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GHC Library Archives: History of the Douglasville Campus

The purpose of the archival department is to collect, preserve, and make accessible those materials related to the history of the college.

History of the Douglasville Campus

The Douglasville Campus of Georgia Highlands College opened on June 1, 2010, in a former 30,000-square-foot shopping mall just off Highway 5, and less than a mile from Interstate 20, in Douglas County.  Offering four classrooms, three computer labs, two science labs, a spacious student lounge and auditorium, the most recent addition to the GHC campus family is poised to accommodate a burgeoning service area that includes much of the student population located along I-20, between Austell and Carrollton.  Mr. Ken Reaves was Douglasville's first site director, and was succeeded by Dr. Cathy Ledbetter, in early 2013.

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