Thank you, GHC

Everyone, I would like to thank Ginni and the entire HR staff for a wonderful In-Service program this year. My second day here at the college happened to be an In-Service day, that was thirteen years ago and the program has gotten better each and every year. I would like to say congratulations to all […]

College-Wide School Supply Drive

As faculty, staff, and students return for fall classes with fresh pens in hand, shiny new notebooks, and the coolest backpacks around, let us all take a minute to reflect on the fact that there are many families in our communities who are unable to provide basic school supplies to their children. In light of […]

USG eclips August 21, 2015

University System News: Tenth Anniversary of CSU’s Jim Blanchard Leadership Forum Begins Monday Staff Report From Columbus CEO For the 10th year, the Jim Blanchard Leadership Forum, hosted by the Leadership Institute at Columbus State University, will bring a lineup of the best and brightest minds in the world to Columbus. This year’s […]

LaNelle Daniel: 75 for 75!!!

Dear GHC Community, Carol Souders has a dream, and you can make it happen! Carol would like for Lanelle Daniel, retired GHC English professor and Humanities Division Chair, to receive 75 birthday cards for her 75th birthday!! Jesse Bishop, LaNelle’s son-in-law, is working very hard to make this dream a reality. On Jesse and Carol’s […]

Recycling HP Toner

It has been the policy of GHC for many years to recycle paper, cardboard and toner. Recently the toner recycling has grown into a huge mountain and it took 3 employees several hours to work through it. Going forward I want to ask each of you to do your part in managing the toner recycling […]

USG eclips August 20, 2015

USG Institutions: UGA retirees pack meetings on coming changes in health insurance By Lee Shearer University of Georgia retirees packed meetings on The Classic Center Theatre this week to learn how they’re going to switch over from a state-run Medicare co-insurance plan to private plans the retirees will choose from a health insurance […]

USG eclips August 19, 2015

University System News: The difference $900 can make in college graduation rates BY KYLA CALVERT MASON At the start of each semester, the financial aid money appeared in Sana Ahmed Malik’s account. The federal and state funds typically covered the cost of tuition, with a little left over for books and living expenses. […]

USG eclips August 18, 2015

USG Institutions: Middle Georgia State Welcomes First Class of University Students Thressea Boyd A longtime dream begins this week as Middle Georgia State starts its first academic year as a university. Georgia’s newest public university started its celebration on July 1, with events at all five campuses—Macon, Cochran, Dublin, Eastman, and Warner Robins—and […]

HR Manager

Please welcome Debbie Gore to GHC as a transfer from Kennesaw State University where she was working in the Benefits area for the past two and a half years. Debbie is a graduate of the University of Illinois at Chicago with a degree in Psychology. She holds a PHR through the Society for Human Resource […]