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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. 

Private Christian College in Georgia Cuts Ties with Nike

One of Georgia's private Christian colleges has announced that it is severing ties with Nike. The move is in response to the Colin Kaepernick ad campaign.

Board of Regents of USG announces finalist for next President of Georgia Southern

Board of Regents Chairman Don L. Waters and University System of Georgia (USG) Chancellor Steve Wrigley recently announced Dr. Kyle Marrero as the finalist...

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

South Georgia University Cybersecurity program ranked 9th by ‘Military Times’

South GA University received recognition for Cybersecurity program

Deal: Hall Campus of Lanier Technical College “a 21st-century campus for a 21st-century workforce”

Gov. Nathan Deal this week attended a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the completion of the new Hall Campus of Lanier Technical College, a unit...

University of West Georgia interim president named

Crafton will assume this role on April 1, following the departure of Dr. Kyle Marrero to Georgia Southern University.

HBCUs Scholar Opportunities announced by White House

Opportunities for students who attend HBCUs.

Report: Georgia’s Colleges and Universities Generate $16.8 billion Economic Impact

In 2017, the University System of Georgia (USG) had a $16.8 billion economic impact on the state of Georgia, according to an annual report available...

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.