Georgian Court University (GCU) has been a trailblazer of opportunity for women since its founding in 1908 as an all-women’s educational institution. The university became co-ed in 2012, but its legacy of women’s leadership laid the strong foundation that makes GCU what it is today.
“While higher education generally provided what was then called ‘a chilly climate for women,’ at the time of its founding Georgian Court College was quite the opposite,” said Dr. Mary Chinery, Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences. “Georgian Court had women in every key leadership position – president, deans, department chairs, and more.”
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