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Chess and Checker Club

Biology Club

Pre-Nursing Club

Mu Alpha Theta

Business Club

Rod Dogz

Amateur Radio Club

College Republicans

Color Guard/Drill Team

Rifle Team

Ranger Team

Ranger Challenge Team

Adventure Club

 

Student Government Association

Georgia Military College has a separate Student Government Association at each of it's campuses. The SGA deals with student concerns, promotes understanding within the college community, and administers all matters delegated to the student government by the President of Georgia Military College. SGA serves as the primary student voice to the administration in college affairs. Students are encouraged to participate in SGA and in the institutional decision making process. Elections are held yearly. Responsibility for governing the student body is vested in the students themselves. (The constitution containing policies and procedures is available in the office of the Assistant Dean of Students.)

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Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity

Alpha Phi Omega is a coeducational national service fraternity open to any student who is interested in developing social awareness, leadership skills and a sense of brotherhood with other students. It not only is the single most represented intercollegiate organization in the United States of America, but the fraternity has active chapters in the Philippines, Canada and Australia, and alumni groups around the world. Members are offered opportunities to use their talents to be of service to the Nation, the community, the campus and fellow members, while having fun and forming lasting friendships. Alpha Phi Omega can be particularly beneficial to GMC Cadet by providing ample enjoyable opportunities to fulfill their quarterly community service requirement.

*Milledgeville and Warner Robins Campuses only.

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Phi Theta Kappa

Phi Theta Kappa is an international honor society for students in two year colleges. Since its founding in 1918, Phi Theta Kappa has been the only national honor fraternity for junior colleges. It serves to promote scholarship, develop character, and cultivate fellowship. To be eligible for Phi Theta Kappa, a student shall be of good moral character, shall possess recognized qualities of citizenship, shall participate in the development of chapter projects, and shall have established academic excellence as judged by the faculty sponsor in accordance with guidelines set by the International Constitution. Membership is by invitation only.

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Debate/Speech Team

The purpose of the Debate/Speech Team is to develop confidence and expertise in public speaking and enhance vital communication skills through participating in argument and interpretation through structured, judged competition. The members of the Georgia Military College Team travel to several tournaments involving both debate and individual speaking events. It is recommended that students with minimal experience register for English 261, Public Speaking.

*Milledgeville and Warner Robins Campuses only.

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Drama Club

The Drama Club is open to all interested students. Workshops and one act plays are planned so that students may learn the techniques of acting, directing, playwriting, stage-lighting, stage make-up, set design, and set construction. Qualified students are encouraged to choose and direct short plays for a variety of performing situations.

*Milledgeville and Warner Robins campuses only.

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Literary Magazine

Reflections is a compilation of student writing and art. It is published on the Milledgeville campus yearly under the supervision of the Humanities Division, using funds from the Student Activities budget. Students from all sites are encouraged to submit their work, join the staff, and enjoy the imaginative variety of student creations when Reflections comes out in the spring.

*Milledgeville, Columbus, Valdosta, and Warner Robins campuses only.

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Student Newspaper

GMC Today is published on the Milledgeville campus quarterly. It is written, produced, and published by students from all sites under the supervision of the Humanities Division. Financed by the Student Activity budget, it provides opportunities for students in creative writing, reporting, interviewing techniques, business and design. All students, alumni, faculty, and staff are encouraged to read and contribute articles to GMC Today.

*Not available at the Fairburn campus.

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Chess and Checker Club

GMC has an informal chess club to teach the fundamentals of chess and to allow students to test their skills against other students, faculty, and staff. Students of all skill levels are welcome to participate.

*Milledgeville, Augusta and Warner Robins campuses only.

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Biology Club

The biology club is open to all students who wish to gain biological experiences outside of those normally found in the traditional biology classroom and laboratory. Through field work, day trips, and overnight visits, the biology club members will more fully understand the impact of science on their daily lives and better appreciate the natural wonders to be found around Georgia. Members will also gain first hand knowledge that will improve their understanding of employment opportunities within the biological science systems. Membership in the club is free, but students are expected to cover individual trip or visit expenses.

*Milledgeville and Warner Robins campuses only.

