We are GHC


One of the best kept secrets at Georgia Highlands College is the number of amazing stories surrounding the lives of those at GHC—and how truly interconnected they all are. This has led to a collection 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.

Alyssa Ottley chose to start at GHC before attending Georgia State. Find her story and more at Testimonials

What's Happening at Georgia Highlands College
  • GHC hosting a Tomb of the Unknown Soldier exhibit in Rome on September 11 and 12

    Georgia Highlands College will be hosting a Tomb of the Unknown Soldier exhibit on the Floyd campus in the Lakeview Building Art Gallery on September 11 and 12 with presentations and information sessions given between 8AM and 530PM. The display is open to the public. The Student Veterans of America Club is sponsoring the visit […]

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  • Longtime faculty member retires from GHC with 25 years of service

    Being labeled a “professional student” might be considered a jab to some, but for Carla Patterson, it was a goal… sort of. Although the slang term, which often labels students who perpetually take classes for many years with no desire to finish, might not be an exact definition for Carla, it does help describe her […]

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    GHC starts new semester by honoring faculty and staff, welcomes 14 new full-time faculty members

    Georgia Highlands College kicked off another academic year by honoring its faculty and staff from each of its locations for the 2017-2018 academic year at its annual in-service meeting. GHC also welcomed 14 new full-time faculty from varying educational experiences and backgrounds. The 2017-2018 awards and recipients were: Outstanding Administrator Award — Julia Areh This award is designed for administrators who consistently project a […]

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New Building
R.S.V.P. for the Ribbon Cutting and Open House for the new GHC Academic Building in Cartersville! Read More ›
Charger Tours
Brand new Charger Tours are happening now. Reserve your spot today! Read More ›