Category Archives: Emergency News

Emergency News

March 23 Update – New Deadlines

In an effort to increase academic success and degree completion, GHC will be extending a number of deadlines at this time. We believe this will help students focus on the transition to remote delivery set for March 30. The last day to withdraw from classes without academic penalty is outlined here:     PART OF […]

March 23 Update – Commencement Questions

Graduation is an important time of year, and we are always very excited to celebrate your academic success. As you know, GHC will be postponing the graduation ceremony set for May 16 and nursing pinning set for May 15, but that doesn’t mean we are not going to commemorate your special moment. At this time, […]

March 20 Update – Commencement Postponed

Per the guidance of the University System of Georgia, Georgia Highlands College will postpone the graduation ceremony set for May 16 and nursing pinning set for May 15. Students will still graduate consistent with academic standards, but the actual ceremonies will not be held as originally scheduled. The USG and GHC continue to follow Centers […]

March 17 Update – Remote Delivery Set for March 30

We want to thank you for your continued support and patience during this time. Georgia Highlands College is working to keep you informed while we continue to diligently address challenges surrounding COVID-19 together. Your health and safety are always our highest priority, and your success here at GHC remains our biggest mission. Just like every […]

March 13 Update – Events Postponed

As you heard on Thursday (March 12), Georgia Highlands College will temporarily suspend classes, including online classes, for all students effective Monday (March 16) for two weeks. Please note, if you are a student of eCore or eMajor, your classes will resume as scheduled. The reason for the temporary suspension of classes is to allow […]

March 12 Update – Classes Temporarily Suspended

Following Governor Kemp’s press conference on March 12, Georgia Highlands College will continue to work with the University System of Georgia to provide updates as they become available. At this time, starting Monday (March 16), all University System of Georgia institutions, including Georgia Highlands College, will temporarily suspend classes for students for two weeks as […]