We are GHC


One of the best kept secrets at Georgia Highlands College is the amount of amazing stories surrounding the lives of those at GHC—and how truly interconnected they all are. This has led to a growing number of stories from students, alumni, faculty, staff, community partners, donors, and many more, who all wish to express just how much GHC has made a difference in their lives.

Oliver Robbins never thought he could make a living doing something he loved. Find his story and more at Testimonials

What's Happening at Georgia Highlands College
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    New book illustrated by GHC freshman

    At 18, Jacob Satterfield is already a published illustrator.   The freshman at Georgia Highlands College’s Cartersville campus drew the illustrations for “Be Kind Shouted the Mime” by Otter, a book that was released Monday by Yawn Publishing in Canton.   “This is the very first book I’ve ever illustrated,” Satterfield said, noting seeing his […]

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    GHC Teacher of the Year to be honored by Cobb County Chamber of Commerce

    It’s a Sunday afternoon at the local Starbucks. GHC students have taken over the place. They’re working on their chemistry homework. And right in the center of it all is Assistant Professor of Chemistry Sarah Tesar helping them.   “I guess I just try to be as involved as I can, as they let me,” […]

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    GHC receives education grant to enhance Paris Lake and the Wetlands on Floyd campus

    Georgia Highland College was awarded a $1,000 education grant from the North American Native Fishes Association (NANFA). The Gerald C. Corcoran Education Grant is a highly competitive grant with only two projects awarded in 2016.   The grant money will go toward the Division of Science and Physical Education’s “Wetlands Experience.”   “This grant specifically […]

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Getting Started
Early Bird Advising (EBA) happens fall and spring at each campus. Students schedule a meeting with a faculty advisor to discuss academic planning. In this meeting students and faculty will plan courses for upcoming semesters, explore additional program requirements, and discuss degree completion and transfer options. Read More ›
RN-BSN Deadline
The RN-BSN Completion Program is offered completely online so you will be able to continue working while going to school. Read More ›
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