TCSG Providing Assistance to Combat Coronavirus

TCSG colleges have donated more than 50 ventilators to healthcare systems as the number of Georgians infected by COVID-19 increases.

TCSG Foundation Establishes Emergency Response Fund

The initial gift will provide essential computers and equipment for online learning to students in need.

RIP Medical Debt Announces Helping COVID Heroes Fund

The national nonprofit is raising money to relieve medical debt for the first responders on the frontlines of the pandemic -- nurses, home health aids, pharmacists, social workers, hospital technicians, the National Guard and others who may fall sick while working to fight against coronavirus.

STUDY: 40% of Parents Considering College Delay for High School Seniors Due to COVID-19

National survey finds critical concerns include student safety, lack of communication from schools

USG Working to Supply Critical Medical Supplies in Fight Against COVID-19

Public safety and emergency management personnel at all 26 USG institutions are coordinating with departments on each campus to inventory and collect these supplies, which are typically used for everything from research and campus maintenance to nursing programs and on-campus health clinics.

University System of Georgia Cancels In-Person Classes for May, Summer Semester

The University System of Georgia has decided to move all classes online for Maymester and Summer Semester courses. The hope is to return to in-person instruction in the fall.

New study shows student recruitment going virtual fueled by coronavirus fears

Times are changing, but whether or not this will all go back to 'how it used to be' remains to be seen.

Georgia Southern Hoping to Reschedule Spring Graduation

Georgia Southern University says that in addition to holding a 'virtual ceremony' in May, the university hopes to reschedule the in-person ceremony and will open the December commencement up to any students interested in walking at that time.

College’s costume shop makes masks for hospital workers

Alan Yeong-Marcello and Nan Stephens of the University of West Georgia’s Department of Theatre are now two of the thousands of people who are coming together to help humanity battle the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) by sewing masks for the medical community.

DeVos Directs FSA to Stop Wage Garnishment, Collections Actions for Student Loan Borrowers

Feds Will Refund More Than $1.8 Billion to Students, Families This flexibility will last for a period of at least 60 days from March 13, 2020.