Founded in 1878, Brenau University consistently ranks as one of the top higher education values in the Southeast in the U.S. News & World Report guidebook, America’s Best Colleges, and The Princeton Review. Located in Gainesville, Georgia, the comprehensive, liberal arts-based institution includes the residential Women’s College; coeducational campuses in Gainesville, Augusta, Norcross and Fairburn; and a new campus in Jacksonville, Florida.
The Brenau University Women's College invites the community to campus for an afternoon of information and inspiration at the fifth annual Women’s Leadership Colloquium. Students, alumni, faculty, staff and friends of the university will gather for conversations about the unique potential and challenges of women’s leadership. Successful women who are passionate about what they do will share their stories, offer advice and suggest fresh vision for others who lead – or aspire to lead.
This event is made possible in part by the generosity of donors to the Alumni Association Lecture Series, the Rhodes Law Firm, and UPS.
The online edition of the Brenau Window alumni magazine serves as a companion to the print edition with expanded articles and content that is not in the paper copy of the magazine, including audio and video stories and additional photos. http://window.brenau.edu
Launching a new era in both its academic progress and its 135-year-old relationship with its hometown, Brenau University has officially moved into to its newest location in Gainesville. The city-owned Georgia Mountains Center now becomes Brenau Downtown Center, which will be the home of expanded graduate degree programs in physical therapy and other health sciences.