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GHC listed as best value for a two year degree in the state by federal report

Only two colleges were highlighted in Georgia during the White House’s recent unveiling of College Scorecard, a website designed to provide “the clearest, most accessible, and most reliable national data on college cost, graduation, debt, and post-college earnings.” GHC was highlighted in the two-year category and Georgia Institute of Technology in the four-year category as […]

Commencement speaker Bobby Lee Cook to address GHC’s class of 2018

Georgia Highlands College Commencement will be held on Saturday, May 12th, at The Forum River Center in downtown Rome at 10AM. The nursing pinning ceremony will be held at 6PM on May 11th at the First Baptist of Cartersville. The Honorable Bobby Lee Cook will give the commencement address. Bobby Lee Cook is a trial […]

Lisa Williams to speak at GHC on April 25

Lisa Williams, founder and director of Living Water for Girls, will speak at Georgia Highlands College on April 25 at 2 p.m. on the Cartersville campus in the Student Center, as a part of GHC’s promotion of Women’s History. She will speak on her mission of helping girls and young women survivors of violence, street […]


What if you could get paid to go to college? Well, now you can! The Georgia Highlands College Foundation has released 20 new scholarships specifically designed for students working on completing their college degree. You can earn a total of $250 every semester! If you have 12 or more credit hours, a completed FAFSA on […]

Floyd County Chief of Police to speak to students at GHC

Georgia Highlands College’s Political Science and Criminal Justice student group will host Floyd County Chief of Police Mark Wallace on April 12th at 11:15AM in the Student Center at GHC’s Rome location.  Wallace has worked for the Floyd County Police Department for nearly 40 years. He is a GHC alumnus who graduated with his Associate Degree in […]