USG eclips November 24, 2015

USG Institutions: U of Georgia has saved students nearly $2M with OER By Tara García Mathewson The University of Georgia adopted open educational resources for a number of its courses since 2013 and is now approaching the $2 million mark in projected savings from the effort. Campus Technology reports that the university has […]

USG eclips November 23, 2015

USG Institutions: Former UGA exec resigns Deborah Dietzler faces scrutiny for travel while on UGA payroll. By Jodie Fleischer – WSB-TV The former University of Georgia alumni director has resigned her current job in Louisville after a Channel 2 Action News investigation exposed misspending and a cover-up during her time in Athens. A […]

USG eclips November 20, 2015

USG Institutions: Georgia’s first lady visits Georgia Perimeter College From staff reports Sandra Deal, first lady of Georgia, recently visited the Georgia Perimeter Military Outreach Center in Clarkston to talk about statewide initiatives to increase educational opportunities for military veterans. Accuser retracts allegations against former UGA alumni relations director By LEE […]

USG eclips November 17, 2015

USG Institutions: Controversy builds over Georgia Southern student’s social media post By WTOC Staff STATESBORO, GA (WTOC) – A walkout may happen Tuesday at 11:45 a.m. at Georgia Southern University. The NAACP sent out an advisory for black students to meet at the Student Union rotunda directly after the walkout. This all appears […]

World AIDS Day Event, Dec 02, 1:00pm-5:00pm, Paulding Campus

In recognition of World AIDS Day 2015, all GHC students, staff, & faculty are invited to join us on Wednesday, December 2nd for a presentation of “HIV 101” by the AIDS Resource Council (Paulding site, room P-207, 1:00pm – 1:45pm). Free and confidential Rapid HIV Tests & individual counseling will also be available from 2:00pm […]


Self-Care Assessment – Spiritual

We are GHC – we show passion for excellence and we demonstrate great care for our students and for each other. A deep sense of satisfaction is found in doing your work well, caring for your students and colleagues, and seeing students with whom you work succeed. This next assessment focuses on one’s spiritual self-care […]

Self-Care Assessment – Emotional

Around this time of year I often hear people say that they are emotionally spent, drained, exhausted, or even empty. Classes are coming to completion, students are either finishing well or struggling to the end, holiday gatherings are beginning, which may or may not be a time of rejoicing for you. In this next assessment, […]