ASF trip sign-up begins Feb. 1

Sign-up begins today for the college’s annual trip to the Alabama Shakespeare Festival in Montgomery. The trip is co-sponsored by Humanities and Student Life and is open to GHC students, employees, and guests. This year’s trip will be the weekend of April 22-23. The featured plays are “The Tempest” by Shakespeare at ASF and the […]

Tennessee Aquarium College Days – ½ Price!

College day is a month long promotion during February that gives college students, faculty and staff a  chance to visit the Tennessee Aquarium at ½ price. A valid student or employee ID is all that is required to enjoy 1/2 price tickets for the entire group! The 50% discount includes tickets to the Tennessee Aquarium, […]

Ransomware: Still a Threat

Ransomware is back in the news again and the latest victims of these attacks have been library and school systems. This type of malicious software is particularly effective because of how thorough and destructive it can be in a business environment- and how easily it spreads across a computer network. Remember, never open unexpected email […]

Internal Posting – Assistant Controller

Under the direction of the College Controller, the Assistant Controller is responsible for providing operational financial leadership in the following areas: General Accounting, Accounts Payable, Bursary, Student Accounts, Payroll, Grant Accounting, Compliance and Reporting, and Asset Management. The Assistant Controller will assist with organizing, planning and directing the accounting practices of the College and will […]

USG eclips for January 30, 2017

University System News: Georgia colleges wade through ‘uncharted waters’ of Trump order By Janel Davis – The Atlanta Journal-Constitution While protests broke out around the country, Georgia’s college leaders were working to decipher the impact of President Donald Trump’s immigration order on their students and faculty, while trying to also reassure them. Officials […]

Withholding Schedule for 10 Month Employees

Please see the following excerpt from the USG Business Procedures Manual regarding deductions for 10 month employees. Ten month employees receive benefits for all twelve months of the calendar year, however, they only receive 10 paychecks. As a result, deductions must be taken at an accelerated rate so that we may collect all the money […]

Internal Posting- Financial Aid Processor – Floyd Campus

 The Financial Aid Processor is responsible for evaluating, analyzing and processing financial aid documentation on students to determine aid eligibility and make awards within federal, state and institutional guidelines. For detailed information or to apply visit: You may apply for this position through February 6, 2017

USG eclips for January 27, 2017

University System News: Replacement of school leaders will have community impacts Come July, public schools in Glynn County from pre-K up through college will have new leadership.  Two weeks ago, the University System of Georgia announced College of Coastal Georgia President Greg Aloia will retire effective June 30. The University System moved quickly […]

USG eclips for January 26, 2017

University System News: UGA chief unveils plan for more scholarships based on financial need By Will Robinson University of Georgia President Jere Morehead outlined plans Wednesday for a needs-based scholarship initiative and an academic task force. The Georgia Commitment Scholarship Program will create 400 to 600 needs-based scholarships, some of which will begin […]