Georgia Highlands College was my first choice as a community college. I applied due to its low priced tuition for in-state students, the smaller classrooms (which improve the learning environment in the transition of high school to college), the fact that it is very close to home (I can get there in within fifteen minutes without traffic, twenty to twenty five with traffic). I have learned a lot overall in my these past two semester I have attended.
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Georgia Highlands isn't anything special for big university goers, but for those who aren't ready or do not wish to have the high profile pressure of a 4-year college, its just the place. GHC has multiple campuses around the North Georgia area, is relatively local based on where you live, and the tuition is cheap. The classes, as far as the ones I have taken, are not impossible but are still college level difficulty and will still eat up the necessary hours for your intended degree. Usually your duration at Highlands wont last long, and it is a school to get a 2 year degree, which supplies a lot of flexibility for future transfer students.» Read More
Georgia Highlands College has allowed me to acquire most of my college core requirements close to home for less money. The teachers are amazing and always available to help. The student community is very close and I have many new friends that I think will stand the test of time.» Read More
Most of the teachers are on first-name basis with their students; that is very helpful when having trouble in a class. Although it is a community college, there is a good amount of student involvement. Georgia Highlands is a great place to start your college career!» Read More
The teachers are nice and always willing to help you. The school has multiple campuses so that it is easy for everyone that attends to find a campus close to them. The classes transfer, which was a huge decision factor for me.» Read More