Get Caught!

Get Caught! And who said getting caught couldn’t be fun? Human Resources will be introducing a new employee recognition program that will allow students, staff and faculty to nominate an employee who goes the extra mile. These awards will be recognized on an ongoing basis. There will be three Caught in the Act awards; Caught […]

3rd Annual GHC Public Speaking Competition

The deadline for entry for the 3rd Annual GHC Public Speaking Competition is coming up on Friday, April 5th. All submissions should be submitted online. The competition will take place on Friday, April 12th from 3-6 p.m. on the Cartersville campus. Please encourage students to participate! We hope to have representation from all five campuses/sites. […]

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USG NEWS: UNG plans to increase college graduates By Savannah King The University of North Georgia has a plan to improve student success and increase the number of college graduates in North Georgia by 2020. A crowd of more than 100 educators, administrators, students, business leaders and community members gathered Wednesday afternoon for […]

College and Career Fair for students!!

April 2 – Cartersville Academic Building April 3 – Floyd Campus, Student Center 10:30AM-1:30PM 10+ colleges will be in attendance to talk to students about transfer option Local businesses to learn about career opportunities Pick up your cap and gown if you are graduating Need help with your resume? The doctor will be in! Stop […]

April 2 & 3 College and Career Fair for students

The annual Passport to Success Event will be held April 2 in Cartersville and April 3 on the Floyd Campus from 10:30AM-1:30PM The event will consist of a college fair with colleges like Syracuse University the Art Institute and many others. A career fair with local and city government represented and a graduation fair for […]

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GOOD NEWS:,All How Do Schools Stack Up? The financial return on a college education depends on a complex calculation involving cost and the potential payoff. The tools below will help you determine both. First, see how schools compare based on a number of key measures, including graduation rate, graduates’ salaries and student borrowing. […]