CAP Event: Christmas in the Springs
Fall semester final examinations
Emmanuel College Intramural Sports is a member of NIRSA (National Intramural Recreational Sports Association). NIRSA is the leading resource for professional and student development, education, and research in collegiate recreational sports.
Intramurals are a huge tradition at Emmanuel. Most of our students participate, and the competition is always spirited and fun. Men and women compete in a wide variety of sports, including flag football, basketball, volleyball, and ultimate frisbee.
Intramural rules available below:
Intramural forms available below:
“Now the Lord is the Spirit; and where the Spirit of the Lord is there is liberty; But we all, with unveiled face, beholding as in a mirror the glory of the Lord, are being transformed into the same image from glory to glory, just as by the Spirit of the Lord.” -2 Corinthians 3:17-18
Vision: The Revive dance team aspires to ignite the fire of God, reviving our audience in worship through various forms of dance.
Ministry: We minister to the Emmanuel College student body, church congregations, street outreaches and other dance projects.
Members: The team consists of Christian men and women who attend Emmanuel College.
Purpose: (1) To learn how to praise and worship God through various forms of dance, to concentrate on the biblical significance of liturgical dance, and to use dance as a medium to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ. (2) To use the spiritual gifts that God has equipped us with to glorify Him as a unique giver of talents.
Goals : (1) To demonstrate that God and His people are not bound to one worship style, (2) To revive the worship expression of “Karar” demonstrated throughout the Bible, (3) To allow God’s freedom and our passion to be portrayed through dance.
Click here to visit the Revive Dance Team Webpage.
For booking or more information, contact Dr. Rihana Williams.
The Emmanuel College Library principally serves the current students, faculty, and staff of the college, who may check out any circulating library materials. The library serves other patrons, including community borrowers, who may obtain a library card by completing a library application form and paying a $10.00 fee. The library is open to all who use it in a responsible manner.
Checking Out Materials
All patrons must present a current Emmanuel College identification card to check out materials. Current students, faculty, and staff must obtain their ID card at the beginning of each semester or through the Campus Safety Office (Dorothy Powell, x2878). Community borrowers will be issued a card at the library Circulation Desk upon registration and payment of the $10.00 fee.
Library patrons may check out materials only on their own ID and may not charge out materials for someone else.
Loan Periods, Renewals and Recalls
Different loan periods are established according to the type of patron and the type of material being circulated
Students and community patrons may check books out for 14 days. Reference materials, periodicals, cds, videos, dvds and Reserve Materials are library use only. Item loans can be renewed with a call, visit, or e-mail to the library personnel. Most books may be renewed up to two times. Community borrowers may renew items only once and are limited to a maximum of 10 books. Student borrowers are limited to a maximum of 20 books. Items which have been requested by another patron cannot be renewed.
Recalls: All materials are subject to recall if another borrower needs them or if a faculty member wishes to place them on reserve for a course. The Library may recall immediately any material needed for reserve use. Recalled items should be returned in one week or by the date specified in the recall notice. Your cooperation is appreciated in the prompt return of materials which have been recalled. Recall notices will be sent by email.
Library staff cannot provide faculty with information regarding another patron’s circulation record (Georgia state law).
Library borrowers are responsible for knowing when the materials are due. The library’s circulation staff will stamp or write the date due on the item and/or inform the borrower of the due date. Overdue notices are only sent at the end of each semester
Materials should be returned to the library’s circulation desk by the item’s due date to avoid fines.
Full-Time Faculty have an extended borrowing privileges for books and suspension of late fees. All faculty bear the responsibility for returning borrowed library material. Items checked out on a faculty card are the responsibility of that faculty member. All book items are checked out for a 45 day period with one renewal. All books are due at the end of the semester. Any renewals past the end of a semester must be approved by the Director of Library Services. Media items (cd, video, dvd) and Reference books have a 7 day checkout. A periodical may be checked out for a maximum of 3 days for photocopying. Items that are significantly late or not returned will be declared lost and become the financial responsibility of that faculty borrower. Loans are limited to a maximum of 50 items.
Adjunct Faculty have the same privileges as full-time faculty with the exception that ALL materials must be returned prior to the end of the semester. No extensions beyond the semester in which an adjunct faculty member is teaching can be given.
Fines and Lost Book Charges
Fines for overdue materials are $0.10 per day. A maximum fine is set per item and does not exceed the total cost of the item. Fines for recalled items which are not returned by the recall date are increased to $1.00 per day.
Items that are not returned or renewed will be assumed to be lost and the borrower will be billed for their replacement. For lost materials borrowers are charged for the replacement cost of the item ($35.00 per item, on average) plus a processing fee ($5.00). The bill for a lost item may be adjusted if the actual cost of replacement can be determined.
Borrowing privileges may be suspended for patrons with obligations for materials charged to their account. Students may not check out additional materials if they owe a fine from the previous semester or still have books checked out. Community patrons may not check out additional materials if they owe any amount in fines or lost book charges.
Mutilation, theft, or other deliberate abuse of library materials or facilities is prohibited and will result in disciplinary action or cancellation of borrowing privileges.
The borrower is responsible for materials returned in a damaged condition. Charges for damaged materials may include either repair or replacement costs.
Books not available at the Emmanuel College Library may be requested through Inter-Library Loan. This service is available only to current student, staff, faculty, and administration whose library account is not restricted. (A student's account is restricted if items are overdue or fined from a previous semester.) Inter-Library loan forms are available online on the Library website.
UGA library borrower's card local faculty, staff and resident students can go to Royston Public Library and apply for a UGA borrower's library card for a limited time for $10.00. Please allow 7 business days to process the card. It can be renewed for free within the expiration date. The card can be used in the UGA library. Non-resident students should check with their local public libraries to see if they have a similar agreement with the UGA library.
GPALS reciprocal library borrowing privileges: Faculty, staff and students can receive a GPALS Borrowers Card from the Director of Library Services to use the facilities of and to borrow circulating materials at the following GPALS libraries: Andrew College, Art Institute of Atlanta, Atlanta Christian College, Berry College, Brewton-Parker College, Covenant College, John Marshall Law School, Piedmont College, Psychological Studies Institute, Savannah College of Art and Design, Shorter College, Thomas College, Toccoa Falls College, Truett-McConnell College, Wesleyan College and Young Harris College.
Emmanuel College is a military friendly school, according to G.I. Jobs.
The Military Friendly Schools list honors the top 15 percent of colleges, universities and trade schools which are doing the most to embrace America’s veterans as students. Criteria for making the list includes efforts to recruit and retain military and veteran students.
Lyric Tenor Leroy E. Bynum Jr. performs Tuesday, Oct. 26, at 7:30 p.m. in Taylor Memorial Chapel at Emmanuel College. Dr. Bynum is accompanied by Mimi Noda, a former Emmanuel College faculty member.
The public is invited to attend this free event, which is sponsored by EC’s Cultural Awareness Program (CAP).
(FRANKLIN SPRINGS, Ga.)—Daniel Kreft, an Emmanuel College freshman from Lavonia, receives a $2,700 UPS Scholars scholarship at EC this year.
This program is funded through the United Parcel Service Educational Endowment Fund and is administered by the Foundation for Independent Higher Education.
As Emmanuel College alumni gather to celebrate the 91st homecoming the first weekend in October, they are welcomed to an overflowing campus.
A boost in fall enrollment raises the student head count to 762, an increase of 40 students from last year. According to EC President Michael Stewart, the influx of new students has been most evident in the residence housing, which is filled to capacity.