The Arts and Sciences Building is equipped with the latest technology, making it well suited for multimedia presentations, satellite teleconferences and professional development meetings. The Arts & Sciences building includes an auditorium, ten multi-media classrooms, three electronic classrooms and forty-four classrooms with seating capacities ranging from 15 to 82 people. The auditorium and many other rooms have internet and cable connections.
For those that need a breath of fresh air, relax in the open courtyard at the center of the building or sit on a bench and listen to the fountain just in front of Arts & Sciences. These areas are ideal for outdoor receptions.
- Seats up to 299 persons
- Handicapped accessible
- Adjacent to restrooms
- Mounted video projector and screen
- Document camera
- Slide projector
- VHS videocassette player
- DVD and Laserdisc player
- Podium with microphone, wireless microphone and table top microphones
The Centennial Center Complex is a 97,000-square-foot multipurpose facility that can accommodate large functions such as athletic competitions, musical concerts and exhibits, as well as smaller banquets and receptions. In addition to three full sized basketball courts, there are three classrooms, with seating capacities ranging from 20 to 40 people, which may be arranged for classroom or theater seating.
Fixed seating for up to 4,078
- Vinyl and carpet floor covering available
- Portable dance floor (30' x 30')
- Portable stage (32' x 48')
East/West Teaching Courts
- Seats up to 400 persons
- Rubberized flooring
- 44' x 93' (4092 sq. ft.)
- Six lighted courts with asphalt surface
- 75' x 45', six lanes
- Bathhouse with 2175 sq. ft.
- Men's and women's restrooms, lockers, showers
Chappell Hall is home to the staff of the Extended University Division. Chappell Hall, with three large classrooms, two conference rooms and a state-of-the-art computer lab, offers conference and meeting space ideal for both formal and informal activities. Chappell Hall also contains a large dance studio (complete with a professional dance floor, barres, and mirrors) perfect for dance and other recreational activities. Between sessions, conference attendees can relax in the atrium adjoining the lecture hall. The Registration office is available for collecting fees, providing program support and distributing information on-site.
- Flexible seating arrangements for up to 50 persons
- Rooms seat up to 15 persons
The Georgia College Library is one of the largest libraries in the area, housing more than 450,000 volumes and including study rooms, computer labs, meeting areas and a cyber cafe serving Starbucks Coffee. It's also home to the Flannery O'Connor collection and the papers of the late Senator Paul Coverdell.
Maxwell Student Union houses the campus dining and catering services, the Paw Prints Bookstore, Subway, Einstein's, and Chick-Fil-A. On the first floor, the student lounge is a location for student oriented programming and services. The second floor consists of the Student Dining Room, Hoke Dining Room with a capacity of 75 people, the Bobcat Room with a capacity of 25 people and the University Banquet Room with seating for 160 people. Completed in 1972 and renovated in 2000, Maxwell Student Union offers a handsome decor, flexible for meetings, banquets, receptions and dances.
Miller Dance Studio houses the community dance program, as well as university dance and theatre courses. This 2,080 square foot facility has a heavy-duty professional dance floor, dance barres, mirrored walls and a state-of-the art sound system.
The Michael J. Peeler Complex, is located 2.2 miles from main campus, off the 441 bypass. The complex consists of baseball, softball and soccer fields, tennis courts and student housing. Available for recreation and social occasions, the covered pavilion has picnic tables, restrooms, and two barbeque pits and is adjacent to the athletic fields.
Kilpatrick Hall, located across the street from main campus, is home to the School of Education. The building has numerous classrooms and a wonderful open atrium, making it ideal for classes, meetings and conferences. Also located inside Kilpatrick Hall is Peabody Auditorium with fixed seating for 178 people.
- Seats up to 178 persons
- Handicapped accessible
Porter Hall provides space for the Department of Music & Theatre. Located in this building is Max Noah Recital Hall with a seating capacity of 150 people, a large band room with seating for 50 people and many small practice rooms with pianos and music stands. Max Noah Recital Hall hosts primarily musical and theatrical recitals and lectures.
- Seats up to 150 persons
- Baby grand piano and organ are available for performances
As a liberal arts university, we don't separate living from learning. In fact, we do everything we can to strengthen the connection between the two. Staying on campus for your conference puts you in the middle of everything. Our brand new, suite Residence Halls offer you almost every convenience of home from cable tv, to phone service, internet connections, recreation rooms, ice makers, vending and gathering areas.
A campus landmark, Russell Auditorium features Greek Revival architecture and an elegant decor which serves the university and community well. The auditorium is a popular location for many theatrical events including our own theatre department's productions and Allied Arts' presentations. In addition to the university concert and jazz band performances, Russell Auditorium is also home to the GC Joffrey South Workshops and the Nutcracker Ballet.
This facility is ideal for conferences or ceremonies that need to accommodate large groups in a graceful, dignified setting. Built in 1928 and renovated in 1996, Russell Auditorium is fully air-conditioned and handicapped accessible.
- Seats up to 980 persons
- Handicapped accessible
- 1,000 sq. ft. stage
- Orchestra pit
- Two large dressing rooms with lighted mirrors and shower adjacent
to stage - Computerized lighting system
The Student Activities Center, located across the street from the main campus, is ideal for wedding receptions, keynote addresses and other events accommodating large groups. The Center contains the Magnolia Ballroom with a large elevated stage on one end. Two smaller breakout rooms with flexible seating are also available in the Student Activities Center.