We are very thankful to the collective commitment of faculty, staff and students over the past year. Georgia College confronted and met the challenges due to the pandemic. It's time now to look to the fall when we will return to a more normal life on campus. The university will continue to follow guidelines established by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Georgia Department of Public Health, and the University System of Georgia to ensure we maintain a healthy and safe Bobcat community.
What You Need to Know
The University System of Georgia (USG) continues to recognize COVID-19 vaccines and boosters offer safe, effective protection and urges all students, faculty, staff and visitors to get vaccinated and/or boosted either on campus or with a local provider. As USG works closely with the Georgia Department of Public Health to prioritize the health and safety of campus communities, the system encourages people to wear masks based on their preference and assessment of personal risk.
Fully vaccinated individuals can resume campus classes, work and other activities without physically distancing. Unvaccinated individuals are strongly encouraged to continue socially distancing from others when possible. Summer courses will continue to observe appropriate levels of social distancing to accommodate the schedules and classroom assignments that have already been set.
The University System of Georgia recognizes COVID-19 vaccines offer safe, effective protection and urges all students, faculty, staff and visitors to get vaccinated either on campus or with a local provider.
We are partnering with the Baldwin County Health Department, located at 100 Ireland Drive, who are providing a vaccine drive-thru clinic on Tuesdays and Wednesdays between 8:30 a.m. to 12 noon as well as between 2:00 p.m. until 3:45 p.m. No appointment is necessary during those times. Additional vaccines are also available at local pharmacies in and around the Milledgeville area.
Please call Student Health (478-445-5288) if you need further information on local sites for vaccination.
Spring 2022 will include a full slate of programs and experiences to enhance the co-curricular and social collegiate life. We’ll follow Georgia Department of Public Health guidelines in mitigating issues related to the COVID-19 pandemic during student programs and activities.
Events and Gatherings
As the University System of Georgia has instructed us, we will follow the most recent executive order from the governor related to events and gatherings. The university may also establish specific guidelines for hosting events and gatherings.
Georgia College will follow the state government's position on travel. As of May, the non-essential travel ban has been lifted; however all local ordinances and guidelines for travel and airline requirements must be followed, especially when related to international travel.
Georgia College will follow COVID-19 guidelines of the Peach Belt Conference.