Andrew College faculty and staff receive recognition - 9.16.19
Peggy Moore, student accounts receivable/collections officer; Amanda Knight, professor of English & coordinator of program development & accreditation; and Brice Herrin, director of I.T., all received 20 Years of Service awards at the August Faculty/Staff Workshop
Everyone loves a parade - 9.13.19
Andrew College is now accepting entries for their Homecoming parade which will be held on Saturday, October 5. All businesses, organizations, groups and individuals are encouraged to participate.
Tourism in the news again in Randolph County - 8.30.16
Cuthbert is back in the news again, thanks to the Tourism Division of the Georgia Department of Economic Development.
Andrew College Convocation open to the public - 8.15.19
Andrew College officially launches the new academic year on its campus Thursday, August 29 with an opening convocation ceremony at 11 a.m. in the G. Clyde and Ruth Tarrer Jinks, Sr. Physical Education Complex.
Young athletes learn basketball skills - 7.19.19
The Andrew College men’s basketball team held a camp last week for area elementary school students.
Andrew College supports youth camp experience - 7.9.19
The Allied Health Division at Andrew College is sponsoring four students from Clay County to attend the Peacebuilders Camp at Koinonia Farm in Americus. This was arranged through Clay County Health Partnership.
Andrew College student completes sustainable ag internship - 6.24.19
Kaylaya Charlton from Fort Valley, GA, successfully completed her 4-week long internship with Koinonia Farm in Americus, GA. This internship was the culmination of her sustainable agriculture studies at Andrew College.
Paulette Zinkann, CTR, Installed as President of the National Cancer Registrars Association - 6.11.19
Paulette Zinkann, CTR, was installed as the president of the National Cancer Registrars Association (NCRA) at its Annual Educational Conference in Denver, CO, on May 22, 2019.
Andrew College breaks ground on new building projects - 6.11.19
Officials and representatives from political, government, contractor and architectural organizations gathered with Andrew College President Linda R. Buchanan, Board of Trustee President George Flowers and other staff members for an official USDA groundbreaking on June 6.
Andrew College Student-Athletes Pick Up Academic Honors - 5.20.19
Andrew College Athletic Director Blake Williams announced that a record number of 16 Andrew College student athletes had been named to an Academic All-American Team. The two semesters minimum GPA to just be named is a 3.60.
Symbolic nurse pinning ceremony marks Andrew College’s journey to serve the region - 5.7.19
Andrew College heeded the call two years ago to start a nursing program which would serve the region and provide badly needed registered nurses to area hospitals and medical centers.
Andrew College Commencement activities play to overflowing crowds - 5.6.19
Andrew College’s Commencement festivities began on Saturday, May 4 with a traditional Baccalaureate program.
Spring Art Exhibition featured Andrew College student work - 4.30.19
The Andrew College Visual Art Program held a reception and open house on April 29 in downtown Cuthbert to showcase students’ work for the spring semester.
Andrew Announces Launch of the Summer Bridge Program - 4.29.19
Andrew College announced the launch of the Summer Bridge Program, an initiative aimed at giving underprepared students a jump start on their college careers.
Andrew College Names Jamison Williams as Head Men’s Basketball Coach - 4.23.19
Andrew College Athletic Director Blake Williams announced Monday that the new Head Men’s Basketball Coach will be Jamison Williams.
Andrew College announces 2019 Commencement program - 4.22.19
Robin Rau, CEO of the Hospital Authority of Miller County, will give the keynote address during this year’s Andrew College Commencement ceremony held on Saturday, May 4, at 1:30 p.m. in the Jinks Gymnasium.
Andrew College announces upcoming Fine Arts events - 4.18.19
Art, Music, and Theatre
Andrew College launch party and reading to highlight creative writing and art - 4.15.19
Andrew College’s art and literary journal, Spire Light, is having a launch party and reading on Monday, April 22 at 7 p.m.
Arts Around the Square Festival brings in tourists, locals and regional visitors - 3.26.19
The Cuthbert downtown square was filled with the arts on March 23 at the Arts Around the Square Festival. With the support of the Georgia Council for the Arts, Andrew College hosted their second annual festival.
Andrew College Timber Management program gains new connection - 3.15.19
The Timber Management program at Andrew College in Cuthbert, GA recently hosted representatives from F&W Forestry, an international forest resource management and consulting firm dedicated to helping landowners gain the most value and enjoyment per acre from their forestland.
Andrew College announces upcoming Fine Arts events - 3.11.19
Art, Music, and Theatre
Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero
Special movie to be shown in Andrew College’s Liddie Murphy Theatre on March 14th - 2.25.19
Thanks to Andrew College 2003 alum Jordan Beck, a special screening of the movie, Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero will be shown on March 14 in the Liddie Murphy Theatre in Old Main on the Andrew College campus in Cuthbert, GA.
