Director of Admissions Hired

After almost six years without a dedicated Director of Admissions, Maggie Schuyler will start on July 16. Maggie has previously worked as the Assistant Director of Admissions at Middle Georgia State University, as an Outreach Representative with the Georgia Student Finance Commission, and as a recruiter with the technical college system. In addition, she has […]

Library operating hours for July 2 – 6

The library has adjusted hours for the week of July 2. Here are the times:  Monday/Tuesday, July 2nd  and 3rd :   8:00 – 5:30 Wednesday, July 4th:                           CLOSED Thursday, July 5:                                 8:00 – 5:30 Friday, July 6:                                      8:00 – 12:00(noon) The hours will return to normal summer hours beginning Monday, July 9: Monday – […]

USG eclips for June 22, 2018

University System News: Georgia Leaders Celebrate Lottery, HOPE Scholarship Anniversaries At Capitol EMMA HURT Georgia leaders marked the 25th anniversary of the lottery at the State Capitol Wednesday. They also celebrated the HOPE Scholarship and the Pre-K program, which are funded by the lottery. Gov. Nathan Deal readily reminded the crowd that he […]

USG eclips for June 25, 2018

University System News: Libby Morris tapped as UGA’s interim provost By Staff Reports University of Georgia President Jere Morehead recently named Libby Morris as interim senior vice president for academic affairs and provost. Morris starts in her new role on July 16. A seasoned administrator and prolific scholar, Morris directs UGA’s Institute of […]

USG eclips for June 26, 2018

University System News: ABAC at Bainbridge: 100 percent passing rate for nursing licensure exam All 22 program graduates passed NCLEX-RN exam on first attempt From Staff Reports BAINBRIDGE — All 22 ABAC at Bainbridge May 2018 associate’s degree in nursing graduates passed the NCLEX-RN licensure exam on their first attempt and can now […]

USG eclips for June 27, 2018

University System News: Editorial: Savannah poised for success as tech corridor “Entering the Savannah Logistics Technology Innovation Corridor” will read impressively on a highway sign. The challenge now is to turn the fancy-sounding designation into a viable, sustainable and lucrative piece of the local economy — Starting with defining what a technology innovation […]

Highlands “Unlikely” Hikers

Looking to promote being in nature and experiencing the joys of hiking while lightly challenging our bodies and reinforcing that hiking is an activity open to all levels of fitness. To join a hike, contact Andrea Mathis –  *** A signed USG waiver, is required before participating. *** July Hike – Saturday July 14th 9:00am Pine […]