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An Instant Connection – EC Student Spotlight on Emmalee Bell

Emmalee Bell wanted to start fresh. With her sister graduating from Emmanuel, Emmalee was set on attending a college where no one knew who she was, but God had other plans. Because she continued to be exposed to Emmanuel, Emmalee decided to attend a Spring Preview event during her final semester of high school, and looking back she’s glad…

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Emmanuel Announces 2020 Honor Graduates

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Congratulations to all Emmanuel’s 2020 Honor Graduates! GRADUATION MARSHALS 2020  Caleb Mooring  Logan Reese  Alexa Quarles  Grayson Bradley  Hannah Abernathy   BACHELOR DEGREE HONORS  Anna Holcombe, Valedictorian, Summa Cum Laude  Brianna Vaughn, Valedictorian, Summa Cum Laude  Denita-Sue Pieterse, Honor Graduate, Summa Cum Laude  Megan Currie, Honor Graduate, Summa Cum Laude  Lochlain Corliss, Honor Graduate, Summa Cum Laude  Charity Williams, Honor…

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Supplying a Need and Giving Back Through Sustainable Farming – EC Spotlight on Lucas Sasaki

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Three years ago, Lucas Sasaki arrived at Emmanuel College from Brazil to play collegiate tennis and earn a degree in business.  Soon after settling into the small college town of Franklin Springs, Georgia, he accepted a work-study position on Emmanuel’s 40-acre campus farm and his love for farming began to grow. Since changing his major to diversified agriculture, Sasaki…

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Emmanuel College Response to COVID-19: Student Emergency Relief Funds

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We hope that you and your family are healthy and safe. We continue to pray for an end to the pandemic and for economic recovery.  If you have been following current events, you are aware that the congressional stimulus package, the CARES Act, included dollars intended to provide emergency aid to students enrolled in college. College administrators have been…

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embracing now: pain, joy, healing, living – Pastor Chris Maxwell Publishes New Book

Chris Maxwell’s second collection of poems, embracing now: pain,joy, healing, living continues Chris’s honest meditations on the trials of being simultaneously both a caregiver and a sufferer of viral encephalitis and, beyond all of that, a man living an everyday life. His honesty about his trials throughout lends sincerity to his affirmations of belief and ultimate embrace of hope….

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Emmanuel to Offer Degree in Agricultural Education!

Emmanuel College is excited to announce the addition of Agricultural Education to the School of Education beginning fall 2020!  This hands-on degree program will prepare students for careers in teaching agriculture to students in grades K-12. Education is a fast-paced and exciting career for those interested in making a difference in learners. Due to the variety of subjects and…

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A Step In Faith – EC Student Spotlight on Hannah Abernathy

Hannah Abernathy thought she had heard the Lord wrong. Growing up, she attended Youth Quest and Accelerant within the IPHC, and it was there where the Lord confirmed that she was to attend Emmanuel College. She began to pursue his plan for her, but every time she did, roadblocks would continue to stand in her way.  “I remember praying,…

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Emmanuel, North Georgia Tech Update Articulation Agreement

Earlier this month, representatives from Emmanuel College and North Georgia Technical College met at the NGTC Currahee Campus to sign an updated articulation agreement between the two institutions.  The original agreement was signed in Spring 2017 and spelled out the transfer of course credits into Emmanuel’s Elementary Education program from North Georgia Tech’s Child Development program.  The updated agreement…

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Emmanuel Launches Online Program!

Emmanuel College is excited to announce that beginning in May 2020, we will offer online programs in the following areas: •    Criminal Justice, including minor in Homeland Security (launching in May 2020) •    Business (launching in May 2020) •    Christian Ministries (launching in August 2020) Classes will be eight weeks long, with two class modules per semester. Students will enroll in two…

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