Local connection aids in bringing respiratory therapy equipment to Andrew College - 2.22.19
Thanks to a local connection, Andrew College is now the proud recipient of professional Flotec regulators.
Art, Theatre, Music set to erupt around the Square in downtown Cuthbert - 2.21.19
With the support of the Georgia Council for the Arts, Andrew College will be hosting their second annual Arts Around the Square Festival on March 23, from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. in historic downtown Cuthbert.
Andrew College awards prestigious scholarships - 2.19.19
On February 8, 2019, Andrew College hosted Georgia high school seniors for its annual Pitts Academic Scholarship Competition.
Mystery develops in downtown Cuthbert - 1.28.19
Andrew College’s theatre department invites the community to an audience-interactive murder mystery performance, “Murder in the Square.”
Academic Competition at Andrew College brings out the best - 1.21.19
Andrew College hosted over 300 students from 17 area high schools in Georgia and Alabama on January 16 at its 15th Annual Academic Competition.
Cancer Registry Management program receives new status -1.18.19
The Formal Education Program Review Committee of the National Cancer Registrars Association (NCRA) awarded full accreditation status to Andrew College on Sept. 13, 2018 for its Cancer Registry Management certificate program.
Mural creation creating buzz in downtown Cuthbert - 1.15.19
Chris Johnson, assistant professor of visual art at Andrew College, is back at it again, thanks to a matching grant awarded by the Georgia Department of Economic Development’s Tourism Product Development office.
Andrew College Men’s Basketball Team Stays Red Hot - 1.14.19
The Andrew College men’s basketball team, led by first year Head Coach Justin Newton, has picked up right where they left off at the Christmas Holiday break, roaring out to a 14-2 start, and currently boast an eight game winning streak.
Andrew College’s Professor Nataliya Apanovich brings community garden to area - 1.7.19
Nataliya Apanovich joined the Andrew College faculty in August 2018 and teaches courses in the Sustainable Agriculture program.
Troy University and Andrew College sign articulation agreement - 12.12.18
Troy University and Andrew College (AC) held a historic articulation agreement signing on Wednesday, December 12, 2018 on the Andrew College campus.
Fall Art Exhibition featured Andrew College student work - 12.10.18
The Andrew College Visual Art Program held a reception and open house on December 3 in downtown Cuthbert to showcase students’ work for the fall semester.
Steel Magnolias draws large crowd - 11.27.18
Andrew College’s theatre department brought comedy and portraits of female strength and friendship to Cuthbert as it presented the beloved play, Steel Magnolias during four performances in November.
Lessons and Carols starts off the holiday season at Andrew College - 11.15.18
The Jones Chapel at Andrew College will come alive with music and reading on November 30 and December 1 at 7:30 p.m. as the music department’s Choraliers bring the annual Festival of Lessons and Carols program to the community.
Guest lecturer at Andrew College brings bees and beekeeping to life - 11.12.18
David Knight, a Dawson beekeeper and owner of Honey Pucker Farms, was a guest lecturer in Andrew College’s Introduction to Sustainable Agriculture Class on November 7.
Andrew College invites walkers to support veterans - 11.5.18
AndrewServes, a student leadership program at Andrew College in Cuthbert, will host their 4th Annual Mission 22 Walk for Veteran Suicide Awareness and Prevention event on Saturday, Nov. 10.
Andrew College Theatre to present Steel Magnolias from November 15-18 - 11.5.18
As their fall production and Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival Associate Entry, the theatre program of Andrew College is presenting the beloved play, Steel Magnolias, by Robert Harling.
Trees planted to increase plant and animal diversity - 10.26.18
The Timber Management Program at Andrew College along with the Sustainable Agriculture program held a tree planting day on October 23.
AndrewServes and the Andrew College Division of Fine Arts to host Haunted House in Old Main - 10.17.18
As a fundraiser for their student organizations, the Art, Music and Theatre programs are collaborating with AndrewServes on a Haunted House set in Old Main on the Andrew College campus in Cuthbert.
Crowd turns out for Andrew College Homecoming parade - 10.8.18
The Cuthbert community joined in Andrew College’s Homecoming celebration as they gathered to watch the annual Homecoming parade on Saturday, October 6.
Andrew college faculty and staff receive recognition - 9.21.18
Susan Beverly, chaplain, was commissioned as a provisional elder and reappointed as pastor of Cuthbert UMC for the 2018-19 year.
Tom and Kay Aderhold named Grand Marshals of Andrew College Homecoming Parade - 9.17.18
Andrew College has announced that alumni Tom ’69 and Kay Aderhold ’68, will serve as Grand Marshals of the 2018 Andrew College Homecoming Parade which will begin at 10 a.m. on Saturday, October 6.
Students reach into community - 9.14.18
Saturday, August 25 was a busy day for Andrew College. The AndrewServes Program hosted a Day of Service in which over 75 students, faculty and staff came together to work on community service projects throughout Cuthbert and Randolph County.
New school year launched at Andrew College - 9.10.18
Faculty and staff gathered the week of August 6 to launch the new school year with meetings and informational sessions.
Andrew College Homecoming Parade Call for Entries - 8.31.18
Looking for something fun to do? Why not join in Andrew College’s Homecoming parade on October 6? Parade entries are being accepted now.
Andrew College announces Author Series - 8.29.18
The Randolph Writer’s Group will host the Andrew College Author series on four separate Mondays from 12 - 1 p.m. in the Private Dining Room of the Turner Dining Hall on the campus of Andrew College in Cuthbert, Ga.
Fall Convocation opens the College - 8.25.18
The Jinks Gymnasium came to life on Thurs., Aug. 23 as students, faculty, staff and community members filed in.
Andrew College hosts Organization Fair - 8.20.18
Students turned out on August 13 to learn about college and area clubs and organizations they could participate in while at Andrew College.
Andrew College Convocation open to the public - 8.14.18
Andrew College officially launches the new academic year on its campus Thursday, August 23 with an opening convocation ceremony at 11 a.m. in the G. Clyde and Ruth Tarrer Jinks, Sr. Physical Education Complex.
Andrew College freshmen plant tree - 8.13.18
Andrew College’s incoming class of 2020 celebrated their arrival on Saturday, August 11 by planting a Nuttall oak tree on campus.
Andrew College announces approval of Respiratory Therapy degree program - 8.6.18
Andrew College received official notification on July 27 from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) that the agency has granted their request to begin an associate degree program in respiratory therapy.
Andrew College welcomes new students to campus - 7.30.18
Close to 140 new students and their families have been on the Andrew College campus throughout the summer as they attended one of the four Inspire Orientation days.
Andrew College announces new Dean of Student Affairs - 7.15.18
James D. McCoy has been appointed dean of student affairs at Andrew College. He began his new role on July 2, 2018.
Andrew College retirees and former employees enjoy luncheon - 6.26.18
The McDonald House, Andrew College’s president’s home, served as the host site for a luncheon on June 25 for retirees and former employees.
Andrew College announces new Vice President for Advancement - 6.11.18
Spencer Sealy from Columbus, Georgia has been appointed vice president for advancement at Andrew College and will begin his new role on July 2, 2018.
Andrew College Athletics name four new head coaches - 5.15.18
Andrew College Athletic Director Blake Williams announced the hiring of three new head coaches in the Andrew College Athletic Department on Friday, for the upcoming 2018-19 school year.
Andrew College Commencement creates memories - 5.14.18
Andrew College Commencement festivities brought the college and graduates’ families together on May 5.
Kirk Treible remembered - 5.14.18
Through song, prayer, fellowship and humor, Andrew College’s former President Kirk Treible was remembered by over 100 friends, colleagues, community members and family during a Celebration of Life on May 14 in Andrew College’s Jones Chapel.
Spring Art Show featured Andrew college student work - 5.14.18
The Andrew College Visual Art Program held a reception and open house in downtown Cuthbert on April 30 which showcased students’ work for the spring semester.
Andrew College faculty and staff receive recognition - 5.11.18
Thirteen members of the Andrew College faculty and staff are recognized for their accomplishments over the spring semester.
Former Andrew College President Kirk Treible’s life to be remembered - 5.3.18
Andrew College will hold a Celebration of Life service for former President Kirk Treible on Monday, May 14 at 11 a.m.
Andrew College announces remaining events for the year - 4.6.18
Andrew College’s remaining spring events on campus for the semester. The public is invited to all.
Andrew announces launch of the Summer Bridge Program - 3.21.18
Andrew College announced the launch of the Summer Bridge Program, a program aimed at giving underprepared students a jump start on college.
Arts Around the Square to bring life to downtown Cuthbert - 3.20.18
Andrew College will be hosting an Arts Festival on April 7, from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. in historic downtown Cuthbert.
Mystery develops in downtown Cuthbert - 3.19.18
Andrew College’s theatre department brought mystery, murder and intrigue to Cuthbert with their audience-interactive murder mystery performance, “Murder in the Square” on March 17.
Andrew College Nursing program passes another accreditation hurdle - 3.19.18
The Andrew College Nursing Division received notification on March 6, 2018 that the Associate Degree Nursing Program has been granted NLN CNEA pre-accreditation status
Enterprise State Community College and Andrew College sign articulation agreement - 3.14.18
Enterprise State Community College (ESCC) and Andrew College (AC) held a historic articulation agreement signing on Tuesday, March 13, 2018 on the beautiful ESCC campus.
Regenerative Agriculture professor speaks at Azalea Club - 3.7.18
The local Azalea Club hosted Dr. Drew Schiavone, assistant professor of regenerative agriculture at their February 22 club meeting.
Sarah Anne Staples Seminar Day held at Andrew College - 3.5.18
Andrew College launched their annual Sarah Anne Staples Seminar Day on February 20 with a lecture by guest speaker, Jenni Harris from White Oak Pastures.
Mystery develops in downtown Cuthbert - 2.26.18
Andrew College’s theatre department invites the community to an audience-interactive murder mystery performance, “Murder in the Square.”
Spire Light Open Call for Submissions - 2.19.18
Andrew College’s creative journal, Spire Light is accepting submissions from the general public as well as Andrew College students, faculty, staff and alumni.
Andrew College announces upcoming fine arts and cultural events - 2.16.18
Andrew College Arts Festival Saturday, April 7, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Downtown Cuthbert Campus Con (Comic-style convention) Saturday, April 14, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.Pitts Library.
Preview Visit Day held at Andrew College - 2.14.18
Over 25 families attended a Preview Visit Day on the campus of Andrew College on February 3.
Andrew College held 14th Annual Academic Competition - 2.9.18
Andrew College hosted approximately 300 students from 16 area high schools in Georgia and Alabama on February 7 at its annual Academic Competition.
Accreditation team visits Andrew College - 2.12.18
Andrew College received an official accreditation visit last week from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).
Randolph-Clay seniors visit Andrew College - 2.9.18
Randolph-Clay High School seniors were welcomed to Andrew College on February 9 for a morning of information gathering.
Jenni Harris to speak at Andrew College’s Sarah Anne Staples Seminar Day - 2.2.18
Andrew College invites the community to their upcoming annual Sarah Anne Staples Seminar Day lecture on February 20.
Students tour Randolph County Welcome Center - 1.22.18
Andrew College business students toured the Randolph County Welcome Center on January 19.
Former Andrew College president dies - 1.18.18
Andrew College regrets to share the sad news that former President Kirk Treible passed away on January 17 while on a travel vacation in Egypt. He was 76. Treible served as Andrew College’s nineteenth president from 1988-2002. He later served as interim president in 2014-15.
Andrew college faculty receive recognition - 1.15.18
Joan Darden, professor of nursing, has been appointed to the National League for Nursing’s Commission for Nursing Education Accreditation (HLN CNEA) as a navigator.
Students invited to attend AndrewServes Leadership Development - 1.8.18
AndrewServes, the community service and leadership development program at Andrew College, is offering students a special, hands-on chance to learn more about the program on Saturday, January 20 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m
Andrew College calls on students to attend Fine Arts Scholarship Audition Day - 1.5.18
Andrew College is holding a Fine Arts Scholarship Audition Day on Saturday, January 20 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Andrew College welcomes all gardeners - 12.20.17
Andrew College’s Regenerative Agriculture Club has created a community garden that is open to all gardeners, regardless of age or skills.
Book club provides discussion group for area readers - 12.20.17
Andrew College’s new book club invites Cuthbert and surrounding communities to participate in reading and discussing a novel this coming spring 2018.
Fall Art Show featured Andrew college student work - 12.18.17
The Andrew College Visual Art Program held a reception and open house on December 5 in a space downtown on the square which showcased students’ work for the fall semester.
Andrew College hosts holiday party - 12.15.17
Andrew College hosted a holiday party for the community on Dec. 14. Live music filled the downtown area of Cuthbert and created a festive atmosphere for all who attended.
Andrew College to be represented at upcoming theater festival - 12.7.17
Andrew College theatre students Raymone Smith, Cuthbert and Letrevious (Tre) Walton, Edison, were recently nominated to participate in the Irene Ryan Acting scholarship auditions at the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF) Region IV festival in February at Georgia Southwestern University in Americus. Irene Ryan, a professional actress best remembered as “Granny” from The Beverly Hillbillies television series, generously left a bequest that supports student actors across the nation through the KCACTF.
Doughnuts give quick energy to students as they prepare for final exams - 12.7.17
Mitchell Bernier, branch manager of Regions Bank in Cuthbert made a surprise visit to the Andrew College campus on December 5 with a supply of doughnuts to help students make it through finals week.
Lessons and Carols at Andrew College welcomes in the holiday season - 12.4.17
The Andrew College Choraliers delivered two Festival of Lessons and Carols programs on November 30 and December 1 in the Jones Chapel.
Andrew College announces new Board of Trustee members - 11.10.17
Andrew College announced that three new members have joined their Board of Trustees, effective October 2017.
Andrew College announces approval of Timber Management degree program - 11.8.17
Andrew College received official notification on October 30 from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) that the agency has granted their request to begin an associate degree program in timber management.
Andrew College professor speaks on accurate and inaccurate depictions of Native Americans - 11.06.17
November is National Native American Heritage Month. In recognition of Native American cultures, and before the Thanksgiving holiday, Dr. Jason Huddleston, English professor at Andrew College, wants others to be more keenly aware of the long and often dishonorable history of media’s misrepresentation of Native Americans.
Andrew College announces new Academic Dean - 10.30.17
Assistant Academic Dean Karan Pittman has been appointed Academic Dean and will begin her new role on June 1, 2018.
Albany Technical College and Andrew College sign articulation agreement - 10.23.17
Albany Technical College (ATC) and Andrew College (AC) held an articulation agreement signing on Monday, October 23, 2017.
Andrew College Theatre Program (A.C.T.) to present THE GOOD DOCTOR by Neil Simon
November 2-5 - 10.16.17
Andrew College Theatre will present the Broadway hit comedy by Neil Simon based on the short stories of the 19th Century Russian writer, doctor, and humorist, Anton Chekhov.
New book club invites community members to join group - 10.13.17
Andrew College’s new book club invites Cuthbert and surrounding communities to participate in reading and discussing a novel this November.
Andrew College English Composition courses raise awareness about homelessness - 10.12.17
Three of Andrew College’s freshman Composition courses are doing more than thinking about the chronic homeless problem in America.
Andrew College offers spring 2018 England trip - 10.11.17
Join Andrew College alumni, friends and community members on a Taste of England trip, May 7-16, 2018. Experience charming, historical, and proud English countryside and cosmopolitan London.
Andrew College receives gift of bicycles for student transportation - 10.2.17
Thanks to a generous donation, students at Andrew College in Cuthbert, Georgia are now enjoying riding bicycles as they move from campus to downtown classes or shopping.
Andrew College hosts Homecoming parade - 10.2.17
The community turned out for Andrew College’s annual Homecoming parade on Saturday, September 30.
Andrew College calling all Tiger Campers to Homecoming parade - 9.15.17
Andrew College is calling all past Tiger Camp participants to show their Tiger Pride and take part in the Homecoming parade which will be held on Saturday, Sept. 30 at 10 a.m. in Cuthbert. Lineup begins at 9 a.m. in front of Patterson Hall on the campus.
Annette & Julian Nichols named Grand Marshals of Andrew College Homecoming Parade - 9.15.17
Andrew College has announced that former professors Annette & Julian Nichols, will serve as Grand Marshals of the 2017 Andrew College Homecoming Parade.
Andrew College to dedicate Wilda and Jack Berryman Ceramics Studio - 9.15.17
In conjunction with Homecoming activities, the Wilda and Jack Berryman Ceramics Studio located at 715 College Street, will hold a dedication and open house on Saturday, September 30 at 5 p.m. The public is invited to attend.
Fall Convocation opens the College - 8.30.17
The G. Clyde & Ruth Tarrer Jinks, Sr. Physical Education Complex came to life on Thursday, August 24 as students, faculty, staff and community members filled the Andrew College gymnasium.
Andrew College receives final approval for cancer registry management certificate program - 8.28.17
Andrew College passed the final hurdle in the process of creating an online Cancer Registry Management program.
Andrew College welcomes community involvement in theatrical productions - 8.21.17
The Andrew College Theatre Program is opening its fall show to the community as a “town and gown” production and announces its auditions.
Andrew College welcomes new faculty - 8.21.17
Andrew College welcomed new faculty for the 2017-18 school year.
Andrew College Convocation open to the public - 8.14.17
Andrew College officially launches the new academic year on its campus Thursday, August 24 with an opening convocation ceremony at 11 a.m. in the G. Clyde and Ruth Tarrer Jinks, Sr. Physical Education Complex.
Volleyball team takes on Kindness Rocks Project - 8.14.17
The Andrew College volleyball team has joined the Kindness Rocks Project. In addition to a lot of intense volleyball practice last week, the team spent three evenings painting inspirational rocks.
Nursing department shows off new facilities - 8.14.17
In conjunction with faculty and staff fall workshops, the new nursing program at Andrew College held an open house for faculty and staff at their new facilities on August 10.
Andrew College welcomes new students to campus - 7.24.17
One hundred new students and their families have been on the Andrew College campus this summer for InSpire orientation days.
Tiger Camp draws to a close for this summer - 7.24.17
Recognizing a need for a summer camp for area children, Andrew College designed a summer camp last year.
Andrew College announces new staff appointment - 7.21.17
Tina Burnéy has been named dean of students at Andrew College, effective July 20.
Andrew College receives final approval to offer four-year business degree - 6.19.17
Andrew College received word on Thursday, June 15 from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACS), that approval was given for the college to offer a baccalaureate degree in business, effective fall 2017.
Andrew College faculty members achieve notable accomplishments - 5.22.17
Molly Gross, professor of English and Farrah Senn, assistant professor of English published the first print version of Spire Light
Andrew College receives check from AT&T - 5.22.17
Courtney Brinson,the regional manager for AT&T Georgia, presented a donation check to Andrew College President Linda R. Buchanan on May 17.
Andrew College Commencement festivities mark end of academic year - 5.15.17
Commencement festivities brought the community and college together on the weekend of May 6.
Andrew College receives final approval for registered nursing degree program - 5.9.17
Andrew College passed the final hurdle in the process of creating an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) program.
Andrew College announces 2017 Commencement program - 4.19.17
Senator Freddie Powell Sims, a native of Talbot County, Georgia, will give the keynote address during this year’s Andrew College Commencement ceremony.
Andrew College showcases art and music - 4.10.17
Andrew College has announced the final fine arts programs for the spring semester. Events are free and open to the public.
Andrew College awards prestigious scholarships - 4.1.17
On March 18, Andrew College hosted Georgia high school seniors for its annual Pitts Academic Scholarship Competition.
Andrew College announces Honors Convocation - 3.20.17
Andrew College will hold its annual Honors Convocation on April 6 at 7 p.m. in the Cuthbert United Methodist Church.
Albany school tours Andrew College - 3.20.17
God’s Foundation Christian Academy high school students from Albany toured Andrew College in Cuthbert on March 15. Andy Geeter, vice president of enrollment, welcomed 15 students and school officials to campus and discussed college opportunities and the advantages of choosing Andrew for their college education.
Andrew College invites the public to the play, You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown - 3.20.17
Charles Schulz’s beloved comic comes to life at Andrew College in Clark Gesner’s classic musical, You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown.
Registration now open for Andrew College’s summer Tiger Camp - 3.14.17
Andrew College is again offering a summer Tiger Camp Youth Program for area children, ages 5-12.
Registration now open for Andrew College’s summer classes - 3.14.17
Andrew College has announced that registration is now open for 2017 summer classes. Classes range from Human Anatomy to Theatre to Math.
Students inducted into Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society - 3.8.17
The Andrew College Theta Lambda Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa held its spring semester induction ceremony on Thursday, February 16.
Andrew College professor accepted into summer fellowship program - 3.2.17
Assistant Professor of History Charles Roberts, has been accepted into The Governor’s Teaching Fellows Program.
Sarah Anne Staples Seminar Day held at Andrew College - 3.2.17
Andrew College launched their annual Sarah Anne Staples Seminar Day on February 28 with a lecture by guest speaker, Bill Harlan in Jinks Gymnasium.
Andrew College celebrates Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. as part of Black History Month - 2.17.17
In conjunction with Black History Month, Andrew College held a Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration on February 15 in the Jones Chapel.
Lighting ceremony at Hord Athletic Complex sets the stage for a win - 2.13.17
Andrew College’s baseball team played their first night game in the history of the college on February 10 at the Hord Athletic Complex.
Andrew College holds 13th Annual Academic Competition - 1.30.17
Andrew College hosted more than 360 students from 19 area high schools in Georgia and Alabama on January 25 at its annual Academic Competition.
Andrew College’s Nate Gross plays role in Springer production Of Mice and Men - 1.20.17
The stage version of Steinbeck’s legendary masterpiece opened in the Springer Opera House in Columbus on January 19 and features Andrew College’s Nate Gross who plays the part of Curley.
Andrew College Writing and Reading Center to present at annual Southeastern Writing Center Association (SWCA) conference - 1.13.17
Three Interdisciplinary Writing and Reading Center (IWRC) tutors and Caroline Collins, director of the IWRC at Andrew College, will partner with tutors from Georgia Southwestern State University to present two sessions at the annual SWCA conference to be held in mid-February at the University of Mississippi.
Andrew College announces staff promotions - 1.6.17
Personnel changes at Andrew College have been announced, effective January 1. Karan Pittman, Benevolence, has been promoted to the position of assistant academic dean, and McKenzie M. Ragan has been promoted to the position of director of library services and educational technology coordinator.
AndrewServes hosted week of activities for Habitat for Humanity awareness - 12.12.16
The AndrewServes Servant Leadership Program of Andrew College kicked off a week of awareness activities for Habitat for Humanity on November 14.
James Brooks hired as Fighting Tiger’s Head Men’s Basketball Coach - 12.8.16
The Andrew College Fighting Tigers have hired James ‘‘Jamie’’ Brooks as their Head Men’s Basketball Coach to restart the program for the 2017-2018 season.
Fall Art Show features Andrew College student work - 12.6.16
The Andrew College Visual Art Program held an open house on Monday, December 5 which showcased students’ work for the fall semester.
Festival of Lessons and Carols at Andrew College welcomes in the holiday season - 12.5.16
The Andrew College Choraliers delivered two Festival of Lessons and Carols programs on December 1 & 2 in the Jones Chapel with participation from a gathering of community, faculty, staff and students.
Andrew College announces staff promotions - 12.2.16
Two Andrew College employees have received promotions. Andrew College has asked Julie Cadle, a familiar Cuthbert native, to take on the role of vice president for finance.
Andrew College to hold Art show and open house - 11.29.16
Andrew College will hold its Fall Art Show Opening Reception on Monday, December 5 from 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. in the Jamison Art Center on campus.
Andrew College held annual Halloween party - 11.14.16
Andrew College held their annual faculty and staff Halloween party on October 31. A guitar-playing bear, the Grim Reaper (a.ka., “They”), a fawn, a barefoot Roman knight in shining armor, cackling witches, Tweedledee and Tweedledum, faculty disguised as college students and costume-free people all came out to enjoy the festivities.
Andrew College announces Veterans Day ceremony - 11.7.16
Andrew College will be hosting a Veterans Day celebration to honor veterans on Thursday, November 10 at 3:30 p.m. in the Jones Chapel.
Andrew College announces staff changes to alumni and development team - 10.31.16
Andrew College has asked Mary Jane Langford Salter, a familiar Randolph County native, to help with its development and alumni relations initiatives.
Ghosts and goblins turned out for family-friendly fun fright night on the Square - 10.31.16
As the daylight faded and the city street lights erupted into sparkling luminaries, Andrew College put on a fun “Tiger Fest” Halloween show for area children and their families.
Andrew College invites the public to the play, The Diviners - 10.21.16
Andrew College invites the community to the always-incredible journey of live theatre. Jim Leonard Jr.’s captivating story, The Diviners,will be presented at Andrew College.
Faculty promotions announced at Andrew College - 10.20.16
The Andrew College Board of Trustees recently approved two faculty promotions.
Andrew College hosts 5K & Fun Run during Crossroads Festival - 10.17.16
The AndrewServes program at Andrew College has worked with the Randolph County Tourism Committee and the Crossroads Festival to once again bring the “Chasin’ That Buck!” Crossroads Festival 5K & Fun Run.
Men’s basketball and women’s golf added to sports lineup at Andrew College - 10.17.16
Andrew College has announced that it plans to add men’s basketball and women’s golf teams to the college sports lineup, starting with the fall 2017 semester.
Andrew College presents a family-friendly fun fright night for all age trick-or-treaters - 10.17.16
Join Andrew College students and staff as they present “Tiger Fest” on the Cuthbert town square. It will be held on Friday, October 28 from 7 - 9 p.m.
Andrew College receives check from AT&T - 10.7.16
Courtney Brinson, regional manager for AT&T Georgia, presented a donation check to Andrew College President Linda R. Buchanan on October 5.
Andrew College hosts election and civic engagement conversation on October 19 - 10.7.16
As the presidential election draws near, Andrew College is hosting an event for community members and Andrew students on the importance of voting and civic engagement.
New Alumni Association officers installed at Andrew College - 10.10.16
Elections of 2016-2018 Alumni Association officers were held on October 1 at Andrew College during the association’s annual meeting.
Andrew College offers a variety of fine art activities for the fall semester - 10.7.16
Andrew College has announced its Fall 2016 Fine Arts calendar. Events are free and open to the public unless stated otherwise.
Andrew College goes bananas at Homecoming parade! - 10.3.16
The community turned out for Andrew College’s annual Homecoming parade on Saturday, October 1.
AndrewServes scholars volunteer at Flint RiverQuarium Festival - 9.28.16
Thirteen AndrewServes scholars from Andrew College volunteered on Saturday, September 24 at the Flint RiverQuarium’s Water, Wings, and Wildlife Festival in Albany.
Andrew College assists with signage for Fletcher Henderson festival - 9.23.16
Andrew College and the Fletcher Henderson Jazz Festival teamed up to develop signage for the 2016 festival.
Andrew College hosts nursing program information session - 9.22.16
Andrew College will be offering a new two-year Associate Degree in Nursing program beginning Fall 2017 (pending SACS approval).
Crispin and Jimmy Gilbert named Grand Marshals of Andrew College Homecoming Parade - 9.20.16
Andrew College has announced that Crispin and Jimmy Gilbert, of Cuthbert, will serve as Grand Marshals of the 2016 Andrew College Homecoming Parade.
