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GA Southern University presidential search committee named

Georgia Southern University is seeking a new president, search committee named.

Board of Regents Elects New Officers

The Board of Regents, the 19-member governing body for the University System of Georgia, today elected Regent Don L. Waters to a one-year term...

Retired Georgia Tech math professor claims journal article was deleted, too offensive

A retired professor of mathematics at Georgia Tech, claims that activists successfully pressured the New York Journal of Mathematics to delete an article he had written because it was considered a politically incorrect subject.

Georgia Settles Suit with For-Profit Education Company, Relief for More Than 16,000 Students

Attorney General Chris Carr and 48 other attorneys general recently announced that Career Education Corp. (CEC), a for-profit education company, has agreed to reform...

Georgia Southern team awarded more than $750,000 for teacher development grant

A team of Georgia Southern University professors led by College of Education’s (COE) Lacey Huffling, Ph.D., has been awarded a $763,897 grant from the...

219,000 students benefit from Georgia’s free online textbook program

To date, Affordable Learning Georgia has saved students more than $31 million on textbook costs, and the initiative is expected to grow in coming years.

Need financial aid to go to college? Avoid 11 common FAFSA form mistakes

Completing financial aid forms can be daunting - avoid those FAFSA form mistakes.

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...

Georgia Southern public health professor wins prestigious national award

Julie Reagan, Ph.D., J.D., M.P.H., assistant professor in the Department of Health Policy and Community Health at Georgia Southern University, was recently honored with...

Loans Issued to Black Colleges Post-Hurricane Now Fully-Forgiven

This week U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos announced full forgiveness of the hurricane relief loans provided to four Historically Black Colleges and Universities...