nursing grant to add a Forsyth. second class of students to its associate of science in nursing 2004 Gordon’s nursing program marks its program and to expand the program's simulation lab. 30th anniversary. $30,000 Strengthening Institutions Planning Grant under Title III of the Higher Education Act.

Four construction projects began: Russell Hall renovation was completed, including modernization 17,000 square foot expansion of of classroom facilities and faculty offices and addition of a conference the Gordon College Student Center. 2002 Dr. Lawrence Weill was inaugurated room. Gordon College’s largest student as the second president of Gordon residence to date, Gordon Village. College under the University System Construction set to begin on a new student residence complex, to add of Georgia. 459 new beds, completed in August New visitor parking lot located behind the Community Education 2005. The Instructional Complex was and Welcome Center offices. completed, adding 100,000 square feet of state-of-the-art classrooms, 2005 Alumni House renovations. The Board of Regents granted laboratories, and faculty offices. Gordon College permission to apply 2008 Offices of Community Education and for three baccalaureate degree Gordon Village residence hall programs. Institutional Advancement were opened in fall 2008 increasing on established. Gordon College Commons A, B & C campus housing to 1,036. were opened for student residents. 2003 Gordon College Emergency Instructional Complex opened for Enrollment increased 1.5 percent for Notification System (GCENS) use. implemented during fall 2008. fall 2005 with a record total of 3,505. Enrollment increased nearly 10 Demolition began on Watson Hall in percent for a fall 2003 total of December 2008 to make room for a 2006 3,415. new state-of-the-art nursing and The Board of Regents granted allied health building. Gordon College’s petition for a Gordon College was awarded an baccalaureate degree in early Intellectual Capital Partnership Enrollment increased 4.1 percent for childhood education. Program (ICAPP) Grant of fall 2008 with a record total of $346,000 to support LPN to RN Phase II of the apartment complex 3,855. bridge program and a grant for building project began fall 2006. students working in related health The Board of Regents granted care fields to return to school. Gordon College’s petition for a baccalaureate degree in nursing. Gordon College was awarded a Enrollment topped 3,000.

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HISTORICAL HIGHLIGHTS (CONTINUED) 2009 The newly expanded Student Success Center and bookstore opened spring 2009. Gordon College’s first baccalaureate degrees were awarded to 28 students in Early Childhood Education. Enrollment increased 17.9 percent for fall 2009 with a record total of 4,545.

and history with secondary teacher education tracks.

Gordon College’s Early Childhood Education Program receives full accreditation from the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Max Burns was invested as Education and the Georgia Professional Standards Commission. president of Gordon College. He is the third president of the state college since it became a member The new state-of-the-art Nursing and Allied Health Sciences building of the University System of Georgia in 1972. opened in spring 2011.

Fall 2009 construction begins on the Gordon College awards first new three-story 54,000 square foot Bachelor of Science in Nursing degrees to 21 students. nursing and allied health building. The Board of Regents granted Gordon College’s petition for a baccalaureate degree in biology with a teacher certification track. 2010 The Gordon College Honors House opened in spring 2010 containing a study lounge, reading room, computer lab, seminar room, and faculty offices. The Board of Regents granted Gordon College’s petition for a baccalaureate degree in mathematics with a secondary teacher education track. Shelley C. Nickel begins tenure as Interim President of Gordon College.

The Board of Regents granted approval for Gordon College to offer a Bachelor of Science in Health Services and Informatics in September 2011 with the program to begin in 2013. 2012 For the third consecutive time, an entire class of graduates of the Gordon College nursing program passed the National Council Licensing Examination. Each one of the 34 students who made up the May 2011 graduating class passed the examination which is required to obtain a license to practice as a nurse in the United States.

The Gordon College Division of Education found a new home in Smith Hall, one of the campus' most Enrollment increased by 10.2 percent for fall 2010 with a record historic buildings. total of 5,009. Gordon graduated the first class of students to earn a Bachelor of 2011 Science degree in biology. The Board of Regents granted Gordon College’s petition for The economic contribution that baccalaureate degrees in English 2015 - 2016 Fact Book

Gordon College makes to the regional economy continues to grow, increasing $18 million during fiscal year 2011 to $154 million, according to a report by the University System of Georgia.

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2013 The Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia granted approval for Gordon State to offer a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Services. Gordon State College celebrated the grand opening of its newly renovated dining hall. Gordon State College contributed more than $141 million to the regional economy and provided 1,418 jobs in fiscal year 2012, according to a report released today by the University System of Georgia. Of the jobs provided, 374 are on campus while 1,044 are off campus jobs that exist due to institution-related spending. The report also revealed that spending by Gordon State students accounted for $80 million of the total $141 million contributed to the local economy. Approximately 150 students received diplomas in the first fall semester graduation ceremonies at Gordon State College.

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HISTORICAL HIGHLIGHTS (CONTINUED) 2014 Gordon State College received approval from the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia to begin offering a Bachelor of Science degree in Management and Administration. Gordon State College revealed its new seal which displays a replica of the portico of Lambdin Hall, as well as the terms Character, Culture, and Scholarship which reflect the title of the book “Character, Culture and Scholarship” written by former faculty member Miss Marion Bush.

