Augusta University’s Free COVID-19 Screening App Gets $400k Donation

In recent addresses to Georgians regarding COVID-19, Governor Brian Kemp has applauded the launch of Augusta University’s COVID-19 telemedicine app and highlighted the value of public-private partnerships.

TCSG Granted $12 Million for Dislocated Workers

The grant, totaling $12 million, will help address workforce-related impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.

TCSG Expands Online Education and Training Opportunities Due to Impact of Coronavirus

TCSG is expanding its online program opportunities as well as offering free, professional development and online training courses to provide more Georgians the flexibility to enhance their skills during this time. 

Record graduating class to be honored during commencement livestream

The University of West Georgia will confer a record 1,415 degrees to its largest-ever graduating class during a virtual commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 9. The unprecedented event will be live-streamed beginning at 3 p.m.

Georgia Southern virtual graduation is a star-studded celebration of students

When COVID-19 health concerns forced all University System of Georgia institutions to cancel their graduation ceremonies, Georgia Southern staff quickly mobilized to brainstorm alternatives. Here's what they planned -->

GNTC Respiratory Care graduates share their stories on the COVID-19 frontline

From northwest Georgia to New York City, graduates of Georgia Northwestern Technical College’s (GNTC) Respiratory Care program are sharing what it’s like to be on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic

Professor Going the Distance in Unusual Times

Dr. Angela Branyon spent 40 years supporting K-12 students in Virginia before moving to teach the next generation of educators at the University of West Georgia. Now, in this evolving time of instruction, she’s working on reaching students when access to technology is out of reach.

Ga Colleges, Universities Won’t Raise Tuition for 2020-21 School Year

Students will pay the same tuition rates at all 26 USG institutions for the 2020-2021 academic year as they do now for the current 2019-2020 academic year.

KSU the Only ‘Green Ribbon School’ in Ga for 2020

The list is nationwide for institutions that have been selected for special recognition based on their commitment to healthy, safe, and sustainable learning environments.

Kia Motors Manufacturing Georgia makes $20,000 donation to TCSG Emergency Response Fund

These funds will help TCSG remain responsive to the critical needs facing higher education students in Georgia during the COVID-19 pandemic.