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Student Work and Internships

Student Work

Student employment offers the opportunity to explore career options, obtain transferable skills, work with faculty and staff across campus, and help ease financial burdens. The Student Work Program serves to assist all full-time students, regardless of family income, to apply for employment. 

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Athletics Hall of Fame

2019 Athletics Hall of Fame Inductees



Kimberly MacNeill Boswell, ’01 – Tennis


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Get Involved


The Student Conduct Board is comprised of 12-15 upperclassmen (sophmores or above) who are advised by the Coordinator of Community Standards and Student Conduct. The Student Conduct Board hears allegations of student misconduct involving violations of the Student Code of Conduct. In cases where a student or student organization is found responsible for violating one or more Standards of Conduct, the Student Conduct Board assigns an appropriate and equitable sanction.

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AlcoholEdu and Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates


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Community Standards and Student Conduct

The mission of the Office of Community Standards and Student Conduct (OCSSC) is to foster student learning, development and success by enforcing the College’s standards of community and conduct expectations. Through proactive student programming, intentional student interactions and educational sanctions, OCSSC encourages personal accountability, integrity and ethical conduct. OCSSC utilizes a fair and efficient disciplinary system that ensures students’ fundamental rights are both honored and preserved.

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Grievance Policy

Young Harris College seeks to establish a caring and just academic community on its campus. Accordingly, the College is committed to fair treatment of its students in their relationships with other members of the College community. Students have the right to bring grievances to the attention of the College administration. If a student has a complaint about a faculty member, administrator, or staff member, the student should first attempt to resolve the complaint by an informal meeting with the individual(s) involved.


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