Graduation 2019: Update Summary

Saturday, May 11th 10:00 a.m. Forum River Center, Rome, GA   DR. KRISTIE KEMPER, Professor of English, has been voted the 2019 Mace Bearer to lead GHC’s 49th commencement on May 11. Please reference Lillian Robertson’s email dated April 2. (Congratulations, Kristie!) COMMENCEMENT ATTENDANCE: Full-time faculty are required to attend the Saturday commencement event; absences […]

New Development Communications Coordinator

Please join us in welcoming Jessica Cantrell to her new role as Development Communications Coordinator at Georgia Highlands! Originally from Adairsville, GA, she received her bachelor’s in history from Berry College. Before entering this position, Jessica worked at the Tellus Science Museum and also as a test proctor here at GHC. She enjoys trivia, binge […]

Saturday, April 13th – GHC night at the Rome Braves

GHC night at the Rome Braves Saturday, April 13th GHC Night at the Rome Braves Game will be Saturday, April 13th. Rome Braves vs. Greenville at 6pm. No advance purchase of tickets required, just wear your GHC logo attire or show your GHC ID at the stadium ticket office that night and pay only $5 […]

Give Today! free lunch bag with every donation!

Faculty/Staff Campaign – GIVE TODAY! Thank you to the many Faculty and Staff who have given in the past, and to those who continue to give through payroll deduction by selecting the automatic renewal option! The Faculty/Staff Campaign is an opportunity for GHC employees to become engaged and involved with the fundraising efforts in support […]

TODAY!!! Passports For Life: Holocaust Rescue & Survival | Cartersville Student Center | April 4th @2pm

Have you ever saved a life? Have you ever wondered what it would feel like to be Jewish and living in Europe during the Holocaust with little to no hope? My grandfather, Stefan Ryniewicz, was able to help Heinz Lichtenstern, a Jewish metals industry executive, survive in Nazi-occupied Amsterdam through a falsified foreign passport. Come […]

Make a Date for Your Eyes

You may think you need an eye exam only when it’s time to update your eyewear prescription. But the truth is, eye exams are about a lot more than seeing whether you need a new pair of glasses or con­tacts. Comprehensive eye exams play an important role in your overall wellness, and you should get […]

TicketsAtWork – Employee Discounts

TicketsAtWork is reminding you about our partnership with TicketsatWork.  Register now, and you’ll have access to exclusive savings and special discounts to theme parks and attractions including the Walt Disney World® Resort, Universal Studios®, Las Vegas and New York City shows and performances, Disneyland®, SeaWorld®, Six Flags, and Cirque du Soleil! Also check with […]

Biweekly Payroll Reminder

Good Morning, Timesheet Approval for All Biweekly Employees  Biweekly Employees: Please enter all time worked for the March 24-April 06, 2019 pay period by 10:00am, Friday, April 5th.  Additionally, all absence requests must be entered and approved by 10:00am, Friday, April 5th. Employees no longer need to approve their own timesheet, however, employees will not […]

USG eclips for March 28, 2019

University System News:   WTOC GSU’s interim president saying goodbye, new president taking over Monday By Dal Canady Georgia Southern University’s interim president leaves this week after guiding the school for nearly a year. As a new president takes office next week, WTOC sat down with the woman who’s led the school through difficult times […]

USG eclips for March 29, 2019

University System News:   Atlanta Journal-Constitution Board names finalist for Georgia Gwinnett College presidency By Eric Stirgus The Georgia Board of Regents announced Thursday that the interim leader of Indiana University’s South Bend campus is the sole finalist for the current presidential vacancy at Georgia Gwinnett College. Jann L. Joseph, interim chancellor for Indiana University […]