Graduation 2019: update summary

Saturday, May 11th 10:00 a.m. Forum River Center, Rome, GA 03/05/19: Tuesday, March 5th, is the deadline for full-time faculty to submit Mace Bearer nominations by email to Lillian Robertson (re: Lil’s email dated 02/19/19). 03/29/19: Deadline to place rental orders for faculty regalia (re: Inform 02/13/19). Detailed order instructions are attached for Cartersville or […]


The Chargers can’t hang on in second half and fall to the Titans of Central Georgia Tech 79-73. The game was a tale of two halves with the Chargers going on a 13-0 run to take a 32-19 lead midway through the first half. The Titans cut the Chargers lead to 9, 44-35 to close out the first […]

OneUSG – How do I view my paystub?

Viewing your paystub is a simple process within OneUSG Connect. This video shows you how to view your paystub. Video: View Paystub Job Aide Additional OneUSG training videos can be found on GHC’s Human Resources webpage. Should you need additional OneUSG support, you can call the support team at 1-877-251-2644.  

GHC Budget Hearings

When? Tuesday, March 5th (9AM-4:30PM), and Wednesday, March 6th (1PM-4:30PM) Where? Cartersville Student Center Ballrooms What are Budget Hearings? Annually, GHC holds budget hearings in order to allocate new funding in innovative ways that directly relate to our strategic plan and mission. Academic Deans and Divisional Leaders present the needs of their areas for consideration in […]

Highlands Writers Conference Alert!

Have you ever considered writing a memoir or a work of creative non-fiction? You should! For tips on getting started, join us this Saturday, March 2, at the second annual Highlands Writers Conference to get tips from Anjali Enjeti. Anjali Enjeti teaches creative nonfiction in the Etowah Valley MFA program at Reinhardt University and serves […]


The Lady Chargers dominated the Lady Tigers of Southern Crescent Tech to get the quarterfinal win 86-54 and advance to the NJCAA Region XVII Semi-final round. The Lady Tigers stayed close in the first period but the Lady Chargers held Southern Crescent to only 7 points in the second period to take a 36-19 lead […]

ESPYR Training: The Power of Positivity FEB. 27

ESPYR Training: The Power of Positivity Date: Wednesday, February 27 at 12:00pm – 1:00pm. Attend this session via WebEx here: Register to reserve your spot today!   Employees can learn these simple strategies for their well-being: Expectations affect positivity Laughter and play are vital in positivity Positivity can enhance your outlook on life     […]

USG eclips for February 26, 2019

University System News:   Savannah CEO Georgia Southern Hosts 30th Annual National Youth-At-Risk Conference Staff Report From Savannah CEO More than 120 training sessions are coming to Savannah as the Georgia Southern University College of Education hosts the 30th annual National Youth-At-Risk Conference at the Hyatt Regency Hotel March 3 through 6. The conference brings […]

USG eclips for February 25, 2019

University System News:   Atlanta Journal-Constitution The pathway to graduation is difficult for many transfer students By Eric Stirgus About 500 educators and staff recently visited Atlanta to brainstorm ways to help an overlooked segment of college students: transfer students. A 2017 report to Congress by the federal Government Accountability Office highlighted a problem many […]

USG eclips for February 22, 2019

University System News:   Columbus Ledger-Enquirer Ga. has succeeded with film and TV production, now state needs some homegrown talent BY CHARLIE HARPER The easiest way to kill success is to take it for granted. The growth in Georgia’s entertainment industry has been an unqualified success. Georgia’s leaders are taking steps to quantify where the […]