A group of students from Emmanuel College’s Diversified Agriculture program were on hand at the 2017 International Production and Processing Expo in Atlanta, GA from January 31st-February 2nd.
It's almost time to register for Fall 2017 classes. To help you complete your FAFSA before you register, we have orgainized FAFSA Completion Days. These are days that you can meet one on one with our highly trained Financial Aid professionals for help completing your FAFSA. Simply drop in the Aaron 101 Computer Lab during one of the days and times below.
This event is open to both current and incoming students for Fall 2017!
Make sure you bring your FAFSA ID and Net Partner Log in info.
FAFSA Completion Days:
- Saturday Feb. 18th - 10:00am - 2:00pm
- Monday Feb. 20th- 10:00am - 1:00pm
- Tuesday Feb. 21st - 12:30pm - 3:30pm
- Tuesday Feb. 21st - 5:30pm - 8:00pm
- Wednesday Feb. 22nd - 10:00am - 1:00pm
- Saturday Feb. 25th - 10:00am - 2:00pm
If you have any questions contact the Financial Aid office by calling 1-800-860-8800.
Emmanuel College is proud to partner with host, Pleasant Grove Baptist Church of Bowman, GA and several other community organizations to host the Northeast Georgia Night to Shine on Friday, February 10th 6p.m. at the John W. Swails Center on Emmanuel’s campus, sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation.
Christian Universities Online published their annual list of Top 50 Best Value Christian Colleges and Universities of 2017, with Emmanuel College coming in at #17.
EC Alumnus, Kayla Buckner will tell you that she has lived 10 lives.
A 2010 Communication Studies graduate of Emmanuel College, Kayla had it all. She had a good job, an awesome car, and a great place to live right outside of Nashville. In an instant, it was gone and all she had left were a few bags of clothes and enough money to get her through two months of staying with friends and family. What happened? God asked for her yes, and she didn’t hesitate to give it.
We are excited to have Rev. Max Barroso, Director of IPHC’s The Awakening join us this week for SEND Conference 2017! While on campus, Rev. Barroso will speak at Chapel at 11a.m. on Tuesday in Swails and again on Wednesday at 3p.m. in Taylor Chapel for a CAP event titled “Immigration: Perspectives from an Immigrant”.
When preparing for college, the minds of high school seniors and their parents are often full of questions. “How can we afford college?” “What scholarships are available to my students?” That’s where the Financial Aid office comes in.
The Emmanuel College Financial Aid team is made up of four ladies that work tirelessly to make sure that each new student has been packaged each semester.
Gloria Hambrick has been with the Financial Aid office the longest, beginning her time at Emmanuel in 2000.
A Resident Assistant is defined as a trained peer leader who supervises those living in a residence hall or group housing facility on a college campus, but to Rachal Lawrence, being an RA means so much more.
A first semester RA at Jackson Hall, Rachal takes it upon herself to encourage, lift up, and listen to the girls living on her hall as she calls her hall-mates not only her friends, but her family.
Attending Emmanuel College for Debra Grizzle was what she was supposed to do. After graduating from Franklin County High School in 1976, a large group of her friends went on to EC and Debra followed suit. Growing up in the IPHC, attending Emmanuel College was just what she was expected to do. Little did she know, 40 years later the college that was at first just a part of her routine would become a part of her story.