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Code of Conduct

Fundamental Rights of the Accused

Students and student organizations charged with violating the Standards of Conduct are entitled to the following rights under the Young Harris College student conduct system:

(1) Notice of the charge(s), account of the alleged misconduct, list of witnesses, and notice of the scheduled hearing delivered seventy-two (72) hours before a hearing. The student may request additional time by showing good cause.

(2) Notice of the maximum allowable penalty (i.e., expulsion).

(3) The right to a hearing closed to the public.

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BIT Reporting Form

Background Information
While anonymous reports are accepted, you are strongly encouraged to provide your name and contact information in order to allow us to most effectively address the concerning behavior.
Person of Concern
Please provide as much information as possible about the student exhibiting concerning behavior.
Please provide a detailed description of the incident, your concern regarding the student, or any observed behavior.
Photos, videos, audio files, emails, and other supporting documents may be attached below.
Files must be less than 2 MB.
Allowed file types: gif jpg jpeg png bmp txt html pdf doc docx avi mov mp3 wav zip.

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Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT)

The Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) is charged with the task of promoting a safer campus environment by effectively assessing and addressing threatening and/or concerning behavior involving Young Harris College students. BIT receives reports of disruptive, problematic, or concerning behavior; conducts an investigation; and determines the best mechanisms for support, intervention, and response. Due to federal privacy law, outcomes may not always be shared with a reporting party.

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Contact Young Harris Early College

 

 

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START Leaders

2017 START Leaders

2017 START Head Leaders

Left to right: Derrien Carr, Abby Betts, Emilyann Pittman, Millie Scott 


2017 START Orientation Leaders

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Courses

Fall 2017 Courses

Click on the appropriate link below to view a list of available courses, prerequisites and high school equivalents. 

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Courses

MOWR is an investment in a student's future—offering high school students the dynamic opportunity to "jump start" their college education by enrolling in college classes and simultaneously obtaining high school and college credit. The benefits include:

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MOWR Admissions

Students wishing to participate in Move On When Ready through Young Harris Early College should speak with their high school guidance counselor before starting the application process.

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Early College Overview

Young Harris Early College is an investment in your future—offering high school students the dynamic opportunity to jump-start their college education by enrolling in college classes while simultaneously obtaining high school and college credit. The benefits include:

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