Andrew College announces new student leaders - 9.20.16
Student government officers and executive board members were recently installed at Andrew College. They are pictured, left to right, Alberto Leon, Lyons (senator); Jimmecha Carr, Albany (treasurer); Victoria Ficklin, Phenix City,AL (senator); Alexis Ellisor, Glenwood, AL (senator); Jaylan Ogletree, Mcdonough (vice-president); Ayreon Oliver, Columbus (president); Quintisha Brown, Atlanta (secretary); and Candice Baker, Hampton (senator).
British Shakespeare cast provides workshop for Andrew College students - 9.19.16
Andrew College students participated in a movement/expression workshop with the British performance troupe, CAST (Cambridge American State Tour) on Monday, September 12 in the dance studio on campus.
Andrew College dedication honors the life of Bobby Dews - 9.12.16
Mr. Bobby Dews, Andrew College Class of 1963, was formerly honored at a ceremony at the Andrew College Family Day Baseball Game on Friday, September 9 at Hord Field.
Andrew College receives Georgia Board of Nursing approval for nursing degree program - 9.12.16
Andrew College passed another hurdle in the process of creating an Associate Degree in Nursing program. On Thursday, September 8, the Georgia Board of Nursing gave their initial approval for the program.
Andrew College Writing and Reading Center receives grant - 8.31.16
The Interdisciplinary Writing and Reading Center (IWRC) at Andrew College received notice that they received a grant from the Southeast Writing Centers Association for collaborative tutor training.
Andrew College Fall Convocation opens the College - 8.29.16
The G. Clyde & Ruth Tarrer Jinks, Sr. Physical Education Complex came to life on Thursday, August 25 as students, faculty, staff and community members filled the Andrew College gymnasium with life.
Andrew College brings British Shakespeare cast to campus - 8.29.16
Andrew College will play host to a British performance troupe, CAST as they return to the college on Monday, September 12 at 7 p.m. for a performance of Shakespeare’s As You Like It. As a modern, gender-bending, bohemian aesthetic with live music, this play is one of Shakespeare’s best-loved comedies.
Andrew College announces new faculty members - 8.23.16
Andrew College welcomed six new faculty members to their ranks for the 2016-17 academic year.
Andrew College takes the lead on community service projects - 8.22.16
Saturday, August 20, 2016 was a busy day for Andrew College. The AndrewServes Program hosted a Day of Service in which over 50 students, faculty and staff came together to work on community service projects throughout Cuthbert.
Andrew College hosts Organizational Fair - 8.22.16
Students turned out on the first day of classes on Tuesday, August 16 to learn about the many clubs and organizations they could participate in while at Andrew College. Pictured is Visual Art Professor Chris Johnson and student, Candice Baker, Jonesboro, discussing the fun activities that the art club has to offer.
Andrew College’s AndrewServes scholars begin new academic year - 8.15.16
The Andrew College AndrewServes Servant Leadership Program welcomed its Scholars to campus on Wednesday, August 10 to attend their annual Fall Retreat.
Andrew College to host 163rd Convocation - 8.15.16
Andrew College officially launches the new academic year on its campus Thursday, August 25 with an opening convocation ceremony at 11 a.m. in the G. Clyde and Ruth Tarrer Jinks, Sr. Physical Education Complex.
Volleyball players excel in the classroom and on the court - 8.9.16
Andrew College’s volleyball players have arrived on campus for the start of the academic year. The team arrived a week early on Friday, August 5 to prepare for the coming season. Coach Donna Rountree had her players up and running quickly.
Andrew College students head to Pai Chai University in South Korea - 8.1.16
Amanda Knight, the division coordinator of humanities and associate professor of English at Andrew College, saw three Andrew students off to South Korea on Thursday, July 28 for an adventure and trip-of-a-life experience. Shamar Barnett, Georgetown, GA; Cassidy Austin, Perry, GA; and Brian Pritchett, Cartersville, GA are all taking part in a month-long learning exchange program with Pai Chai University, a sister United Methodist institution. Pai Chai’s campus is located in Seo-gu, in Daejeon metropolitan city, on the lower slopes of Yeonja Mountain. It has a student body of approximately 14,000 students.
Andrew College announces final approval of Regenerative Agriculture degree program - 7.25.16
Andrew College received official notification last week from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) that the agency has granted their request to begin an associate degree program in regenerative agriculture.
Andrew College Tiger Camp has been a summer success -7.18.16
Recognizing a need for a summer camp in the area for children, Whitney Mosley, dean of student affairs at Andrew College, thought that the beautiful Andrew College campus with its wonderful facilities, would be the perfect place.