Georgia Archives Month

Today kicks off Georgia Archives Month, and the theme this year is Sparking Curiosity: Demystifying Digital Collections. To celebrate, every Monday, we want to share content from our digital collections that highlight students, faculty, and staff from the past. This week’s theme is Students of GHC. As we share photos, we are asking for your help to create better descriptions for our collection. If you recognize […]

QM Rubric Update Course – Free for Now

The Quality Matters Higher Ed rubric was updated to the seventh edition on July 5, 2023. If you use the QM rubric for any online course reviews (including informal colleague/peer reviews or self-reviews), you will now need to use the updated seventh edition of the rubric. From now until January 5, 2024, the self-paced Rubric […]

USG e-clips for September 26, 2023

University System News: The Tifton Gazette ABAC’s Brundage celebrated at inauguration From Staff Reports Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College faculty, staff, students, University System of Georgia institution representatives, and community officials celebrated Dr. Tracy L. Brundage’s investiture as ABAC’s 11th president Friday. The event included supportive remarks from a number of individuals about Brundage’s contributions to […]

USG e-clips for September 27, 2023

University System News: Capitol Beat News Service John Fuchko named sole finalist for Dalton State College president by Dave Williams The University System of Georgia Board of Regents Wednesday named John Fuchko III sole finalist to become the next president of Dalton State College. Fuchko has served as Dalton’s interim president since June, when Margaret […]

USG e-clips for September 28, 2023

University System News: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Finalist picked to be next Dalton State College president By Vanessa McCray John Fuchko III is the sole finalist in the running to be the next leader of Dalton State College. The Georgia Board of Regents on Wednesday voted to make Fuchko their top pick for the job, pending […]

Diversity in History: Anotnia Novello (1944-)

    During Hispanic Heritage month, we want to celebrate notable figures like Antonia Novello. Novello’s journey is a testament to determination, dedication, and a passion for improving the health and well-being of individuals across the United States. Antonia Novello’s early life was marked by challenges, but her unwavering determination set her on the path […]

Simple Syllabus is Coming!

Simple Syllabus at GHC Wednesday, October 18, 2023  |  12-1:30 pm  |  Zoom  |  Facilitator: Simple Syllabus In Spring 2024 all GHC faculty will use Simple Syllabus to create their syllabi. Join us to explore how to do so, GHC syllabus policy guidelines, and learner-centered syllabus language. (This workshop will also be offered by CETL […]

Making Student Presentations Easier with Microsoft 365

A great way to reduce the amount of Microsoft 365 sign-ins and shuffling of USB drives during class presentations is with the File Request feature in OneDrive for Business. All GHC faculty single sign-on accounts have access to the OneDrive for Business app- you can visit yours by going to or by visiting […]

Biweekly Payroll Reminder

Good Morning, Timesheet Approval for All Biweekly Employees  Biweekly Employees: Please enter all time worked and all Absence Request for the September 17 – September 30, 2023  pay period by 4:00pm, Thursday, September 28th .  Employees no longer need to approve their own timesheet, however, employees will not be paid for any time or absences […]