At the helm of the finances of Young Harris College for nearly three decades, Chief Financial Officer Wade Benson will be retiring at the end of September.
Young Harris College signs agreement for undergraduate students interested in becoming physical therapists with the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.
Nothing hammers home the importance of safety like hurling down the Nantahala River in an inflatable raft, but that was exactly the lesson students from Young Harris College had recently.
Dr. Jennifer Schroeder, a biology professor at Young Harris College, was one of 18 faculty members across the state of Georgia selected as a Governor’s Teaching Fellow for the May 2023 symposium.
Young Harris College invites the community to attend upcoming Fine Arts events in September. Most events will take place on the YHC campus, which is located at One College Street in Young Harris.
Mixed-media art is about seeing art in things that many people might not – a faded photograph, scrap of yarn or even a wallet. Making art from objects like this is something Dariana Dervis has been doing for close to 20 years.
Starting college can be a bit intimidating for new freshmen – learning about the new environment of the college and surrounding community. To help with the transition, Young Harris College hosts a number of activities during the first week of Fall Semester, including a Community Resource Fair which was held Aug. 17.
If you are in the mood for some good music in September then plan to swing by Young Harris College Saturday, Sept. 16, for the annual Pops on the Patio concert. The event is free and open to the public.
Scholarships are the lifeblood for any college student seeking higher education. And thanks to the efforts of Young Harris College’s Office of Advancement, students in 2023-2024 are in good shape. The College raised nearly $2 million in fund-raising efforts for Young Harris College throughout the year, designated for scholarships.