Diplomas were awarded to 160 Gordon State College graduates during ceremonies Friday, Dec. 11.The ceremonies were held in the Student Activity and Recreation Center arena and were followed by a pinning ceremony for graduates of the nursing school. Former Gordon State College President Lawrence Weill addressed the graduates.

Gordon State College President Max Burns was elected to two national boards, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) and the U.S. Fulbright Association. SACSCOC is the Gordon State College held the recognized regional accrediting official groundbreaking for the body in 11 Southern states for Student Activity and Recreation institutions of higher education that Center. award associate, baccalaureate, master’s or doctoral degrees. The 2015 SACSCOC Board of Trustees is the All 40 graduates of the Spring 2015 nursing program who took the representative body of the College Delegate Assembly and is charged National Council Licensing Examination – required to obtain a with carrying out the accreditation license to practice nursing – passed. process. Gordon State College and the Henry County Library System agreed to combine resources to better serve Gordon State College students. The McDonough Public Library will offer classroom space, a computer, and other research assistance needed by students enrolled in classes at Gordon State at McDonough. More than 1,000 flags lined the paths that cross Lambdin Green on campus November 11 for the annual National Roll Call event. Guest speaker was Brig. Gen. (Ret.) Lawrence E. Dudney. 2015 - 2016 Fact Book

The transformation of the Hightower Library on the campus of Gordon State College into the Dorothy W. Hightower Collaborative Learning Center and Library was completed in April and celebrated with a ribbon cutting. The Bach Society of Atlanta, in cooperation with Gordon State College, presented a concert to remember former faculty member Doris Watson. Amy Droegmiller was named the Gordon State College Outstanding Scholar for the 2015-16 academic year. She earned a degree in Biology and expects to graduate in December 2018 with a degree in education. University System of Georgia Regent Larry Walker delivered the commencement address to the Gordon State College Spring 2016 graduating class May 6 on Lambdin Green.

The Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia (USG) announced there will be no tuition increase for the 2016-2017 academic year. An asteroid discovered in 2000 was named after Gordon State College chemistry professor and amateur astronomer Richard Schmude. Gordon State College Honors students and other student groups prepared raised garden beds on the west side of campus to grow a variety of plants and herbs.

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ACCREDITATION

SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS COMMISSION ON COLLEGES

COUNCIL FOR THE ACCREDITATION OF EDUCATOR PREPARATION

Gordon State College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools

Gordon State College began offering a Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood/Special Education in 2006. Certification programs for high school teachers are offered in Biology, Mathematics, English and History. Information about approval and/or accreditation may be obtained from the following:

Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to award associate of arts and science degrees, associate of science in nursing, and to award baccalaureate degrees in Early Childhood Education, Biology, Mathematics, English, History, Human Services, Health Services and Informatics Administration and RN-BSN Nursing Completion Program. The College has been approved for federal and state financial aid programs. Information about approval and/or accreditation may be obtained from the following:

Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation 2010 Massachusetts Ave NW Ste 500 | Washington, DC 20036 | 202-466-7496 | http://www.caepnet.org

GEORGIA PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS COMMISSION

SACSCOC 1866 Southern Lane | Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 404-679-4501 | www.sacscoc.org

Georgia Professional Standards Commission 200 Piedmont Avenue Suite 1702|Atlanta, GA 30334 404 -232-2500 | http://www.gapsc.com/

GEORGIA BOARD OF NURSING

Gordon State College Nursing Program has had full approval by the Georgia Board of Nursing since 1972. The program has had full, continuing accreditation by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) since 1976. Information about approval and/or accreditation may be obtained from the following:

Georgia Board of Nursing 237 Coliseum Drive | Macon, GA 31217

478-207-2440 | http://sos.ga.gov/index.php/licensing/ plb/45

ACCREDITATION COMMISSION FOR EDUCATION IN NURSING (ACEN) Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) 3343 Peachtree Road NE, Ste 850 | Atlanta, GA 30326 404-975-5000 | www.nlnac.org

 

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FIVE YEAR STRATEGIC PLAN

ACCESS WITH EXCELLENCE Gordon State College will serve the educational needs of the region and the state by maintaining its mission as an access institution, while expanding to offer wider access to baccalaureate programs and assuring excellence in its offerings and service to its constituents. By maintaining access while expanding programs, Gordon State College will open the doors to a college education to a wider audience, resulting in a more educated Georgia.

A DIVERSE ACADEMIC ENVIRONMENT Gordon State College will advance the academic work of the College and the resources that support it. The synthesis of the intellectual, cultural and material resources of the campus community will support the development of effective habits of mind for all participants. The College will support the physical, technological and pedagogical resources needed to achieve this goal. This focuses resources and energies on the core educational mission of the College, and promotes the ongoing development of all of the College’s stakeholders through strategic allocation of resources.

