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Greenville alumni maintain their ties to the College in many ways. They connect with their classes or with the Greenville College Alumni Association (GCAA). Alumni of all ages follow the Greenville College and Greenville College Alumni Association pages on Facebook. They also follow @GCAlumni on Twitter. And alumni come together through the network of regional alumni associations across the country, or they meet and reconnect through events hosted by Greenville College or other alums, and events back at the College like Homecoming.

GC's alumni communities provide a wide range of opportunities for socializing, networking and travel, and contribute significantly to the rich alumni experience that defines Greenville.

 

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Kent Krober Returns to GC as Athletic Director; Doug Faulkner Transitions to Dean and Associate Professor

Kent Krober Returns to GC as Athletic Director; Doug Faulkner Transitions to Dean and Associate Professor

January 31, 2014

The Greenville College athletic department will soon be under new leadership as Kent Krober has accepted the college’s position as athletic director.
Greenville College Welcomes Rachel Held Evans to Campus February 6 and 7

Greenville College Welcomes Rachel Held Evans to Campus February 6 and 7

January 28, 2014

Greenville College is pleased to welcome Rachel Held Evans to campus on Thursday, Feb. 6 and Friday, Feb. 7. Evans is an award winning Christian author, blogger and speaker whose blog receives over a quarter of a million visits per month and features a range of topics regarding faith, doubt and culture.
Greenville College Students, Alumni and Faculty Invest in Prison Communities

Greenville College Students, Alumni and Faculty Invest in Prison Communities

January 22, 2014

Since 2009, GC students and professors, as part of the Greenville College Prison Initiative, have regularly visited the Federal Correctional Institution south of town. They tutor incarcerated men and women for the GED exam, play chess, lead a book club and so much more. Students investing themselves in the prison community echo examples set by Emeriti Professors Frank Thompson and Dan Jensen.