Huckaby: “We are making the right decisions for students and the state”
January 15, 2014 | News Release
The need to help more students afford and earn a degree is driving key and fundamental changes in the University System of Georgia, said Chancellor Hank Huckaby in remarks today to the Georgia General Assembly’s Joint Appropriations Committee.
Citing the need to restructure public higher education to work more effectively and efficiently, Hucakby told the legislators: “It is hypocritical to talk about the “new normal” for public higher...read more »
News Release: Five University System Faculty Honored for Teaching
Did You Know?
For recent University System of Georgia graduates, a college degree is worth an average of $21,000 a year more than a high-school graduate can expect to make. Over the course of a working career, the average graduate of a public college or university in Georgia can expect to earn nearly $1 million more than a high-school-educated neighbor.
University System of Georgia Facts