Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Board of Regents OK's four-year status for four colleges

Add four new schools to the ranks of four-year institutions across Georgia.  The Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia voted Tuesday to allow Georgia Highlands College of Rome, Atlanta Metropolitan College in Atlanta, and Darton College in Albany to become state colleges. Another metro Atlanta two-year institution, Georgia Perimeter College in DeKalb County, will also become a state college. 

Click any of the following links below to read coverage of the Board of Regents decision.

Albany Herald

Associated Press

Atlanta Business Chronicle

Atlanta Journal-Constitution 

Rome News-Tribune

University System of Georgia

WALB Albany

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