Georgian Court University is a coeducational, diverse, forward-thinking institution that encourages intellectual inquiry, moral analysis, and social dialogue. At GCU, you will experience a comprehensive liberal arts education in the Mercy Roman Catholic tradition. GCU students learn to expand possibility while fostering their unique gifts and becoming more engaged citizens of the world. The university, which maintains a historic special concern for women, welcomes students of all faiths and backgrounds and offers a curriculum that is broad enough to be truly liberal, yet specialized enough to prepare you for graduate study or an exceptional career.
Georgian Court University is a place where you will learn the Mercy core values of integrity, respect, compassion, justice and service. Upon graduation, you will leave armed with unimaginable knowledge, a powerful sense of purpose, and a determination to change our world.
Georgian Court University is set on a magnificent 156-acre estate, rich with an amazing history, which once belonged to financier George Jay Gould. We are conveniently located one hour from New York City and Philadelphia and only 15 minutes from the Jersey Shore. The campus borders Lake Carasaljo, and is both a National Historic Landmark and a National Arboretum.
POINTS OF PRIDE
2016 Washington Monthly
“Best Bang for the Buck”
2016 US News & World Report
“Best Colleges & Universities”
2016 Catholic College of Distinction
2016 College of Distinction
2017 Military-Friendly School
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