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How Much Will College Presidents in Georgia Make Next Year?

Serving as a president of a state college or university is big money in Georgia - and a handful of those who lead higher education institutions will once again see a raise over the previous fiscal year.

44% of parents are paying off their own student loans, while also paying for...

In a disturbing report released this week, data shows that more and more parents are paying off their own student loans while also paying for their own children's college tuition. 

Georgia Southern receives grant to create new, bilateral study abroad experience

Georgia Southern University is one of 18 higher education institutions that will soon implement a new academic exchange program to provide students unique learning opportunities thanks to a grant from the 100,000 Strong in the Americas Innovation Fund Competition.

2 More Parents Plead Guilty in College Admissions Scandal

Two parents charged in the college admissions case pleaded guilty Wednesday in federal court in Boston in connection with paying a total of $600,000...

ABC’s Deborah Roberts pledges $100K to UGA for scholarship

Deborah Roberts has pledged $100,000, which will be matched by the UGA Foundation, to create a need-based scholarship through the Georgia Commitment Scholarship Program.

TCSG Unveils Mobile Welding Lab at State Capitol

The labs are equipped with six, state-of-the-art welding booths, virtual welders, and other instructional resources that will allow local colleges to better serve industry needs and meet workforce demands. 

School Owner Indicted for Defrauding Department of Veterans Affairs Program Dedicated to Rehabilitating Disabled...

The owner of a physical security school has been indicted by a federal grand jury for defrauding a U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) program dedicated to rehabilitating military veterans with service-connecting disabilities and for making false statements to the VA. 

Technical College System of Georgia Announces 2019 Student of the Year

Details on the winner, the runner up, and the other finalists -- all in the link. Congrats to all!

U.S. Department of Labor Cites Georgia Preparatory College For Exposing Employees to Trenching Hazards

The military college preparatory academy in Georgia was cited for exposing employees to trenching hazards. The company faces $381,882 in penalties, including citations for the maximum penalties allowed by law.

TCSG Announces Instructor of the Year

Which technical college instructor landed the award for top instructor in the state? The details, the runner up, and the names of the other finalists -->