Students at GHC get a lesson in ‘Adulting’

Georgia Highlands College has launched a new workshop series for students called #Adulting that focuses on practical skills students can use in their everyday life. “Adult” as a verb or “Adulting” as a gerund may seem a little off, but it is becoming more commonly used to explain the action of doing things an adult […]


Please mark your calendars and plan to attend one of the October 2017 Town Halls which are scheduled as follows: Date Location Time Room Wednesday, October 4, 2017 Cartersville 8:30 AM Ballroom Thursday, October 5, 2017 Rome 8:30 AM Lakeview Friday, October 6, 2017 Marietta 8:30 AM G234 Monday, October 9, 2017 Paulding 8:30 AM […]

Our Well-being. Our Journey.

USG Well-being initiatives in action: In this video, you will see that USG offers initiatives for with our well-being beyond HealthTrails and Money Mondays. GHC offers an hour per week release time for exercise (three 20-minute sessions), and may have the opportunity to offer discounts for Weight Watchers in the future (one of the […]

HealthTrails Kickoff TODAY!

Fall 2017 HealthTrails Kickoff Flyer FINAL_9.15.17 (002) The University System of Georgia (USG) is hosting a systemwide WebEx: THURSDAY, 9/28/2017 at NOON to kick off the challenge, provide details and answer questions. SEE FLYER FOR REGISTRATION INFORMATION

Student Job Fair – Cartersville Campus

HOLIDAY Job Fair Monday, October 2 10:00am–1:00pm Cartersville Campus, 1st floor of the Academic Building near staircase Part time and Full Time positions available! Representatives from the following will be on campus: UPS Super Target – Acworth Barnsley Resort Randstad Highland Rivers – The ROC Yanmar Terry Reid Auto Group And more! Free Pizza for […]

USG eclips for September 26, 2017

University System News: ‘The core of it all is the people’: Dalton State celebrates 50th anniversary By Chris Whitfield When Dalton Junior College opened in 1967 with donated land from four founding families and a $1.8 million bond issue financing the construction of the school’s five original buildings, Mike Hurtt said it was […]

USG eclips for September 25, 2017

University System News: Georgia Tech president creates fund for student mental health initiatives Eric Stirgus Georgia Tech president G. P. “Bud” Peterson announced Saturday evening he’s created a fund for donors to contribute money for student mental health and wellness initiatives. The fund, Peterson said, already has a $1 million contribution. Peterson said […]

Storm Recovery Databases

EBSCO, a GALILEO database provider, has generously provided temporary free access to two resources for GALILEO so that libraries can provide essential information to the citizens of Georgia. The Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Reference Center includes information on business continuity management/planning, crisis communications, disaster mitigation, and emergency preparedness, and will be of interest to government […]

USG eclips for September 21, 2017

University System News: UGA dedicates its latest science building, with more to come By Lee Shearer University of Georgia officials dedicated the school’s new Center for Molecular Medicine building Thursday, the latest in a string of science buildings in the university’s drive toward the major leagues of research. The $25 million building, next […]