CurrentUniversity of North Georgia
MajorMajors: Political Science & History
MinorMinors: Anthropology & Political Science/Pre-Law
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Positioned in the fastest-growing region of the state, the University of North Georgia comprises five campuses united by a single mission focused on academic excellence and academic and co-curricular programs that develop students into leaders for a di...
Patricia C Loyola-Elliott of Lula, GA, graduated from the University of North Georgia (UNG) during the spring 2018 semester and has earned the Bachelor of Arts in Historyand Bachelor of Science in...Spring 2018
Patricia C. Loyola-Elliott of Lula, GA has graduated from the University of North Georgia (UNG) with a Associate of Arts in History. The university's fall commencement ceremonies were held Dec. 1...Fall 2014
Patricia C. Loyola-Elliott of Lula, Georgia, was among more than 1,700 who made the spring 2015 Deans' Lists at the University of North Georgia (UNG) for achieving a 3.5 grade point average, carryi...Spring 2015
Patricia Loyola-Elliott was recognized for earning a spot on the Dean's ListPatricia C. Loyola-Elliott of Lula, Georgia, was among a select group of students who made the Fall 2012 Deans' Lists at the University of North Georgia (UNG) (formerly GSC - Gainesville State College) for achieving a 3.5+ grade point average, carrying 12+ semester hours. Gainesville State College Merit List - Fall 2012Fall 2012Added by Patricia
Patricia Loyola-Elliott was recognized for graduatingPatricia C.E. Loyola-Elliott has graduated with a dual degree in Political Science and History from the University of North Georgia; where she is actively involved. Mrs. Loyola-Elliott graduated with honors. She is currently a member and VP of Public Relations for PTK International Honors Society. She is currently researching political and legal internships. She plans to attend Law School and pursue an International Law Career with Concentration on Immigration, Political and Criminal Affairs.Fall 2014Added by Patricia
Patricia Loyola-Elliott was recognized for earning a spot on an honors listGainesville State College/University of North Georgia Merit List - Spring 2013Spring 2013Added by Patricia
Patricia Loyola-Elliott was recognized for earning a spot on the President's listPatricia C. Loyola-Elliott of Lula, Georgia, was among a very select group of students who made the Spring 2012 Presidents' Lists at the University of North Georgia (UNG) (formerly GSC/Gainesville State College) for achieving a 4.0 grade point average, carrying 12+ semester hours. Gainesville State College Merit List - Spring 2012
GPA: 4.0/12 or more credit hoursSpring 2012Added by Patricia
Patricia Loyola-Elliott was recognized for studying abroadCertificate of English (ESL) Conversation and American Culture Course
UCR- University of California, Riverside
Semester: Winter 1992
AVG Final Grade: A+Added by Patricia
Awards & Recognition
Patricia Loyola-Elliott was recognized for earning an academic awardPatricia C.E. Loyola-Elliott was awarded with a formal congratulatory Merit List letter from Dr. Al Panu, Sr. VP for University Affairs at the University of North Georgia, Gainesville Campus (formerly Gainesville State College). Also in the Spring 2012, due to her merit and dedication, Mrs. Loyola-Elliott received a formal invitation to join Phi Theta Kappa International Honors Society as a Member of this distinctive and well-recognized honors program. (Official: PTK Fall 2012 Ceremony)Spring 2012Added by Patricia
Patricia Loyola-Elliott was recognized for being a member of who's whoUniversity of North Georgia UNG/Career Services
History - The Longstreet Historic Piedmont Hotel & Museum
How did you hear about your internship?
I first learned about the museum from Dr. Douglas Young, Professor of Political Science and History, here at UNG. I was enrolled in his class and, at the end of the semester, Dr. Young invited the classroom to an extra credit opportunity at the Longstreet Historic Piedmont Hotel & Museum. It turned out to be an amazing learning experience about General James Longstreet, involving aspects of early U. S. History and the American Civil War. I fell in love with the place. When the opportunity came along for an internship in History, I had no doubt that I wanted to be a part of the museums family.
What has been the most valuable (or favorite) part of the experience?
My library assignment. I had no previous experience working in a library. The museums curator, and my mentor, Mr. Richard Pilcher wanted to reorganize the museums Matthew Reynolds Library. Combining the help from my friends at the museum, from our lovely staff at the UNG library, and the guidance of Dr. Phillip Guerty, I was able to rebuild the librarys structure from a hand-drawn map into an adapted version of the Library of Congress system. Although this is still an ongoing project, it has been a very rewarding and delightful learning experience during my time at UNG.
How will this help you in the future?
Working for the library project, made me understand even more the importance of the Internship Program. It is not about just having a job related to your field. It is a gifted journey to endless learning possibilities. I am truly grateful for my time at the museum. I look forward to continuing serving them, as a volunteer, after my graduation.
Contact: Career Services/GVL
Merit Social MediaFall 2017 - Spring 2018Added by Patricia
Activities & Affiliations
Phi Kappa Phi was born different. In 1897, 10 senior students, 2 faculty members and the University of Maine president created a new kind of honor society, one that recognized excellence in all academic disciplines.Today, Phi Kappa Phi continues to rec...