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Charger. Connections.

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Student Engagement Events:

Six Mile Post: The Six Mile Post has posted their new weekly newsletter! Click HERE to access all of the information located within the weekly newsletter!

Charger Innovation Challenge: Got an interesting idea you'd like to pitch to a panel of entrepreneurs and local business leaders? Want a cash prize? The Charger Innovation Challenge is for you! For more information, guidelines and registration, click here.

African-American Patriotism: An Analysis of the Song "Lift Every Voice & Sing": Please join us on Friday, January 29th, 10-11:30a for the next lecture in the Social Science and Education speaker series on racism and social justice. The speaker will be Dr. Timothy Askew, Professor of English, Clark-Atlanta University. Register for the event HERE

Student Success Workshops:

Please join one of the Virtual Student Success Workshops via Zoom.

February 2, 2021 at 9:30 am

February 3, 2021 at 2:30 pm

February 8, 2021 at 6:00 pm

At these workshops you will:

  • Meet an academic advisor
  • Meet fellow students
  • Learn more about GHC resources
  • Get tips to help you be successful in college

You can sign up for the workshop through Navigate. If you have questions, please email

Student login Navigate:

Virtual Hub:

You heard that right! All students have access to their own virtual hub. Click HERE to access and learn more!

Student Organizations:

Lake Allatoon a Clean Up: Join Green Highlands and Keep Bartow Beautiful for the "Water Down" Clean up, Saturday, 1/23 at 10am. Email Brandy Rogers at for more info.

Baptist Student Union: Meetings every Wednesday at 12pm in the Solarium at the Floyd Campus.

Brother 2 Brother: Virtual meetings every Tuesday at 2pm and Thursday at 3:30pm. Email Evan Snelling at for information.


Good to Know!:

GHC Library has added a new page of resources on the Social Justice LibGuide to help celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month and bring attention to Hispanic and Latinx topics and discussions: 

Included in this guide are ways to get involved at GHC; including joining the GHC Hispanic Organization Merging Excellence Club, or the GHC Spanish Activities Club.

*We hope that our students and faculty will enjoy this collection of materials that seek to amplify Hispanic and Latinx stories, voices, and address issues concerning race and racism.*

Looking Ahead:

Make sure you're registered for Spring classes!

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