Free Quarter Of Education Is Waiting On You Before July 8, 2011

Top Quote Georgia Military is expanding its learning foundation. The new campus will be located at the base of the state's largest attraction, named Stone Mountain Park. End Quote
  • Atlanta, GA (1888PressRelease) July 03, 2011 - By Tom Livsey, Topix National News Editor,

    The first thing that most people can attest to, is that timing is crucial, no matter what you do. So it should not be a great surprise that getting an early start towards your higher education, is any different.

    Time is money and in this case, time can save you tuition, at Georgia Military College's newest Stone Mountain Village campus , if you apply by July 8, 2011...

    That's right, here are just two reasons to get a jump on the other new college students, and become eligible to receive a quarter of free knowledge at GMC this fall !


    Free tuition to the class of 2011 high school graduates who apply for federal and state financial aid. Must enroll Fall 1 quarter, by July 8, 2011, the quarter will start August *, 2011 !

    2. Also announce FREE TUITION to City of Stone Mountain employees who apply for state and federal financial aid. State and Federal aid applications must be complete and submitted for processing by July 8 prior to enrolling in Fall 1 classes, starting August 8, 2011.

    Mrs. Janis Anderson who received her MBA at Saint Leo University in Florida, then proceeded to harvest another MBA from Central Michigan in Human Resources , will head GMC's newest campus in Dekalb County.

    She a very passionate educator who listens to our new generation concerns. Mrs. Anderson loves fearlessly to teach others!

    Mrs. Anderson will be the Extention Center Director for the Stone Mountain Village campus.

    Georgia Military College was established in 1879 by act of the Georgia General Assembly "-to educate young men and women from the Middle Georgia area in an environment which fosters the qualities of good citizenship."

    The school was originally called Middle Georgia Military and Agricultural College and was ceded state government lands surrounding the Old Capitol Building, which was the seat of government for the State of Georgia from 1807-1868.

    The Old Capitol Building, then as now, is central feature of the Milledgeville, Georgia campus and sits on the city's highest point.

    The name of the school was changed to Georgia Military College in 1900. Legislative acts of 1920 and 1922 severed the relationship with the University of Georgia and gave a local Board total power over the operations of the school.

    In 1930 the official addition of a junior college division to the College-preparatory secondary school finally justified its name.

    In 1950 the War Department designated the institution a "Military Junior College." Today Georgia Military College is one of only five United States Military Junior Colleges.

    The Georgia Military College of today is made up of a two-year liberal arts multi-campus junior college and a preparatory school (grades 6-12).

    The college is a co-educational public institution operating under the direction of a publicly elected Board of Trustees. GMC has been a Liberal Arts Junior College

    Developing Intellect and Elevating Character since 1879.

    Admissions contacts: Peggy Schnitzer, 678-379-1414

    For more information please contact the persons below:

    Janis Anderson

    Extension Center Director

    Georgia Military College-Stone Mountain campus


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