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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.

Abel Cruz chose to start his nursing career path at GHC. Find his story and more at Testimonials

What's Happening at Georgia Highlands College
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    GHC names Michelle Boyce the new dean of Health Sciences

    Georgia Highlands College has appointed Michelle Boyce as the new dean of Health Sciences. Boyce will oversee the Division of Health Sciences, which includes nursing and dental hygiene. GHC currently offers an associate and bachelor’s in both nursing and dental hygiene. Boyce is a Registered Dental Hygienist with an Associate of Science Applied Technology in […]

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    Faculty member chosen to study in South Africa

    Georgia Highlands College Assistant Professor of Sociology Christina Wolfe has been chosen to take part in the University of South Carolina’s International Perspectives on Higher Education (IPHE) in March. Wolfe will join a group of other college faculty and staff from around the country on a visit to South Africa. “We will be visiting universities […]

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     Etowah Scholarship Foundation’s sixth annual Reality Store held at GHC

    Bartow County freshmen learned a valuable lesson last week — life is expensive when mom and dad are no longer paying the bills. About 1,300 freshmen from Adairsville, Cartersville, Cass and Woodland high schools — along with freshmen and sophomores from Excel Christian Academy and all high schoolers from Grace Academy — attended the Etowah […]

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