RETENTION, PROGRESSION, AND GRADUATION

Gordon State College will increase retention (the number of students that are retained from one year to the next), graduates (the number of students who graduate from two-year and four-year programs), and the number of students who progress from Gordon State College to the next appropriate step (such as transfer to another college). By accomplishing these goals, the College will contribute to a more educated population, prepared to face the challenges and opportunities of the 21st century.

COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS AND ENGAGEMENT Gordon State College will support and enhance pathways for the exchange of knowledge and other resources with the community, including local, regional, state, and national entities. These community partnerships will strengthen both the College and the community by increasing the resources available to each, and build a mutual respect for the benefits each brings to the partnership.

EFFICIENCY, ACCOUNTABILITY, AND SUSTAINABILITY Gordon State College is committed to providing a welcoming atmosphere that attracts a diverse community and engages through academics and culture. In a dynamic economic atmosphere, Gordon State College must constantly strive to improve operational efficiencies, ensure a commitment to performance and accountability, and advance our financial and resource sustainability, in order to achieve these goals.

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GORDON STATE COLLEGE ADMINISTRATION

PRESIDENT'S CABINET

Dr. Max Burns

President

Dr. Jeffery Knighton

Vice President for Academic Affairs

Mrs. Kristen Albritton

Vice President for Finance and Administration

Dr. Dennis Chamberlain

Vice President for Student Affairs

Mrs. Rhonda Toon

Vice President for Institutional Advancement

OFFICE OF ACADEMIC AFFAIRS

Dr. Jeffery Knighton

Vice President for Academic Affairs

Dr. Richard Baskin

Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs

Prof. Teresa Betkowski

Assistant Vice President for Institutional Effectiveness

Dr. Susan Finazzo

Dean, School of Arts and Sciences—Interim

Dr. Anne Purvis

Dean, School of Nursing and Health Sciences

Dr. Michael Mahan

Dean, School of Education

OFFICE OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION

Mrs. Kristen Albritton

Vice President for Finance and Administration

Mr. Walter Green

Assistant Vice President and Controller

Ms. Laura Bowen

Assistant Vice President for Human Resources

Mr. Justin White

Director of Budgets & Auxiliary Operations

Chief Jeff Mason

Director of Public Safety

Mr. Jeff Hayes

Director of Information Technology

Mr. Richard Vereen

Director of Facilities

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OFFICE OF STUDENT AFFAIRS

Dr. Dennis Chamberlain

Vice President for Student Affairs

Mr. Nathan Bell

Director of Admissions—Interim

Mrs. Jody DeFore

Director of Financial Aid

Ms. Tonya Coleman

Director of Residence Life

Ms. Sharon Lloyd

Director of Student Activities

Mrs. Janet Barras

Registrar

Mr. Gary Sharpe

Athletics Director

OFFICE OF INSTITUTIONAL ADVANCEMENT

Mrs. Rhonda Toon

Vice President for Institutional Advancement

Ms. Tamara Boatwright

Public Information Officer

Mr. Skipper Burns

Development Officer

Mrs. Debbie Christian

Program Administrator, Community Education

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ORGANIZATIONAL CHART

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FOUNDATION

The Gordon State College Foundation, established in 1972, seeks to support and enhance the work of Gordon State College through securing financial resources for the further development and growth of the College. A number of funds have been established by the Gordon State College Foundation – for a listing visit www.gordonstate.edu/funds.

TRUSTEES Mr. Pete Malone, Chairman

Mr. Walter Geiger

Mr. Andy Bush, Vice Chairman Dr. Max Burns, Secretary 

Mr. Jim Granum Mr. George Hightower 

Mr. Jim Edwards, Treasurer

Mr. Curtis Jenkins

Mr. Phillip Bell, At Large

Mr. Derrick Lewis

Mr. Bruce Akins

Mr. Jeff Manley

Mr. Bill Bazemore

Mr. Jimmy Matthews

Mr. George Butler

Mr. Ed Mitchell

Mr. Kenny Coggins

Mr. Don Neuner

Mr. Alan Connell

Dr. John Quinn

Ms. Lucinda Bentley

Mr. Eddie Rogers

Rep. Robert Dickey

Mr. Kike Seda

Mr. John Edwards

Mr. Luke Weaver

Mr. Lindy Farmer

Mr. Dan White

Judge Bill Fears

Ms Jennie Woodlee

EMERITUS MEMBERS Mr. Peter Banks Capt. Paul Barnes  Mr. Dallis Copeland  Mr. Joe Edwards  Mrs. Rosemary Evans  Mr. Calvin “Hoppy” Hopkins  Mr. Sidney Jennette 

Mr. C.A. “Lon” Knowles Dr. Mike Oxford  Mr. Tom Richardson  Mr. Larry Smith  Mr. T. Rogers Wade  Mr. Henry Walker  Rep. John Yates 

EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS

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GORDON STATE COLLEGE PUBLICATIONS Gordon State College has several publications that are issued during the year to better serve and inform students, faculty, staff, and the community about the purpose of and events at Gordon State College. The following publications are available in printed format and/or are posted on the Gordon State College website: COMMUNITY EDUCATION CATALOG Published every semester by Community Education listing course offerings, dates, times and cost, and it is posted online at http:/www.gordonstate.edu/ commed/home. It also lists payment and refund information.

