Theatre at GPC
Dramatic and musical theatre productions are presented throughout the year at many
GPC campuses, with the main venue being the Cole Auditorium on the Clarkston campus.
Students, faculty, staff and community residents are invited to audition and they may also
participate in a technical and support capacity for these productions through volunteering.
Class credit in THEA 1701“Theatre Practicum – acting/directing”, and THEA 1702“Theatre
Practicum – technical”is available to registered students. Please contact the Arts and
Humanities Department on their respective campus for audition and volunteer information.
Musical Performing Organizations at GPC
The GPC Chorus at the Clarkston campus is open to any student, staff or faculty member
or resident of the community who is interested in singing. Several concerts of varied
styles of choral literature are presented each year, both on and off campus. No audition is
required, but the basic ability to sing is expected. One hour of class credit is available for
students enrolled in MUSC 1652 - Chorus.
The Jazz Ensemble at Clarkston campus and the Student Jazz Band at Clarkston campus
perform works in a wide variety of jazz and jazz-derived styles. Any student, faculty,
staff, or resident of the community is eligible to audition for the Jazz groups in the fall
term or as vacancies occur. One hour of class credit is available for students enrolled in
MUSC 1756 - Jazz Ensemble and MUSC 1754 – Jazz Lab Band. Please contact the Arts and
Humanities Department at Clarkston for audition information.
The Wind Ensemble at Georgia Perimeter College is open to any student, staff, faculty or
resident of the community by audition. In addition to formal campus concerts, the Wind
Ensemble performs at the college, for professional meetings and at other off-campus
events. One hour of class credit is available for students enrolled in MUSC 1654 – Wind
Ensemble. Please contact the Arts and Humanities Department at Clarkston for audition
information.
The DeKalb Symphony Orchestra is a resident non-profit professional organization
open to students, staff, faculty members, and residents of the community by audition
only. The orchestra performs orchestral repertoire, often with soloists of a national
reputation, four to six times per year at college and community venues. One hour of class
credit is available for students who have auditioned and are enrolled in MUSC 1656 –
Orchestra. Please contact the Arts and Humanities Department at Clarkston for audition
information.
Additional information is available at:
HONORS PROGRAM
The Honors Program is an academic and student services program for students in all
programs of study who have demonstrated outstanding achievement and motivation.
The program offers intellectually challenging courses taught by dedicated faculty,
interaction with other students, and opportunities for recognition and service. The
purpose of the program is to encourage students to achieve excellence in all areas of
their experience at Georgia Perimeter College. The Honors Program fosters in its students
a lifelong commitment to intellectual inquiry through their engagement with the
academic community and society at large. The Honors Program seeks to promote the
academic and personal growth of outstanding students at Georgia Perimeter College,
helping to prepare them for leadership roles in careers of their choice.
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