Eta Sigma Gamma
Eta Sigma Gamma is a National Professional Health Science Honorary organization. Gamma Iota is our chapter of Eta Sigma Gamma which was established in 1992. The primary purpose of Eta Sigma Gamma is to further the professional competence and dedication of individuals who are in the health science professions.
The ideals of Eta Sigma Gamma are symbolized with a triangle surrounded by three joined circles. The triangle is divided into four equilateral triangles with each one containing a symbol representing the basic elements which are the foundation of the organization. The lamp of learning is in the center and is surrounded by an open book which represents teaching, a microscope which represents research, and an outstretched hand representing service.
Eta Sigma Gamma also seeks to:
- Elevate the standards, ideals, and ethics of health science professionals
- Establish autonomy for the health science discipline as a distinct discipline
- Encourage and attract capable people to careers in the discipline.
Eligibility requirements are established by the national organization.
Membership is open to any student with a major or minor in Health
Education: Community Health and Human Services who has
completed two semesters of college work. Graduate students are
also eligible to join. The student must have achieved at least a 2.7
GPA in one semester of full time coursework followed by a GPA of
at least 2.5 in the next semester of full time coursework. An overall
GPA of 2.5 is also required.
Georgia College Athletic Training Student Organization
The Exercise Science Club
The Georgia College Exercise Science Club
is a professional service organization committed to the continued
growth of students in majors in the Department of Kinesiology.
The club provides opportunities for students to become actively
involved with professionals in the field of exercise science. The
Exercise Science Club cooperates with the National Strength
and Conditioning Association, the American Alliance for Health,
Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, and the American
College of Sports Medicine. It seeks to provide opportunities for
students in the Department of Kinesiology to develop professional
and social relationships with other students and faculty at Georgia
College and other institutions of higher education through
participation at local, state, and national conferences. The
Exercise Science Club holds regular meetings and organizes
or sponsors workshops, clinics, recreation activities, and student
Dr. Lisa Griffin
Campus Box 112
Milledgeville, GA 31061