GUIDE TO RESIDENCE HALL LIVING Published by Residence Life. Contains information, rules and policies concerning living in Gordon State College Residence Halls. ( http://www.gordonstate.edu/forms/housing/ hallguide.pdf ).

THE BLACKSHEAR JOURNAL An annual publication sponsored by the Literary Club and the Humanities Department. It is staffed by members of the Literary Club. Students, faculty, and staff may submit original material for inclusion.

PRESIDENT’S REPORT Published annually by the Office of Institutional Advancement. Award winning inaugural issue. Written to inform interested parties of progress and advancement at Gordon State College, also contains photos and interviews with prominent alumni. (http://www.gordonstate.edu/Alumni/ presidents-report).

GORDON STATE COLLEGE ACADEMIC CATALOG Updated and published each academic year. Contains such information as general policies, admissions requirements, financial aid information, fees and expenses, degree programs and transfer information, and other academic information. (http://www.gordonstate.edu/catalog/academiccatalog). GORDON STATE COLLEGE FACT BOOK An annual publication containing information, statistical data and projections for Gordon State College, and it is published by the Institutional Research office. The Fact Book is also available online at http://www.gordonstate.edu/ir/home.

TRAFFIC CODE Is published by Public Safety and lists policies, registration procedures, fines and appeals, and other regulations concerning traffic and parking on campus property. (http://www.gordonstate.edu/ publicsafety/traffic-codes)

THE CLAYMORE The monthly student newspaper which reports on Gordon news and activities. It is published by student editors and staff and funded by student activity fees.

VIEW BOOK & RECRUITMENT PACKAGE – published by the Admissions Office containing information about Gordon State College, applications for admission, Foundation scholarships, list of buildings, campus map, fee schedule, and instructions for filing for financial aid.

GORDON STATE COLLEGE WEBSITE www.gordonstate.edu.

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SCHEDULE OF CLASSES A collaborative publication between Academic Affairs and the other administrative offices. It contains list of course offerings/schedule per semester, deadline dates, fees, registration, drop/ add and withdrawal information and more. ( http://www.gordonstate.edu/schedule/classschedules-and-registration-information).

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ADMISSIONS


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Fal l2007

Fal l2008

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Fal l2013

Fal l2014

% ofAppl i ed Enr ol l ed

Fal l2015

% ofAccept ed Enr ol l ed

Appl i ed

Accept ed

Fal l2006

4, 645

2, 581

56%

1, 904

41%

74%

Fal l2007

4, 746

2, 656

56%

1, 850

39%

70%

Fal l2008

4, 828

2, 775

57%

1, 990

41%

72%

Fal l2009

6, 136

3, 356

55%

2, 367

39%

71%

Fal l2010

6, 862

3, 571

52%

2, 522

37%

71%

Fal l2011

5, 443

2, 903

53%

2, 029

37%

70%

Fal l2012

4, 980

2, 497

50%

1, 746

35%

70%

Fal l2013

4, 971

2, 621

53%

1, 946

39%

74%

Fal l2014

4, 524

2, 660

59%

1, 849

41%

70%

Fal l2015

4, 956

2, 724

55%

1, 843

37%

68%

Undupl i cat edcountofal l appl i cant sf oradmi ssi oni nt hesummerorf al l t er msf ort heacademi cy ear .Admi s si ont y pesi ncl udef r eshmen,t r ansf er ,t r ans i ent , dual enr ol l mment ,andr eadmi t s.

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1 0y e a rHi s t or yofEnt e r i ngFr e s hme nAppl i c ant s 4, 500 Appl i ed 4, 000

Acc ept ed Enr ol l ed

3, 500

Appl i c ant s

3, 000

2, 500

2, 000

1, 500

1, 000

500 0 Fal l2006

Fal l2007

Fal l2008

Fal l2009

Fal l2010

% ofAppl i ed Accept ed 53%

Fal l2011

Fal l2012

Enr ol l ed

Fal l2013

Fal l2014

% ofAppl i ed Enr ol l ed 46%

Fal l2015

% ofAccept ed Enr ol l ed 88%

Appl i ed

Accept ed

Fal l2006

2, 772

1, 468

Fal l2007

2, 865

1, 401

49%

1, 189

42%

85%

Fal l2008

2, 830

1, 449

51%

1, 247

44%

86%

Fal l2009

3, 788

1, 842

49%

1, 516

40%

82%

Fal l2010

4, 397

1, 894

43%

1, 555

35%

82%

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3, 067

1, 341

44%

1, 139

37%

85%

Fal l2012

2, 877

1, 140

40%

998

35%

88%

Fal l2013

2, 978

1, 279

43%

1, 144

38%

89%

Fal l2014

2, 680

1, 305

49%

1, 052

39%

81%

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3, 179

1, 407

44%

1, 068

34%

76%

1, 285

Undupl i cat edcountoff r eshmenappl i cant sf oradmi ssi oni nt hesummerorf al l t er msf ort heac ademi cyear .Admi s si ont ypei ncl udef r eshmenonl y .

