6 Georgians Named on List of 44 2019 HBCU Competitiveness Scholars

44 students from 34 historically black colleges and universities (HBCU) selected as 2019 HBCU Competitiveness Scholars – the Initiative's highest student recognition. 6 of those are from Georgia.

4 GA Communities Selected for Georgia Tech’s Inaugural “Smart Communities Challenge”

The challenge partners the higher education institution with public agencies to help local governments implement smart development. If the strategies are successful, they will be used as models for other communities in Georgia. 

Finalist named for Georgia Institute of Technology presidency

Cabrera is currently president of George Mason University, a top-tier research institution and the largest public university in Virginia.

TCSG Foundation Names New Board Members

2 new board members for TCSG.

SEC Seeks Emergency Relief to Halt Ponzi Scheme Run From College Fraternity

The Securities and Exchange Commission yesterday announced an emergency action charging a recent college graduate with orchestrating a Ponzi scheme that targeted college students and young...

UGA Names New Dean of Public Health

The University of Georgia has announced a new Dean of the College of Public Health.

ICE is increasing entry fees for international exchange students

SEVP monitors more than one million international students pursuing academic or vocational studies (F and M visa holders) in the United States and their dependents

Kia Motors Manufacturing Georgia makes $45,000 donation to support the Technical College System of...

“With the Last Mile Fund, we can provide much-needed support to students who would otherwise not be able to continue their educational goals due to financial barriers,” said TCSG Commissioner Matt Arthur.

3 Georgia Schools Named Green Ribbon Schools by US Dept. of Education

Across the country, 35 schools, 14 districts, and four postsecondary institutions are being honored for their innovative efforts to address the three "Pillars" of the program