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YHC Baseball Reunion

Young Harris Baseball alumni and friends can register for this year's reunion events by completing the form below.

If you would like to register for the 2018 Athletics Hall of Fame dinner, please visit the registration form for A Weekend in the Enchanted Valley on Oct. 1 when registration opens.

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Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership

CLASSES FOR THE BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP BEGIN OCTOBER 2018

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Delivery Schedule

The Master of Arts in Teaching at Young Harris College is a 1-year, 42 credit-hour program. The Master of Arts in Teaching is scheduled to be completed in just three terms:  Summer Semester, Fall Semester, and Spring Semester.

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Program Admissions

Master of Arts in Teaching Admission Requirements

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Master of Arts in Teaching

the Master of Arts in Teaching cohort begins January 2019!

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YHC Distance Learning

Welcome to YHC Distance Learning

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MAT Synchronous Online

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

Your synchronous online course consists of two parts: 

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Academic Success Center Student Employees and Interns

2017 START Leaders

Student Employment
The ASC student employees assist in welcoming students, staff and all visitors to the Academic Success Center. If you enjoy working in an office environment assisting students, staff and the community, consider applying.

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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 (i.e., expulsion).

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

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