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Pre-Nursing Club

The Pre-Nursing Club is open to all students who wish to pursue a health related field or wish to gain knowledge and experience of health related fields. Through group activities, day trips, overnight conferences and volunteer opportunities prenursing members will more fully understand the impact of the medical profession on their daily lives and better appreciate the field which they plan to pursue. Members will also gain first hand knowledge that will improve their understanding of employment.

*Milledgeville campus only.

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Mu Alpha Theta

Mu Alpha Theta is a national two-year college mathematics club. Its major purpose is to promote greater interest in mathematics and give recognition for excellence in mathematics performance by junior or community college students. To be eligible for membership a student must have completed two college mathematics courses with a grade of B or higher and have made a grade of no lower than a C in all mathematics courses attempted. A student must also maintain an overall 2.50 GPA. Membership is by invitation only.

*Milledgeville and Warner Robins campuses only.

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Business Club

The purpose of the GMC Business Club is to acquaint the student with the wide scope of business and its applications to everyday life as well as emphasize career opportunities in business. The club is open to all students.

*Milledgeville, Augusta and Warner Robins campuses only.

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Rod Dogz

Rod Dogz is open to all GMC students, faculty and staff members. The purpose of the club is to give members a constructive creative outlet. It offers the opportunity to learn from those more experienced with automobiles and their design. Members must maintain a 2.0 GPA. Organizational officers must maintain a 2.5 GPA. Ownership of an automobile is not a requirement.

*Milledgeville and Warner Robins campuses only.

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Amateur Radio Club

The GMC Amateur Radio Club exists to encourage student involvement in amateur radio, aid students in the licensing procedure, communicate with other hams and amateur radio clubs, and provide public service and emergency communication for the local community. Membership is open to all GMC students.

*Milledgeville and Warner Robins campuses only.

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College Republicans

GMC College Republicans is the GMC affiliate of the Georgia Association of College Republicans and the College Republican National Committee. These associations are the largest grassroots, student led, political organizations in the world. The GMC College Republicans provide the student body a fun, politically oriented organization and enables students to work directly with local and state political leaders making known and promoting the principles of the Republican Party and the conservative movement.

*Milledgeville and Warner Robins campuses only.

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Color Guard/Drill Team

Open to any student enrolled in ROTC at GMC, the Color Guard/Drill Team promotes the spirit of competition and discipline through the performance of precision executional military drill. The team often competes at national level competitions at various locations throughout the Southeast.

*Milledgeville and Warner Robins campuses only.

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Rifle team

The Rifle Team is open to GMC students enrolled with a full academic course load. Its purpose is to provide members an opportunity to compete in rifle marksmanship activities at the collegiate level.

*Milledgeville and Warner Robins campuses only.

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Ranger Team

The GMC Ranger Team is open to all enrolled ROTC students. Its purpose is to provide members an in-depth look at advanced tactics, focusing on small unit patrolling. The club offers its members the challenge of increasing self-discipline and physical stamina through challenging field exercises, white water rafting trips, and rappelling exercises. The Ranger Team is under the supervision of the Military Science Department Staff and a faculty sponsor.

*Milledgeville and Warner Robins campuses only.

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Ranger Challenge Team

The Ranger Challenge Team is ROTCs varsity sport. A ten-member team competes at State and Brigade level competition against other collegiate teams in such events as orienteering, weapons assembly, rope bridging, hand grenade assault course, and a 10-kilometer forced march. The Ranger Challenge Team is supervised by the staff of the Military Science Department and a faculty sponsor.

*Milledgeville and Warner Robins campuses only.

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Adventure Club

The Adventure Club is open to all GMC students enrolled in the Army ROTC Program. The purpose of the Adventure Club is to expose students to out of door activities that promote team building and the spirit of adventure. Officer Christian Fellowship The Officer Christian Fellowship is open to all GMC students. The purpose of the club is to reach out to the youth on campus through sharing Gods word on a spiritual level that can be comprehended regardless of their religious preference or denomination.

*Milledgeville and Warner Robins campuses only.

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Georgia Military College - Your Community Junior College
Georgia Military College - Your Community Junior College Georgia Military College - Your Community Junior College
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