Now Hiring – Payroll Accounting Analyst

Good Morning! We have an immediate opening in the Payroll Department for a Payroll Accounting Analyst. We are looking to hire for this position as soon as possible. The ideal candidate will be highly detail oriented, dependable, good with numbers, and enjoy working on their and in small groups. So if you have friends or […]

New site directors for Paulding and Douglasville announced at GHC

The Georgia Highlands College Paulding and Douglasville locations will be welcoming two new site directors soon. Julia Areh has been selected to be the new site director for the Douglasville site and Joy Hambrick has been selected to be the new site director for the Paulding site. Full story:

TRS Retirement Rates – FY 2018 and FY 2019

Fiscal Year 2018-TRS Average Salary Limitation In its annual meeting held May 17, 2017, the Teachers Retirement System Board of Trustees adopted the following maximum salary increase for Fiscal Year 2018 that is used by TRS to compute a member’s highest two-year average salary. The percentage is in accordance with Georgia Law and applies only […]

New Admissions Counselor

Please join us in welcoming Anna Daniels, Admissions Counselor, to our Georgia Highlands College community. Anna’s primary location will be the Marietta Site. Anna Daniels is from Indianola, MS, the hometown of B.B. King. Anna graduated with honors from Mississippi State University with a Bachelors in Human Sciences.  She has also completed graduate level courses […]


Retirement Planning Sessions with Valic

Valic can help you with investing in your future! This is available to part-time and full-time employees. Please click on the link below to register for a retirement planning consultation on June 16th at the Cartersville campus.  Valic will be set in the Academic Building in Conference Room 203A from 9:00am – 12:00 pm. Valic will […]

USG eclips for May 24, 2017

University System News: Georgia would be vulnerable if feds made deep cuts–regional-govt–politics/georgia-would-vulnerable-feds-made-deep-cuts/Dx2GizF1rUchbshnkOliYM/ By James Salzer – The Atlanta Journal-Constitution While President Donald Trump’s budget plan is unlikely to gain approval, any cutbacks in Washington could have a major impact on services in Georgia. Home to eight major military installations, Georgia could be a […]

USG eclips for May 23, 2017

University System News: Georgia Tech launches $1 million retail technology initiative at ATDC Georgia Tech launches $1 million retail technology initiative at ATDC The Advanced Technology Development Center (ATDC), Georgia’s technology incubator, is launching a new initiative for entrepreneurs focused on retail-related technology. The new program — which comes as the retailing sector faces […]

USG eclips for May 22, 2017

University System News: State OKs new engineering degrees for Georgia Southern University Dean says ‘industry is starving’ for specialized grads By Dash Coleman Georgia Southern University has been given approval by the state to begin offering six new degree programs in its College of Engineering and Information Technology. The University System of Georgia’s […]