Georgia Southern Announces How Students Will Be Refunded

Georgia Southern students received word Tuesday regarding how they'll be refunded for services not used since the university went to an "online only" platform and graduation was canceled. 

Colleges in Georgia: Students Won’t Need SAT, ACT Scores for Admission

The change does not impact admissions at Georgia Tech or the University of Georgia.

All Graduation Ceremonies Canceled for Public Universities in Georgia

All 26 institutions are also working on how to issue partial refunds for some students.

Lowe’s Provides Grant to SkillsUSA Georgia Association

SkillsUSA, a partner in the Generation T national movement launched by Lowe’s Home Improvement to address the widening skills gap, has received a $1.2 million grant for support of SkillsUSA State Leadership and Skills Conferences.

Georgia Southern Cancels Spring Graduation Ceremonies

Spring 2020 commencement ceremonies have been canceled.

Ga Colleges, Universities to Go Exclusively Online for the Remainder of the Semester

Colleges and universities within the University System of Georgia will continue almost exclusively online for the remainder of the semester, students and faculty learned Monday afternoon.

Technical College System of Ga honors 26 adult learners with 2020 EAGLE Award

The Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG) has recognized 26 adult learners with the 27th annual Exceptional Adult Georgian in Literacy Education (EAGLE) Award for outstanding achievement in the state’s adult education program.

Lights, camera, tax credits: Professors complete study of film tax credit for Georgia

The film industry in Georgia is booming, and the reason can be almost entirely attributed to Georgia’s film tax credit. However, for many budget-watchers, questions remain about the efficacy of the credit.

University System of Georgia to suspend operations due to COVID-19

USG institutions to close to students for two weeks.

VA intends to suspend enrollment of new GI Bill students at 4 Institutions

VA has concluded there is sufficient evidence to support a finding that these schools have utilized advertising, sales, or enrollment practices that are erroneous, deceptive, or misleading either by actual statement, omission, or intimation against GI Bill beneficiaries,