Changes to the Regents Retirement Plan of the University System of Georgia

The attached announcement is regarding the default fund change notification to the Optional Retirement Plan which is now effective. Each current participant and all new participants in the plan will receive a letter in the mail informing them that all future contributions for which they do not provide investment direction will be invested in the […]


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GOOD NEWS: Applications way up for MCG at GRU Greater presence in state could be cause By Tom Corwin Staff Writer Long before they were accepted to the Medical College of Georgia at Georgia Regents University, Caroline Lewis and Jared Dowdy had been touched by the school. The first-year medical students say they […]

Chargers Last Regular Season Game Photos

The Chargers hosted the Titans of Albany Tech on Wednesday for their last regular season home game. For those of you who were unable to attend here are some highlight photos from the games. Chargers- Lady Chargers-

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USG NEWS: Senate panel approves $19.3 billion budget By James Salzer The Atlanta Journal-Constitution A key Senate committee backed a $19.3 billion midyear spending plan Tuesday that would restore more than $2.7 million Gov. Nathan Deal has proposed cutting from Georgia Gwinnett College’s funding. The full Senate will vote this week on the […]

In to Africa!

Everyone is invited to a FREE concert, Thursday, February 21, 7:30 p.m., at the Rome City Auditorium. The NW GA WINDS plus the Djembe Drummers and students from Darlington and Montessori School of Rome will perform music of Africa. The program will be conducted by Dr. Sam Baltzer and will last about an hour.

Chargers regular season final home game today

The Chargers host Albany Tech in their final regular season home game of the season this evening. The Lady Chargers tip -off at 5:30pm followed by the Chargers at 7:30pm. We will be honoring the 4 Lady Chargers sophomores who will be leaving us at the end of the year. There will be a presentations […]

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USG NEWS: Georgia must open doors to meet education goals, speaker says By LEE SHEARER Georgia needs to develop a sense of urgency if the state really wants to reach Gov. Nathan Deal’s goal of raising by 250,000 the number of its citizens graduating from college or technical training by the year 2020, […]

Summer 2013 TAP applications

Tuition Assistance Program Deadline April 15, 2013 The Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) is available to full time benefits-eligible employees of the University System of Georgia who have successfully completed a minimum of six (6) months of employment in a benefit-eligible position (as of the date of the TAP application deadline for the desired academic semester). […]


Diversity Awards

The diversity initiatives committee of Georgia Highlands College (GHC) has created awards to honor those who put forth great effort toward the advancement of diversity and multiculturalism in higher education. There are four distinctions that will be recognized for the 2012-2013 academic year. Diversity Student Leadership Award: This award will be given to a student […]