You have helped us to accomplish so much.

We have received transformational gifts in support of students and student programs, new and expanded academic offerings, modernized labs in nursing, sciences, and digital communication, new facilities, and the expansion of our global footprint.

  • Scholarships help Georgian Court students imagine and attain a future that never seemed possible. Nearly 300 students annually receive scholarship support funded through the generosity of donors — that’s $1million in direct support to students.  Scholarship support is critical to GCU students, who often juggle school, work, and family life in their pursuit of a college degree.
  • GCU’s Global Education Program gives students access to the world, enabling them to connect with the world in authentic and relevant ways, and leveraging their experiences with study and service abroad into rewarding careers. Donor support established this program at GCU in 2012, and it continues to make the dream of global education possible with scholarships, travel subsidies, and tools to stay connected abroad and at home. 
  • Students learn best from experience, and a recently established endowment for the Class of 1967 Endowed Speaker Series brings speakers with broad experience to campus. The inaugural speaker, entrepreneur Randal Pinkett, showed how GCU’s dynamic learning environment could benefit from a deeper breadth of knowledge and a transformative experience that reaches beyond the classroom.  Recently, Frank DeAngelis, former principal of Columbine High School shared leadership lessons
  • Nursing continues to be listed among the top occupations in terms of job growth, and the Hackensack Meridian-Georgian Court Health School of Nursing’s program is designed to address the current and future nursing demands in New Jersey and beyond. Recent contributions to create a nursing observation and simulation lab brought state-of-the-art nursing technology into Hamilton Hall, an historic building on campus. These vital upgrades will help today’s students become tomorrow’s leaders in science and medicine.
  • The GCU Lions excel on the field, in the classroom, and in service to our community. Donors continue to generously support their efforts, including the installation of a turf field complex. Thanks to this generous support, GCU will host the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse and Soccer Championships.  GCU student athlets continue to compete and win on the field, in championships, and in life, earning the Helper Helper award for the most Division II service awards two years in a row.  
  • Employers are actively seeking students with experience in digital arts, digital communication, technology, and business — all areas in which GCU continues to show visionary focus. Seeing beyond what exists today, GCU emphasizes realworld applied knowledge in the new donor-funded Digital Media Lab, which gives students and faculty access to the newest technology to prepare them for the global job market. Thanks to this gift, GCU students are prepared for jobs that we can’t even dream of yet.
  • We continue to restore and refurbish the cornerstone buildings and gardens on the GCU campus that have captivated students and their families for many years. A number of new and exciting projects are underway at the Mansion, the Casino, and the Japanese Garden. Donor support of ongoing beautification projects continues to enrich Georgian Court.

More than 650 undergraduate and graduate students received degrees in 2018 thanks in part to the support of donors like you. You've helped them make it every step of the way.

Take a look at this video to see how your investment in Georgian Court will continue to help students for years to come.

Thank you!