From June 12-27, EC Serve reaches out to Uganda through Psychology Faculty Dr. Blake Rackley ('02), Cassie Hall ('16), Miki Cain ('16), Laura Gonzales ('17), and William Hearn ('17) along with David Cain.
They will be ministering in the University in Kampala, Uganda, and the local orphanages and surrounding villages. They are taking supplies for medicine, soccer, and several types of technologies for churches.
For the second straight year, Adam Beadles (’98), a local physical therapist, and his wife Dawn ('01) will lead a team of students to Jarabaccoa, Dominican Republic, from June 14-22, 2016.
“I am very passionate about what all the Lord has allowed me to be a part of in the Dominican Republic over the past four to five years,” Mr. Beadles said.
Dr. Tony Moon has served as a Professor of Christian Ministries at Emmanuel College for 33 years. However, his relationship with EC started a few years before he was brought on as a faculty member.
When athletes are injured during a game or practice, they are helped off the field by the team’s athletic trainer. What goes on behind the scenes and throughout the treatment and recovery process often goes unnoticed.
The Emmanuel College Athletic Department is grateful for its partnership with the Athens Orthopedic Clinic, a group that has done so much behind the scenes for the more than 500 EC student athletes and their coaches.
Approximately 150 students walked across the stage May 7, 2016, at the John W. Swails Center with an estimated 120 earning a bachelor’s degrees and another 25 earning the associates:
Emmanuel Arts Academy offers its ninth Fine Arts Summer Camp 2016 is June 13-17 from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Emmanuel College.
Celebrating the summer with the theme Imagine, campers receive professional instruction in music (guitar, voice, and piano), musical theatre, drama, visual art, graphic design, creative writing, and photography.
FRANKLIN SPRINGS, Ga. - Emmanuel College Alumnus Phillip Bowen (’98) will deliver this year’s commencement address to approximately 150 graduates, their families and friends at EC's graduation 10:30 a.m. Saturday, May 7, in the John W. Swails Center. Graduation can be watched via live streaming or on demand. Click here for details.
FRANKLIN SPRINGS, Ga. — Emmanuel College’s 6th Annual Student Research and Capstone Forum on April 22 featured projects and presentations by 41 students from various majors based on their original research.
“I’m replicating a study about the emergent literacy in rural and urban preschool programs,” says Christalynn Bonifacio, a Kinesiology Occupational Therapy major and junior at EC.
Effective this fall, EC offers a new four-year degree in Diversified Agriculture with three concentrations: