Looking on as the ribbon is cut are members of the admissions and financial aid staffs as well as personnel from the bursar’s office of Gordon State College. In front is GSC President Kirk A. Nooks; Megan Davidson, vice president for Finance and Administration; John Head, vice president for Enrollment Management and Student Affairs; GSC Student Government Association President Kenya Brown; C. Jeffery Knighton, provost and vice president for Academic Affairs; and Montrese Adger Fuller, vice president for Advancement.

Gordon State College officially opened its newest campus addition recently with a ribbon-cutting celebration and tour of the Student Services Center.

The 11,271-square-foot building, at the corner of College Drive and Spencer Street, features desktop and laptop computer stations, a waiting room for parents and a meeting room that can accommodate seating for 60 or be used for events that require open space.

The center will house admissions, financial aid and personnel from the bursar’s office who will handle student accounts.

The University System of Georgia Board of Regents allocated funding for the $3 million project from its minor capital projects budget.

The building was designed by JMA Architecture, Interiors, Planning of Perry. Benning Construction Company of Atlanta was in charge of construction.

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