Disability Etiquette

Many people feel uncomfortable around individuals with disabilities, uncertain  how to act in their presence. How can we promote inclusion and show respect when we’re unsure what to do? The DC Office of Disability Rights (ODR) created the following short video on disability etiquette. Watch the protagonist, Bob, as he learns how to interact with […]

GHC CONGRATULATES TWO RETIREES: 08/31/21!!

Please join the Charger Family as we bid congratulations to David Mathis and Jon Hershey in their upcoming retirement on August 31, 2021! On this special site for retiring.highlands.edu, you can leave a note, share a picture, and read a portion of the history of these two amazing individuals who have been a significant part of […]

Highlands Writers Conference is Back!

Do you have a manuscript you’ve been saving in a drawer somewhere? It’s time to pull it out and get it published! Save the date for the 2nd annual Highlands Writers Conference! Saturday, March 2, in the Student Center of the Cartersville campus. Join us for small-setting workshops in fiction with our featured speaker Ray […]

Movie Screening at Heritage Hall

Join us Thursday, Feb. 21, at Center Stage in Heritage Hall for a public screening of To Kingdom Come, a documentary film about the toxic legacy of the former GE plant in Rome. The film follows the citizen investigation of environment concerns, and features our own Billy Morris (Geology), Jessica Lindberg (English), former students, and […]

Friday September 21st

Friday September 21st, 400 Floyd County 5th graders will be using Paris Lake on the Floyd Campus for their annual STEM Cardboard Boat Challenge. This event will block off all roadways and parking lots below the tennis courts extending to the Booze Mountain Road entrance. The parking lots behind the Athletic building, Library, and the parking […]

Friday September 21st

Friday September 21st, 400 Floyd County 5th graders will be using Paris Lake on the Floyd Campus for their annual STEM Cardboard Boat Challenge. This event will block off all roadways and parking lots below the tennis courts extending to the Booze Mountain Road entrance. The parking lots behind the Athletic building, Library, and the […]

Volunteer for Graduation

Graduation season is upon us! GHC’s Class of 2018 will attend commencement ceremonies at the Forum River Center on Saturday, May 12, at 10 a.m. GHC would be proud to have each campus and department represented during this exciting time for our college and our students with their families. An easy and rewarding way to […]

Volunteers needed – April 21

Good Afternoon, The Student Veterans of America Club will host the Military Family Fun Day at the Floyd Campus Pavilion on Saturday, April 21st from 10am to 1pm.  We need several volunteers to help with the activities, set up and cleanup.  The event will include free food and activities for the whole family.  This is […]

Fireside Concert with Rebel Union – January 27th; 7:30 pm Cartersville Student Center

Looking for a great activity this Saturday night?  If so, head on over to the Cartersville Student Center to enjoy an acoustic benefit concert by Rebel Union.  This concert is in association with Cartersville’s Dancing with the Stars and all proceeds from concert will benefit Good Neighbor Homeless Shelter and Backpack Buddies.   Leslie Johnson, Cartersville […]

GHC STEM CAMP

Georgia Highlands College is hosting a week long summer camp for K-5 children, June 4-8th at the Cartersville campus.  Children will be engaged in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) activities that reinforce and supplement Georgia Standards of Excellence. For more information, visit https://aceweb.highlands.edu/wconnect/ace/CourseStatus.awp?&course=18SCMP101