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Al lAppl i cant s

Ent er i ngFr eshmen

4. 0 3. 5

800

3. 0

2. 5

Hi ghSchool GPA

SATScor e

600

2. 0 400

1. 5

1. 0

200

0. 5 0. 0

Hi ghSchool GPA

SATMat h

Fal l 2015

Fal l 2014

Fal l 2013

Fal l 2012

Fal l 2011

Fal l 2010

Fal l 2009

Fal l 2008

Fal l 2007

Fal l 2006

Fal l 2015

Fal l 2014

Fal l 2013

Fal l 2012

Fal l 2011

Fal l 2010

Fal l 2009

Fal l 2008

Fal l 2007

Fal l 2006

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Al lAppl i cant s SATVer bal 453

Ent er i ngFr eshmen

SAT Combi ned 891

Hi ghSchool GPA 2. 73

SATMat h 432

SATVer bal 444

SAT Combi ned 876

Hi ghSc hool GPA 2. 74

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SATMat h 438

Fal l2007

442

452

894

2. 81

432

442

874

2. 81

Fal l2008

438

451

889

2. 81

430

441

871

2. 80

Fal l2009

424

434

858

2. 75

418

428

846

2. 74

Fal l2010

420

428

848

2. 75

416

423

839

2. 77

Fal l2011

430

439

869

2. 84

422

430

852

2. 82

Fal l2012

437

444

881

2. 86

427

433

860

2. 84

Fal l2013

427

433

860

2. 93

412

418

830

2. 88

Fal l2014

427

438

865

2. 92

413

425

838

2. 89

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421

434

855

2. 92

410

423

833

2. 87

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Geor gi aHi gh Top50 School

Al l Ot her s NonGeor gi a. .

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3, 091

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Fal l2009

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361

329

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969

235

221

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390

367

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618

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137

656

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122

111

399

471

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146

117

729

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131

98

491

550

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154

129

673

750

121

102

471

530

Fal l2015

175

174

706

776

111

113

439

493

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Enr ol l edt heFol l owi ng Year( Ret ai ned) 573

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1, 127

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51. 6%

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1, 048

534

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577

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493

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570

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4, 665

4, 433

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4, 054

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114

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78( 10%) 49( 6%)

Dekal b

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Bi bb Spal di ng

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Upson

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29( 4%) 27( 4%)

Lamar

24( 3%)

Fay et t e

22( 3%)

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15( 2%)

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14( 2%)

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Gr eene

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3( 0%)

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Spal di ng Ful t on

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Pi ke

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Cl ayt on

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Dekal b

51( 5%)

Upson Bi bb

42( 4%) 37( 4%)

Fay et t e

36( 4%)

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24( 3%)

Gwi nnet t

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION


Re ve nueandExpe ndi t ur e s Educ at i on& Ge ne r al Re v e nuebySour c e FY20122013

Sour ce Tui t i onandf ees

Ex pe ns ebySo ur c e

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FY20142015

FY2015Sour ce 2016

12, 063, 405 13, 381, 768 12, 920, 935 13, 242, 608

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Di s count sonTui t i on 5, 736, 937 6, 306, 684 6, 320, 746 6, 617, 244 andFees St at eappr opr i at i ons 11, 367, 744 11, 236, 106 11, 902, 426 11, 980, 705 Local appr opr i at i ons

0

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58, 964

55, 569

36, 870

424, 563 1, 302, 450 5, 205, 520

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0

17, 999

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38, 042

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2, 404, 644

2, 324, 920

2, 889, 578

2, 923, 747

7, 093, 661

6, 571, 577

8, 972, 876

8, 652, 456

Gr andTot al 29, 574, 238 29, 090, 579 30, 406, 992 30, 234, 465

28, 772, 388 29, 711, 093 30, 330, 542 34, 369, 075

35M

AnnualPer centChange Revenue Amount FY20122013 FY20132014 FY20142015 FY20152016

FY20132014

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Ac ademi c s uppor t I nst i t ut i onal s uppor t St udent s er vi c es Ot herc or e ex pens es

Gover nmentgr ant s 10, 071, 568 10, 455, 058 10, 338, 479 10, 444, 666 andc ont r ac t s Pr i v at egi f t s ,gr ant s , 382, 077 461, 318 131, 429 75, 950 andc ont r ac t s I nves t menti nc ome

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%

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29, 711, 093

3. 26%

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2. 08%

30, 406, 992

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34, 369, 075

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30, 234, 465

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Not e:FY20152016Rev enuei nc l udes$4. 4mi l l i oni nSt at eFundsf orLi br ar yConst r uct i on.Const r uct i onexpenseswi l l bedepr eci at edovert hel i f eoft hebui l di ng.

