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219,000 students benefit from Georgia’s free online textbook program

To date, Affordable Learning Georgia has saved students more than $31 million on textbook costs, and the initiative is expected to grow in coming years.

Free speech mandate moves through GA Senate

Georgia's universities and colleges would have to create a free-speech policy protecting speakers under a proposed measure that passed the Senate on Monday. The legislation,...

Georgia’s Disability Employment Initiative Receives National Recognition for Demonstrating Best Practice

Georgia’s Disability Employment Initiative received national recognition this week by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Disability Employment Policy for demonstrating best practices and delivering superior service.

Sex ring allegations reported at Georgia university involves sorority

Allegations of a sex ring in exchange for sorority fees involves university employee.

Georgia Southern team awarded more than $750,000 for teacher development grant

A team of Georgia Southern University professors led by College of Education’s (COE) Lacey Huffling, Ph.D., has been awarded a $763,897 grant from the...

GA Southern University presidential search committee named

Georgia Southern University is seeking a new president, search committee named.

Georgia Southern opens new Health Professions Academic Building, home to Waters College of Health...

Georgia Southern University President Shelley C. Nickel, Gov. Nathan Deal, University System of Georgia Chancellor Steve Wrigley and Board of Regents Chair Don Waters...

‘Paper-pencil test option’ bill heads to Governor Deal for signature

HB 425, which allows for paper-pencil testing options for state mandated tests, has passed the Georgia Senate and will head to Governor Deal for...

Georgia’s Top GED Graduates Named

Annual conference honors outstanding adult student and educator achievements The Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG) recognized the most outstanding GED® graduates of the year...

University System of Georgia Joins Forces with US Army

The University System of Georgia (USG) and the U.S. Army Cyber Center in Augusta are working together to help fill the more than 11,000 current cyber job openings around the state.