With its students appearing as the originating cast and crew, Young Harris College is pleased to have premiered the musical “Little Piglet Gets a Sister,” now available for licensing through Plays for New Audiences.
A record-breaking 205 golfers hit the links Monday, May 22, as Young Harris College hosted the 19th Annual Clay Dotson Open Golf Tournament at Brasstown Valley Resort. The tournament raised over $100,000 for student scholarships.
Young Harris College Trustee Ray P. Lambert, Jr. received the College’s highest award, the YHC Medallion, during its 2023 Commencement ceremony on May 6.
A new member has joined the Communications team at Young Harris, bringing a blend of nearly 40 years of journalism and public relations experience to the College.
YHC hosted its Annual Faculty and Staff Appreciation Luncheon on Thursday, May 11. College employees enjoyed an afternoon of cornhole and karaoke, and the incoming Staff Council and the Unsung Heroes of Young Harris College were announced.
The Young Harris College 2022–2023 academic year has come to an end, and members of the Class of 2023 have completed their final year in the Enchanted Valley. After celebrating YHC seniors at the annual Senior Reception and Baccalaureate Service, the College held its traditional Commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 6, in the Harp Recreation and Commencement Center.
Caden Quiles, Young Harris College Class of 2023, has been selected to intern with the American Junior Golf Association during the summer of 2023. This opportunity will allow Caden to use the knowledge and skills he has developed through his newly acquired bachelor’s degree in Sports and Recreation Studies.
Young Harris College is pleased and excited to announce the 2023 Commencement Speaker: Matthew (Mateo) George, who completed his degree in December of 2022, majoring in Communication Studies and Spanish.
Young Harris College’s Department of Sports, Recreation, and Outdoor Studies has partnered with the Nantahala Outdoor Center (NOC) to provide students with opportunities for experiential leadership, education, and practice.
On Saturday, April 22, YHC welcomed thirty-one accepted students and 44 family members to campus for Ready to ROAR. Through this initial step in the College’s Readiness, Orientation, and Academic Registration (ROAR) Program, incoming students enjoy an all-day event designed to introduce new Mountain Lions and their families to life on campus.
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