What is Production Services?
Production Services, a department in the School of Continuing and Professional Studies, supports the Georgia College campus and surrounding area in terms of event technology and logistical needs in non-classroom settings. Our mission is to provide effective yet efficient support to facilitate events and productions on and off campus while instilling knowledge to users for a more technological and logistically aware future. By involving Georgia College students in these services, we aim to prepare and provide them with hands-on training to join the fast growing entertainment industry.
Working closely with Facility Reservations and the Office of University Events and Protocol, Production Services provides the necessary assistance, support, and/or training for your technological needs. The rates and fees for various requested services are available on the Facility Reservations website in the approved Georgia College Campus Fee Schedule.
On Campus Support Services
For on campus events contact Production Services.
For a list of on campus event space locations that Production Services supports, click here.
Off Campus Support Services
The same professional production services normally found on our campus are available off campus as well. Simply contact Production Services, and we'll be glad to discuss all options.
Livestream and recording services
Campus agreed rates for these services are listed below.
-On Campus Livestream and Recording - Utilizing installed camera equipment with an edited HD final video export. $65/hr with a four-hour minimum.
-On Campus Livestream and Recording - Multi-camera shoot with an edited 4K final video export. $95/hr with a four-hour minimum.
Policies and Procedures
A minimum of a two week notice is required to schedule a technical specialist for events on campus. A three week notice is required to support off campus events. Shorter notices will be accommodated if staffing is available.
Upon receiving an an event confirmation on campus, you will need to schedule a meeting with Production Services to discuss the logistical and technical needs and potential costs associated.
For services to be offered or equipment used off campus, a signed university service agreement must be in place. The signed service agreement will detail all services and costs associated.
Equipment will not be checked out or rented without a university service agreement.