President’s Blog: On Stress

Two weeks into the Fall semester, as students and faculty settle into new schedules and we begin to get a clear picture of our enrollment, it is worth focusing on the human element of higher education. The stress factor is palpable, or as all-too-common social media memes might put it, “the struggle is real.” Yet Continue reading


President’s Blog: On Hope

As thousands of students return to our five campuses today, we begin a new academic year. For some, this is the very first day of their college careers. For others, the final stretch towards graduation in December or May. For all of us, today holds promise


President’s Blog: On Planning

Abraham Lincoln once said, “Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe.” Our planning intentions are now refined into precise actions that will result in where the institution needs to go. This third year of our plan is critical in terms of delivering on Continue reading


President’s Blog: On Collaboration

Our progress under Complete College Georgia—an initiative that seeks to remove artificial barriers to post-secondary student success—provides policymakers with a picture of how well we, as educators, are preparing Georgia’s workforce for industries that drive our economy. Increasingly we are overcoming our silos and working collaboratively across divisions, departments and campuses. Learn more about our Continue reading


October Schedule for Career Services

Upcoming October Events from the Office of Career Services! 10/4 Macon: Student Success Series (SSS) Communication and Teamwork Workshop, 12pm-1pm, SLC 254. Free lunch will be provided! 10/12  Dublin: Student Success Series (SSS) Crafting an Elevator Pitch Workshop, 11:15am-12:15pm, Student Center. Refreshments will be provided! Eastman: Student Success Series (SSS) Crafting an Elevator Pitch Workshop, Continue reading