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GPC Newsroom Debuts


For Immediate Release

Looking for a news release? You now can find all Georgia Perimeter College media releases at our GPC Newsroom.

The GPC Office of Marketing and Communications launched the Newsroom March 28.

In addition to college news releases with photos, the site offers resources for the media, including downloadable photos of college administrators and campus shots. Also new is the Experts page, which lists college faculty and staff members who are experts in their fields and available for comments or speaking engagements.

The GPC Newsroom also replaces the college’s In The Loop online newsletter.

The site includes feature stories and short news items plus content of interest to faculty/staff and students/alumni. All the popular features from In The Loop are included in the GPC Newsroom, including photo highlights, kudos and profiles of faculty, staff, students and alumni.

Visit the GPC Newsroom and let us know what you think. Email comments to

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  Hiwassee College faculty and staff visit Georgia Perimeter College
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