Per cent agebySour ceFY2015-2016 Revenue Tui t i onandf ees

38. 5%

Di s count sonTui t i onandFees

19. 3%

St at eappr opr i at i ons

34. 9%

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30. 4%

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43. 7%

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6. 7%

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11. 2%

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9. 7%

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Re ve nueandExpe ndi t ur e s Auxi l i ar yEnt e r pr i s e s Re ve nuebySour c e FY20122013

Sour ce

FY20132014

Ex pe ns ebySo ur c e FY20142015

FY20152016 Sour ce R e s i d enc e 5, 473, 003 Hal l s

Resi denc e Hal l s

4, 672, 202

5, 090, 975

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Di ni ngHal l

2, 227, 980

2, 433, 222

2, 654, 840

2, 724, 765

BookSt or e

2, 201, 475

2, 105, 127

2, 096, 439

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5, 201, 442

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2, 310, 144

2, 318, 367

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2, 043, 112

1, 927, 075

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655, 043

550, 638

544, 023

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300, 790

345, 718

303, 079

353, 679

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AnnualPer centChange Revenue Amount FY20122013 FY20132014 FY20142015 FY20152016

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10, 127, 997

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10, 540, 226

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Per cent agebySour ceFY2015-2016 Revenue Res i denc eHal l s

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24. 5%

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FACILITIES


SpaceUs agebyBui l di ng Bui l di ngName 225Geor gi aAvenueHouse

Gr oss Squar e Year Foot age Bui l t Bui l di ngUse 1, 790 1939 Of f i c es

402SpencerHouse

1, 768

1946 I ns t i t ut i onal Ef f ec t i v enes s

404SpencerHouse

2, 168

1945 Communi t yEduc at i on

406Spencer

2, 362

1956 Wel c omeCent er

Academi cBui l di ng

28, 545 1982 Cl as s r oomsf orbus i nes s ,s oc i al s c i enc e,andhumani t i esc our s es Depar t mentofHumani t i es Labor at or i es–wr i t i ngl ab,s t at eof t hear tc omput ers c i enc et eac hi ngl ab

Al umniHouse

4, 353

1938 Al umni of f i c e

Al umniMem Hal l

29, 407 1963 Gy mnas i um

At hl et i cCompl ex

4, 345

Fac ul t yof f i c es 1993 Conc es s i onsOf f i c es Ti c k etof f i c e Fi neAr t s

37, 950 1994 Ar tgal l er y–ownedbyGor donSt at eCol l ege Foundat i on Ar ts t udi os Audi t or i um Cl as s r ooms Cos t umes hopands t or age Dr es s i ngr ooms Mus i c al r ehear s al r ooms Shopar ea Theat erDepar t mentof f i c es

Geor gi aHouse

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Gor donCommonsBl dgA

55, 395 2005 St udentapar t ment s

Gor donCommonsBl dgB

55, 395 2005 St udentApar t ment s

Gor donCommonsBl dgC

55, 395 2005 Nur s esOf f i c eandHeal t hCent er

Pay r ol l

St udentHous i ngDepar t ment Publ i cSaf et y St udentapar t ment s Gor donHal l

10, 520 1951 At hl et i c sDepar t ment Of f i c esf orPubl i cSaf et y Rec r eat i onDepar t ment

Gor donVi l l age

132, 495 2008 St udentApar t ment s

Gr eenhouse

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Gui l l ebeauHal l

22, 888 1935 Li br ar yRepos i t or y

Hi ght owerLi br ar y

34, 866 1978 Conf er enc er oom

I nst rCompl ex

102, 428 2000 Cl as s r ooms

2011 Bi ol ogyc our s es

Li br ar y Comput erands c i enc el abor at or i es I nf or mat i onTec hnol ogy Sc hool ofAr t sandSc i enc es Lambdi nHal l

25, 471 1908 Ac ademi cAf f ai r s Admi s s i ons Adv anc ement Bus i nes sAf f ai r s Fi nanc i al Ai d Of f i c eoft hePr es i dent Pur c hasi ng Regi s t r ar

Mel t onHal l

29, 641 1995 Dor mi t or y

Nur s&Hl t hSci ences

59, 309 2010 Cl as s r ooms Sc hool ofNur s i ngandHeal t hSc i enc es

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SpaceUs agebyBui l di ng Bui l di ngName Nur s&Hl t hSci ences

Gr oss Squar e Year Foot age Bui Cu l a s s r og oms l t B i l d i n Use 59, 309 2010 Sc hool ofNur s i ngandHeal t hSc i enc es Si mul at i onLabs

Pl antOper at i ons

16, 253 1985 Cent r al st or es Fac i l i t i esof f i c es Mai nt enanc es t or age

PoolCompl ex

11, 004 1995 Swi mmi ngpool

Russel lHal l

27, 068 1966 Cl as s r ooms Depar t mentofBus i nes sandPubl i cSer v i c e Depar t mentofHi s t or yandPol i t i c al Sc i enc e

Smi t hHal l

13, 146 1939 Sc hool ofEduc at i on

St udentAct i vi t y&Recr eat i on

55, 272 2015 Ar ena Fi t nes sCent er GameRoom St udentAc t i v i t i es

St udentCent er

60, 270 1977 At r i um ar ea Audi t or i um Book s t or e Caf et er i a Conf er enc er oom Mai l r oom St udentAf f ai r s St udentCouns el i ngCent er St udentl ounge

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DOROTHY W. HIGHTOWER COLLABORATIVE LEARNING CENTER & LIBRARY MISSION The mission of the Dorothy W. Hightower Collaborative Learning Center & Library is to support the teaching, learning, and research needs of the college community by providing a knowledgeable staff, resources, tools, information, learning spaces, and instruction in evaluative and lifelong learning skills.

student enrollment, and the desire to implement new technological and collaborative learning spaces, the Hightower Library underwent a full renovation during fiscal year 2016 and re-opened in April 2016 as the Dorothy W. Hightower Collaborative Learning Center & Library.

