View the nominees for the 2014 Student Choice Awards here!
MORROW—For those of us who are lucky enough to get it right the first time around, it takes four years to make the most of the college experience — some of us take a little longer.
If I were limited to one piece of advice to offer, it would be to get involved.
MORROW—I sat down with two recent Clayton State graduates, Jacinda Moses and Lastarr Johnson, to discuss their life after receiving their degrees in 2012.
Moses completed Clayton State with a Bachelor of Liberal Arts with a minor in Sociology, Johnson received a Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Management.
MORROW—In past decades the shortage of healthcare professionals attributed to the lack of a healthy population but in the present this lacking stems from the healthcare system.
In the United States today there are forty-four million Americans without healthcare.
In the Clayton State James M. Baker University Center more than 500 individuals were recently in attendance for the First Lego League (FLL) Super Regionals where winners will progress to the State Championship at Georgia Tech.
At a recent Georgia General Assembly’s Joint Appropriations Committee presentation, Hank Huckaby, Georgia’s University System Chancellor, addressed the need for more “student- centered” programs.