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According to the US Department of Justice, more than 17 million Americans were victims of identity theft in 2014. EDUCAUSE research shows that 21 percent of respondents to the annual ECAR student study have had an online account hacked, and 14 percent have had a computer, tablet, or smartphone stolen. Online fraud is an ongoing […]
Chargers softball splits with GMC; teams remain tied atop GCAAMarch 30, 2017 The Georgia Highlands College softball team split a doubleheader with conference co-leader Georgia Military College Thursday to remain tied with GMC for the GCAA lead. Rebecca Meade picked up the game one 7-3 win throwing a complete game allowing three runs (two earned), […]
HealthTrails registration is open through April 3rd. That is the last day to register or to form/join a team. The goal of team participation is to reinforce a lasting well-being habit with a fun, friendly competition that emphasizes consistency and support. Remember, teams consist of 4-10 members (yourself and 3-9 others) — as soon as […]
University System News: www.news.wabe.org Georgia Senate Approves ‘Campus Carry’ Bill http://news.wabe.org/post/georgia-senate-approves-campus-carry-bill By ELLY YU The Georgia State Senate voted Tuesday to let licensed gun owners carry concealed weapons on most places on public college campuses. The state Senate voted 32-22 on the bill, which needs final agreement by the state House before being sent to […]
University System News: www.savannahnow.com Committee OKs plan to end Armstrong athletics, sets sights on new university mission http://savannahnow.com/news/2017-03-24/committee-oks-plan-end-armstrong-athletics-sets-sights-new-university-mission By Dash Coleman A plan to bring Armstrong State University’s sports program to a halt was formally approved Friday by a committee tasked with consolidating the Savannah school with the larger Georgia Southern University in Statesboro. No […]
University System News: www.ksusentinel.com Incoming freshmen no longer guaranteed acceptance Incoming freshmen no longer guaranteed acceptance Lauren Leathers Beginning fall 2018, a new formula for calculating admissions eligibility means that some freshmen who meet requirements still may not be accepted at Kennesaw State University. The new “fixed-seat model” is a way to control the enrollment […]
The groundbreaking ceremony for the new academic building at the Cartersville Site will be held on Wednesday, April 26th at 11am. GHC employees who plan to attend should RSVP by April 16th through the online form at groundbreaking.highlands.edu If you have questions, please contact Sheila Jones, Senior Director of Marketing and Communications at firstname.lastname@example.org or 706-295-6366.
Updated standings for the Intramurals Bracket Challenge: Donald Rucker- 66 points Evan Snelling- 64 3. Melissa Wood- 63 Wesley Hubbard- 58 Jessica Tatum- 56 John Sarrett- 54 Timothy Ryan- 51 Aaron Green- 51 Brock Moss- 49 Dorothy Morgan- 40 Misc. Notes: I’m technically in 1st place with 67 points, but my bracket doesn’t count Only […]
Mecole Ledbetter has joined Georgia Highlands College as its new bachelor’s in business coordinator to work with students, faculty and the community as GHC launches two new bachelor’s degrees in healthcare management and logistics and supply chain management for fall 2017. “These programs will be important to our students, because it offers students a high […]