The first floor of the collaborative learning center & library contains the reference books, reading and study lounges, microfilm and The Dorothy W. Hightower Library scanning machines, bound and was built in 1978 as a two-story current periodicals, computers, and facility with 32,190 square feet of b/w and color printers. The research and study space for more Assistive Technology Room, also than 450 students. Due to increasing located on this floor, provides

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computer hardware and software for viewing large print, as well as dictating and reading aloud text. The Presentation Practice Room is also available for group study and practicing for presentations, and job interviews or internships. The second floor contains the circulating book collection, individual and group study rooms, library instruction classrooms, and individual and group study tables. Most of these rooms and study spaces contain writable white board surfaces. While the group study rooms have large monitors to attach an electronic device for viewing content while studying.

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DOROTHY W. HIGHTOWER COLLABORATIVE LEARNING CENTER & LIBRARY TECHNOLOGY AND RESOURCES As the collaborative learning center for Gordon State College, the library combines traditional library services with modern educational technology. Resources and services are available for users attending classes at the main campus as well as at off campus sites and online. Users may browse the shelves for more than 103,000 books, including reference tools, or search for specific items using GIL-Find, the on- line catalog, which also contains over 35,000 full-text electronic books. Library users have access to over 300 databases in GALILEO which includes abstracts and summaries on numerous subjects as well as full-text articles. In addition to books and periodicals, the library houses a collection of videos and DVDs for use in the library or for classroom use. Equipment is also available in the library for viewing these materials. GALILEO (Georgia's statewide library information system) connects users to full-text journal and magazine databases, electronic reference tools, other on-line library catalogs, and authoritative Internet resources. GALILEO articles, Internet 2015 - 2016 Fact Book

documents, and word-processed papers may be printed on the library's laser printer. SERVICES Library orientation and instruction classes are essential to effective library use. Therefore, faculty members are encouraged to schedule an orientation session to help their students use the library's resources and services more successfully. Individual instruction and reference help, as well as research guides, are always available at the Reference Desk and the Circulation Desk, as well as on the library’s web site. As a member of a regional group of cooperating libraries, Hightower Library makes its collection available to other academic institutions. In return, Gordon State College students have access to the resources from other college, public, and special libraries, either through GIL Express (a resource-exchange service within the University System of Georgia) or Interlibrary Loan (a national lending system).

the library’s collection; to check out books with their valid Gordon State College I.D. and to read, research, and study while in the library. Hightower Library promotes a positive learning and collaborative environment by providing an assortment of study spaces: computer stations, individual study rooms, group study rooms, an Assistive Technology Resource Room, Presentation Practice Room, printing, and wireless access. Faculty members are likewise encouraged to browse and utilize the library’s holdings, recommend resources for acquisition, and utilize the facility for their classes and research. Hightower CLC & Library connects the Gordon State College community, both on campus and online, to the resources and services that support academic coursework, research, and lifelong learning. More information about the Dorothy W. Hightower Collaborative Learning Center & Library can be found online – http:// www.gordonstate.edu/library/home. Source: Dorothy W. Hightower Collaborative Learning Center & Library

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FINE ARTS FACILITIES THE ART, MUSIC AND THEATER PROGRAMS ARE LISTED UNDER THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMANITIES AND ARE HOUSED IN THE FINE ARTS BUILDING ALONG WITH THE FINE ARTS AUDITORIUM.

ART The Art Department has specialized workspaces; ceramics studio, drawing studio, a painting studio, and a dark room for film developing, with storage for supplies and equipment.

complete portable sound system with Shure microphones.

Within the Academic computer lab, the music department has a complete Finale notation software system. The Music Department has the distinction of being an For display of completed works there are secured “All-Steinway School,� utilizing Steinway & Sons display cases in halls and the stairwells of the Fine Boston upright pianos exclusively for practice and Arts Building as well as an open gallery area in the classrooms and two Steinway & Sons nine-foot Fine Arts Building rotunda. Additionally, an annual concert grand pianos for concert performances. The student and faculty art exhibit is held in the program also features ten Roland electronic pianos, Foundation Room of the Student Center every April. one Computer/MIDI station, Korg piano lab system, one 4 1/3 octave Adams concert Marimba, one MUSIC Musser Pro vibraphone, four Adams concert Timpani, The Music Department offers a well-rounded a full complement of percussion accessories, one curriculum for voice, piano, guitar and selected vintage Rogers drum kit, one pair of professional instrumental majors. Within the Fine Arts Building the conga drums, stereo system with Onkyo, Technics and Music Department has, a large choral room (seats Harman/Karden components, and a Wenger stereo about 70), four piano practice rooms, an Office/ cabinet. There is also an organ practice room Choral Library, piano lab/theory room, a percussion containing an Allen Digital Computer organ, which practice room with marimba, vibraphone timpani has three manuals and full pedalboard. and drum set, storage space for concert attire, piano storage, and uses the auditorium for performances. The Music Library contains Wenger music storage Additionally the program has a Kurzweill 88-key equipment, Gamble storage boxes, and 1000 professional keyboard with amplifiers, and a choral, band, jazz band and chamber ensemble title.

