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Written by Matt Davis on November 8, 2017. Posted in News/Weather

Georgia Highlands College’s enrollment for fall 2017 held steady at 6,013 students to mark a zero percent change from fall 2016, according to a GHC media release, which additionally states that enrollment for summer 2017 exhibited a decrease of 73 students overall.

Efforts to improve enrollment processes for all students are cited for the current slowed enrollment.  These updates are ultimately intended to help students in the future.

Don Green, President of GHC, states, “We knew we wouldn’t see increases we had experienced over the past several semesters.  However, turning our focus to drastically improving our enrollment processes bolsters our student retention and helps students be more successful.  It’s worth it when you consider how this will help students complete their degree on time, as well as set them up on a financial plan that has them graduating with little to no debt upon completion.”

The University System of Georgia reported a 1.1 percent increase system wide.  GHC continues to possess the second highest enrollment for state colleges across the state.

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