Ganey Inducted Into Hall of Fame

Coach Ganey with children, (Michael and Nancy) and former players Former Emmanuel Men’s Basketball Coach, Jim Ganey (class of ’61), was inducted into the Emmanuel Athletics Hall of Fame on Saturday, November 20.  Ganey attended Emmanuel from 1959-61, serving as captain or co-captain of the men’s intercollegiate basketball team for both years he played under Coach Bill White. He…

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Congratulations, Fall 2021 Graduates!

Emmanuel College Class of 2021 23 students (21 baccalaureates, 2 associate) walked across the John W. Swails Center stage on Saturday, November 20 to receive their diplomas from Emmanuel College. Grayson Bradley, a Diversified Agriculture major from Mansfield, GA. was named the Fall 2021 Valedictorian.  Dr. Tracy Reynolds served as the Fall 2021 Commencement speaker, sharing an important message…

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Shaping The Future – EC Student Spotlight on Briannah Henry 

Emmanuel College may reside in Franklin County, but for EC student, Briannah Henry, Franklin County has and always will be home.   Briannah began her journey at Emmanuel when she dual enrolled as a high school student at Franklin County HS. She quickly fell in love with the small campus and found comfort in being surrounded by other believers….

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Pastor C. Tracy Reynolds to Speak at Fall Graduation

Emmanuel College is thrilled to celebrate our Fall 2021 graduates on Saturday, November 20 at 3:00 p.m. in the John W. Swails Center. Approximately 26 graduates will be receiving their degrees.  Pastor C. Tracy Reynolds will be serving as the Commencement Speaker.  Tracy Reynolds has been in pastoral ministry for over forty years vocationally, serving lengthy tenures in three…

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Go Into The Nations – EC Student Spotlight on Jordan Wallum

Go Into the Nations. This was a calling EC sophomore, Jordan Wallum heard loud and clear as a sophomore in high school.  At the time, becoming a missionary was something Jordan was interested in, but hearing the Lord’s voice speak the words was the confirmation she needed.  Jordan accepted that calling and never looked back.  Another decision she was sure…

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A Helping Hand – EC Student Spotlight on Britney Lamey

Written by: Roger Hermosilla Hinijo Emmanuel College is known for its diversity among its student body. Students from across the world call our campus home during their four years of college.  Some come to Emmanuel for the college’s academic curriculum, others for its success across different athletic programs. However, a large population of our community seeks a combination of…

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Emmanuel Named Top Tier College By U.S. News & World Report!

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For the tenth consecutive year, U.S. News & World Report has named Emmanuel College a Tier One Top 50 Best Regional College (South). For 2022, Emmanuel sits in 40th place in regional rankings. “Emmanuel College continues its high-quality tradition with ten consecutive years in the top fifty regional colleges and universities in the South,” said Emmanuel President, Ron White. “Also, we continue high-tech, state-of-the-art…

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Emmanuel Temporarily Transitions To Online Learning

Due to an increase in COVID-19 cases on campus, the Emmanuel College COVID Response Team announced a revised, temporary action plan that will be put into effect Thursday, August 26 through Monday, September 6.  The main measures implemented include: •          Classes will be delivered solely online.  •          All indoor group meetings will be canceled or converted to virtual/outdoor meetings. •          The Shaw…

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EC To Kick Off Semester With Alpha Weekend!

Each fall, the Emmanuel community comes together for a weekend of worship and fellowship called Alpha Weekend! This year we’ll be joined by two outstanding speakers, Pastor Manny Arango and Pastor Beth Stephens Johnson who are ready to bring a good word and help kick the semester off the right way! Services will be held on Friday, August 13…

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Leading With Kindness – EC Spotlight on VP for Student Development Mandrake Miller

When Mandrake Miller arrived in Franklin Springs to visit Emmanuel College, the rural close knit community he found reminded him of home. This was a deciding factor for the Manning, SC. native who was named Vice President of Student Development earlier this summer.  After obtaining his bachelor’s degree from Morris College, Miller continued to complete his M.S. in Organizational…

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