Education: Georgia Highlands’ fall enrollment of 6,184 students up 2.8%, leads state in growth. Huddle House fundraiser to benefit Pepperell Elementary Nov. 13.

Education: Georgia Highlands’ fall enrollment of 6,184 students up 2.8%, leads state in growth. Huddle House fundraiser to benefit Pepperell Elementary Nov. 13.

Georgia Highlands College leads the University System of Georgia’s state colleges in enrollment growth for fall 2018 with a 2.8 percent increase. GHC continues to hold the second highest enrollment for state colleges in Georgia.

GHC posted 6,184 students for the fall semester, up from 6,013 students a year earlier. Georgia Gwinnett College has 12,508 students, up 1.8 percent from the same time a year ago.

According to the USG, fall 2018 enrollment in the USG’s 26 colleges and universities had an increase of 1.1 percent over the previous year, making this fall the fourth consecutive year that enrollment continued to reach an all-time high in the USG’s total student enrollment.

The enrollment numbers were released in the USG’s “Fall 2018 Semester Enrollment Report,” which breaks down enrollment by institution, class, race and ethnicity, in-state, out-of-state and international students, as well as gender and age. The full enrollment report is available here 


Huddle House off U.S. 411 in Rome is hosting a fundraiser for Pepperell Elementary from 5-9 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 13, with 15 percent of all proceeds being donated to the school.

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