Student Organizations

Georgia College Athletic Training Student Organization

The Georgia College Athletic Training Student Organization (GCATSO) is a student organization committed to advancing athletic training students in the study of the athletic training profession. This includes focusing on the prevention, recognition, evaluation, management, treatment, and/or rehabilitation/reconditioning of musculoskeletal and general medical medical pathologies. GCATSO facilitates and supports the advancement of relationships between students and the Georgia Athletic Trainer's Association (GATA) and the Southeast Athletic Trainers' Association (SEATA). GCATSO also provides an avenue for pre-athletic training majors to connect with students who are currently in the athletic training education program. The GCATSO holds regular meetings to encourage professional relationships and fund raises throughout the year as an organization to further advance professional development opportunities within the profession.

The Public Health Student Organization

The Georgia College Public Health Student Organization (PHSO) is a student organization committed to developing community public health awareness through volunteer work, service-learning, and following the shared Public Health mission to Promote, Protect and Serve. The PHSO meets each month during the academic year and hosts workshops, health-related activities, and social gatherings for Community/Public Health Majors and Minors. For more information, please follow this link:

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 School of Health and Human Performance. 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 Society of Health and Physical Educators (Shape America) and the American College of Sports Medicine. It seeks to provide opportunities for students in the School of Health and Human Performance 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 recognition events. 

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