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Information for High School Guidance Counselors

Welcome! We know what an important role you play in students’ search for the right college fit, and we want to support the work you do. If you have any questions about admissions at Young Harris College, please contact us.

Admissions Deadlines

  • YHC practices rolling admissions. There are no application deadlines, however, we encourage students to apply in the fall of their senior year in high school to have the best opportunity to earn Young Harris merit-based scholarships.


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Delivery Schedule

The Master of Arts in Teaching at Young Harris College is a one-year, 39-credit-hour program. The Master of Arts in Teaching is scheduled to be completed in just three semesters: summer, fall and spring.

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Program Admissions

Regular Admission

To apply for regular admission, an individual must have:

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Master of Arts in Teaching

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YHC Distance Learning

Welcome to YHC Distance Learning

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MAT Real-time (Synchronous) Online

The Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program at Young Harris College is offered via real-time online classes. All class times are live classes that you can participate in from any location (including coming to campus). The assignments and resources are available online. More information can be found in the YHC Catalog and on the YHC Department of Education webpage. Instructions on how to access your synchronous online courses are below.

Your real-time online courses consist of two parts:

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Standards of Conduct

A student or student organization may be disciplined for the following types of misconduct:

1. Providing false information to a college official.

2. Falsifying, distorting, misrepresenting or withholding information in connection with a college investigation or hearing.

3. Forging, altering, destroying, falsifying or misusing records, identification or documents, whether in print or electronic form.

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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 a hearing.

2. Notice of the charge(s) and an account of the alleged misconduct.

3. Notice of the maximum allowable penalty (e.g., expulsion).

4. The right to a hearing closed to the public.

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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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