USG e-Clips from May 29, 2014

USG NEWS: Guns On Georgia Campuses Could Be Allowed July 1 By Claire Simms Starting July 1, licensed gun owners may be able to bring their firearms onto school and college campuses in Georgia, even though the “campus carry” provision was stripped from a controversial bill that will allow guns in many churches, […]

USG e-Clips from May 28, 2014

University System News USG NEWS: University System of Georgia announces new vice chancellor for extended education By ASSOCIATED PRESS ATLANTA | The University System of Georgia has named a new vice chancellor for extended education. Officials said in a statement that Cecil Staton will begin serving as vice chancellor for extended education June […]

USG e-Clips from May 27, 2014

University System News USG NEWS: Georgia Gwinnett College names president The University System of Georgia (USG) Board of Regents has appointed Stanley “Stas” Preczewski, Ph.D., as president of Georgia Gwinnett College (GGC). Preczewski has served as interim president for the last year. Many UGA majors, graduate programs “low-producing,” study says By […]

USG E-clips for May 23, 2014

University System News USG NEWS: Staton resigns from Senate, accepts job with University System of Georgia BY LINDA S. MORRIS Sen. Cecil Staton announced Thursday his resignation from the Georgia Senate, effective May 31. Staton’s resignation is prompted by his acceptance of the position of vice chancellor for extended education with the University […]

USG E-clips for May 22, 2014

University System News USG NEWS: Interim president appointed for Southern Poly By Janel Davis The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Southern Polytechnic State University will get a short-term president to lead the school until its consolidation with Kennesaw State University is completed in January 2015. Ron Koger, currently SPSU’s vice president for student enrollment services, will […]


Our 2014 Fall In-Service is scheduled for Thursday, August 7th and shaping up to be a great day! The focus for the day will be wellness. We invite you to submit proposals for all presentation topics, particularly those related to wellness. The session(s) you submit can be something you plan to teach, or that you […]

USG e-Clips from May 21, 2014

University System News USG NEWS: Regents seek to eliminate University System of Georgia’s unpopular majors By Walter C. Jones Morris News Service ATLANTA — Nearly 400 of the University System of Georgia’s 2,900 degree programs are on the chopping block because so few students graduate from them. The Music Education program at Georgia […]

Textbooks Needed

The Student Veterans Of America Club is looking for current textbooks to be used in the VA Lending Library. If you have extra textbooks to donate, the SVA club would love to have them! Students check out the textbooks for one semester, and return them to the lending library at the end of the semester. […]

Identity Theft Workshop

It’s a risk you face every day. Simply by carrying your credit card and driver’s license, buying lunch with a debit card or making a purchase online, you could be exposing yourself to identity theft — one of the fastest-growing crimes in the world. In fact, according to the most recent Federal Trade Commission study, […]