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FINE ARTS FACTILITIES THEATER The Theater Department holds it performances in a state-of-the-art full proscenium theater, with reserve seating for 483. The theater is handicap accessible and equipped with the SoundMate Hearing System to assist the hearing impaired. The costume shop is equipped with four deluxe sewing machines, two sergers, 12 dress forms (male and female), and a washer and dryer, and has a large separate costume storage room. The dressing rooms (male and female) are equipped with showers, 34 separate make-up stations (20 in the women’s area and 14 in the men’s area) with mirrors, electrical connections, and vanity lighting at each station. A ticket box office is available for advance ticket reservations and sales.

in use, increasing the stage area. In 2006, a soft Marley dance floor that can be laid to a maximum coverage of 50’ x 27’ or 1,350 sq. ft. was added. The theater’s newly upgraded sound system is composed of a Mackie 32-8 mixing console, QSC power amplifiers, six EV house speakers, two Mackie house subwoofers, ten Sennheiser wireless mics, ten Shure wireless mics, Aphex compression units, Telex headset system, and Audio-Technica, Sennheiser, and Telex microphones. The lighting system includes an ETC Idea 48 lighting console, 96 ETC dimmers, Altman, Colortran, and ETC instruments. The department also owns two High End Studio Spot 250 intelligent lighting instruments.

The scene shop, adjacent to the stage, is fitted with a table saw, band saw, panel saw, compound miter saw, Source: Gordon State College Department of air compressor and complete line of pneumatic tools, Humanities cordless drills, and a bench grinder. Also in the shop is secured tool storage complete with a full line of hand tools and accessories. The loading dock is easily accessed from the shop. The stage area is approximately 1,320 sq. ft., with 280 sq. ft. of wing space, complete with flies, drops, and an orchestra pit, which can be covered when not 2015 - 2016 Fact Book

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ATHLETICS AND RECREATIONAL FACILITIES Gordon State College has a wide range of athletic and recreational facilities open to students, faculty and staff. The Athletic Complex contains a lighted soccer field (120 x 80 yds) with two permanent goals, and an intramural soccer field (120 x 80 yds) with four moveable goals. A lighted softball field, lighted baseball field, six lighted tennis courts, four open air (three walls) racquetball courts, and a sand volleyball court are also part of the complex. Within the main complex building, you will find classrooms, concessions, and bathrooms. Students, faculty and staff also have access to the Aquatic Center which contains an enclosed 25 meter pool with six lanes. The

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pool may be used for various activities. For your convenience, there are locker rooms and showers located within the facility. The Student Activity and Recreation Center houses a basketball arena with 2118 bleacher seats, a weight room, a cardio room, a game room, a multi-purpose room, food services area and a Student Activity Office Suite. The Athletic Complex provides fields, a walking path, and a ropes course featuring a climbing wall and zip wire. Source: Gordon State College Student Activities

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HOUSING Gordon State College’s residence halls provide an opportunity for students to both study and live within the Gordon community. This combination provides the best environment to support student success, especially during the first years of college. We aim to provide students the opportunity to exercise their independence, as well as strengthen their interpersonal skills while using college resources to save time and money. In seeking the perfect on-campus housing arrangement, students have several options to consider. Gordon currently has three housing units: Gordon Village, Gordon Commons, and Melton Hall. Gordon Village opened Fall Semester 2008 and featured the first residence hall bistro/restaurant and card swipe access. The Village is adjacent to 2015 - 2016 Fact Book

the Commons and is a vital part of the campus, making it even more convenient to class. Each apartment is individually rented by the bedroom and designed with today's college students in mind. It is loaded with amenities any new freshmen or returning student would want. Offering three types of fully furnished apartments, it accommodates the student desiring only one other roommate while sharing the comforts of a 24 hour computer lab, 24 hour laundry facility, high speed wireless access in public places, lounges with flat screen televisions, and vending areas on all floors. The Gordon Commons are located at the heart of the Gordon campus, making it extremely convenient to class. Each apartment is individually leased by the bedroom and 77

designed to meet the needs of today’s college students. Offering 2 and 4 bedroom, fully-furnished apartments, Gordon Commons also offers computer labs, laundry facilities and vending areas within each building. Lastly, Melton Hall is located on the East side of campus which makes it closest to Gordon’s Dining Hall, Student Success Center and Hightower Library. While hall mates interact in common area facilities such as lobby areas, laundry/ vending machines, computer stations, and study areas, roommates (per resident) share an open space room supplied with a twin size bed, dressers drawers and closet area. Source: Gordon State College Residence Life Facilities


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