Walking the Wall

"Walking the Wall" is a tradition that begins at midnight before finals.

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Recreation Center

The Recreation and Fitness Center features a 37-foot-high rock climbing wall, elevated indoor jogging track, and 1,100-seat arena.

Artemas

YHC was founded in 1886 by circuit-riding Methodist minister Artemas Lester.

Forests

YHC is surrounded by three national forests in the Appalachian Mountains.

Athletics

A quarter of our student body competes in NCAA Division II athletics.

Fast Facts
Planetarium

The full-dome O. Wayne Rollins Planetarium features a high-tech GOTO Chronos Space Simulator that creates a realistic starry sky.

Campus Center

The largest building ever constructed at YHC, the Rollins Campus Center is the new social and intellectual heart of the College.

Outreach

Students create positive change through outreach trips, volunteer groups like Bonner Leaders and SERVE, and service learning courses.

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Bucket List

The YHC Bucket List includes 100 experiences not to be missed before graduation.

Brasstown

Students hike from the tallest peak in Georgia, Brasstown Bald, to campus as freshmen—and then hike to the top during graduation week.

Parents
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Chapel

Built in 1892, Susan B. Harris Chapel is the oldest building on campus.

Campus Events
International

Around 30 countries beyond the U.S. are represented on campus.

Get Social
Research

Our natural laboratory allows students to conduct unique research locally.

Distinction

YHC has been nationally recognized as a College of Distinction since 2011.

Luke

YHC’s mascot, Luke the Mountain Lion, is named for alumnus Luke Ruston, ’42, who coached basketball from 1948-1969 and won 407 games.

Walking the Wall

"Walking the Wall" is a tradition that begins at midnight before finals.

Apply Now
Recreation Center

The Recreation and Fitness Center features a 37-foot-high rock climbing wall, elevated indoor jogging track, and 1,100-seat arena.

Register to Visit
Brasstown

Students hike from the tallest peak in Georgia, Brasstown Bald, to campus as freshmen—and then hike to the top during graduation week.

Forests

YHC is surrounded by three national forests in the Appalachian Mountains.

Athletics

A quarter of our student body competes in NCAA Division II athletics.

Artemas

YHC was founded in 1886 by circuit-riding Methodist minister Artemas Lester.

Fast Facts
Campus Center

The largest building ever constructed at YHC, the Rollins Campus Center is the new social and intellectual heart of the College.

Outreach

Students create positive change through outreach trips, volunteer groups like Bonner Leaders and SERVE, and service learning courses.

Request Info
Bucket List

The YHC Bucket List includes 100 experiences not to be missed before graduation.

Planetarium

The full-dome O. Wayne Rollins Planetarium features a high-tech GOTO Chronos Space Simulator that creates a realistic starry sky.

Parents
Chapel

Built in 1892, Susan B. Harris Chapel is the oldest building on campus.

Campus Events
International

Around 30 countries beyond the U.S. are represented on campus.

Get Social
Research

Our natural laboratory allows students to conduct unique research locally.

Distinction

YHC has been nationally recognized as a College of Distinction since 2011.

Luke

YHC’s mascot, Luke the Mountain Lion, is named for alumnus Luke Ruston, ’42, who coached basketball from 1948-1969 and won 407 games.