Lady Chargers win conference championship!

The women’s basketball team at Georgia Highlands College won the GCAA conference finals. The Lady Chargers are currently ranked No. 3 nationally. Next up, the Lady Chargers take aim at the NJCAA District Championship this coming Saturday at 1 p.m. where they will play Spartanburg Methodist at GHC’s Floyd location for an automatic bid to […]

USG e-clips for February 28, 2022

University System News: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Georgia Senate panel backs budget with raises, bonuses, tax refund By James Salzer About 300,000 state, university and K-12 employees are a step closer to receiving raises and bonuses after a key Georgia Senate panel approved a midyear state budget Monday. The Senate Appropriations Committee’s midyear plan also includes […]

Accessibility Summer Camp

Accessibility Summer Camp 2022  When: Friday, June 17 What: A FREE annual virtual conference with the goal of connecting professionals and educators with best practices in accessibility. Why: To provide accessibility professional development that empowers attendees to create quality accessible learning environments and remove barriers for all individuals who have a desire to learn Register […]

USG e-clips for February 24, 2022

University System News: Ledger-Enquirer Columbus State University president Chris Markwood retiring after seven years in charge By Mark Rice Columbus State University president Chris Markwood is retiring. CSU announced the news Thursday. His final day as president will be June 30. John Fuchko III, the University System of Georgia’s vice chancellor for organizational effectiveness, will […]

USG e-clips for February 25, 2022

<>   University System News: Marietta Daily Journal All that growth’: KSU endowment doubled over past two years of major fundraising Hunter Riggall Kennesaw State University has seen blockbuster fundraising totals over the past few years, with the university’s endowment more than doubling in the past two years. As of June 30, 2016, the end […]