Georgia Highlands College

Rome, GA
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College Type
Public University

About Our College

Established in 1968 and opened in 1970 as Floyd Junior College,[10] the school was originally named for Floyd County, of which Rome is the county seat, which was in turn named after John Floyd. It was later shortened to just Floyd College in 1987. In April 2005, the Georgia Board of Regents voted to change the school's name, and on August 1, 2005, the institution officially became Georgia Highlands College to reflect the regional nature of the population it serves.[11][12] The college has expanded its service area by opening new instructional sites in 1994, 2005, 2009, and 2010.

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