This scholarly journal recognizes student achievement in research by providing publishing opportunities for undergraduate and graduate GC students from all disciplines.

Papers published in The Corinthian that are authored by undergraduate students will also be considered for publication in Metamorphosis, COPLAC’s online journal of undergraduate research.  These papers will be selected by the student editorial staff of The Corinthian.

The Corinthian, Volume 15
Print Publication Deadline | February 1, 2014

The Corinthian is now accepting submissions for The Corinthian – Online, as well as the print edition of Volume 15, which is to be published Spring 2014.

Submissions will be accepted on a rolling basis throughout the year for publication in the online edition. All submissions that have been reviewed, accepted, edited, and formatted by February 1, 2014 will be included in the print edition.

Submissions received after the deadline will still be reviewed and, if accepted, published in the online edition of the journal. These submissions will then be published in the print edition the following year.

Student Authors

  • Authors should be undergraduate or graduate students attending Georgia College.  Student authors should submit their submissions by completing the online The Corinthian Submission Form.
  • Authors who have recently graduated may submit or revise-and-resubmit a paper up to ninety (90) days after their graduation ceremony.
  • Submissions may be individually authored or co-authored.  There is no limit to how many individuals may be listed as co-authors of a submission.

Faculty Mentors

Submission Information & Guidelines
For information on Formatting Guidelines, Review Criteria and Reviewer Recommendations, student authors and faculty mentors should review The Corinthian Submission Information and Guidelines (pdf) document.

Email Jodee Westbrooks, editor of The Corinthian, at, if you have questions.

Contact Information
Jodee Westbrooks, Editor
John Bowen, Advisor

Copies of Volumes

For a print edition of a past volume, contact John Bowen, Coordinator of Leadership Programs, at  Links to electronic versions of more recent past volumes are located on the Archives page.

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