In the last two years of high school, it can seem like you are constantly bombarded with college fairs, phone calls, emails, and snail mail. College after college is trying to convince you to choose them for your higher education. Don't you wish you could just put all the marketing, gimmicks, and talk aside and know what a college is really like?
The practices are going strong, the pep band is gathering, and Emmanuel's eager fans are gearing up for this year's EC Basketball! To get those basketball juices flowing, Emmanuel College is hosting the Moonlight Madness Basketball Tip-off this Wednesday, Oct.
This Sunday Emmanuel College is hosting The Call on the Quad this Sunday, October 16th, 2011. In the spirit of the calls to prayer that have been happening all over America, students at Emmanuel will be gathering in Taylor Chapel to cry out in prayer and fasting for repentance, revival, and a fresh move of God on our campus and in America. We'll start off with a morning worship service and host times of prayer all day, ending with a night of worship.
This weekend is homecoming, October 7th and 8th, at Emmanuel! Alumni and friends of Emmanuel will be coming by the thousands to remember what God has done and celebrate what He's doing as Emmanuel makes some major steps into the future. To view this year's schedule, register online, or sign up for some of the events visit the Alumni and Friends site here.
Janet Paschal will be performing live at Emmanuel College Friday, October 7th at 7:30pm. As part of our yearly homecoming celebration, she will be singing selected songs from her career as an award winning gospel artist. Internationally acclaimed singer,songwriter, author, and talk show host, Janet Paschal has ministered world wide for more than three decades.
Yes, you’re reading it right. Zombies are definitely a culture by themselves, so why not include them on a Cultural Awareness Program? This CAP event will take place on Wednesday, September 28th at 3:00 PM in Taylor Chapel. Our presenter, Dr. Bob Wentworth, is an expert in toxicology and environmental contamination at the University of Georgia's Institute for Health Management and Mass Destruction Defense. He will deal scientifically and scripturally with the unusual subject of zombies.
The Cultural Awareness Program (CAP) of Emmanuel College is a series of cultural events open to students and the public. Their purpose is to help those who attend learn the value of discovering insights from listening to and reflecting upon a diversity of cultural expressions. CAP intends to stretch minds, enlarge personal preferences and promote better understanding of the broader diversity of esthetic experiences and beliefs. We believe so strongly in this that we require our students to attend at least three CAP events per each year of full time enrollment.
Click here for Fall 2014 CAP Events
All programs are in Taylor Chapel on Emmanuel's campus unless otherwise noted.
Emmanuel College will host a Georgia Department of Education Fitness Assessment Training workshop for Physical Education teachers and paraprofessionals from the Hart County and Franklin County School Systems Monday, September 12, 2011, from 8 am to 4 pm in the EC Gymnasium. This mandatory training is in response to a law (H.B.
Emmanuel College Alumni & Development Office presents
3rd Annual Springs’ Sprint 5K and 1 Mile Fun Run
Saturday, October 8, 2011 – 9:00 AM
Make plans to run/walk at the 3rd Annual Springs’ Sprint 5K and 1 Mile Fun Run at Emmanuel College in Franklin Springs, GA. The course will be run throughout campus and adjacent neighborhoods and will be all on paved streets. The first 100 adults to register will get a t-shirt.
Registration is $15.00. Registration will begin at 8:00AM with the Fun Run beginning at 8:30AM and 5K beginning at 9:00AM. The start/finish will be located at the Taylor Building. Registration is also available online at www.active.com.
Awards will be presented to Overall M/F, Masters M/F, and top three M/F in age groups beginning 10 and under through 75 and over. Finish line timing provided by Classic Race Services with complete results posted online at www.runningintheusa.com, www.active.com, and www.coolrunning.com.
Directions: Emmanuel College is located at 181 Spring Street, Franklin Springs, GA 30639. The Taylor Building is located on Spring Street across from the gymnasium. The college is convenient to Athens, GA and Anderson, SC.
For directions on a GPS system, enter “Emmanuel College”. For additional information, please contact Emmanuel College Alumni & Development Office, Shanterrin Harland at (800) 860-8600 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here to register for the Spring's Sprint through Emmanuel College.
Homecoming Weekend is just around the corner and we are preparing for our Annual Golf Tournament scheduled for Friday, October 7, 2011. The local Highland Walk Golf Course at Victoria Bryant State Park has been reserved for this event. This beautiful State course offers both a scenic and challenging layout.
Last year was a successful year for sponsorships at the Alumni & Friends Homecoming Golf Tournament. Your generous donations provided approximately $5,800.00, that went toward the ‘Entry/Plaza Project’ Fund. Your giving made the campus more beautiful and attractive. The National Alumni Board & the College want to “thank you” for your generous sponsorship donations.
This event has always been a highlight of Homecoming Weekend and provides great fellowship and camaraderie. Both individual and team prizes will be awarded. It is very important that you pre-register individually, or as a team, so we can prepare adequately for lunch and assign teams to their starting holes.
Registration begins at 12 noon and lunch will be served at the course covered pavilion immediately following registration. Cost for this Captain’s Choice Tournament is $50 per golfer which includes green fee, cart, lunch and prizes.
Let’s make this the largest Homecoming Weekend tournament ever!
Click here to register for the Alumni & Friends Golf Tournament.