Since 2010 Georgia Highlands College has worked with Kennesaw State University to provide classes in the local area. These have quickly become a favorite way or local students to attend low-density classes with little hassle. The location is offering Junior and Senior classes in the following majors:
GHC and Kennesaw University have a 2+2 partnership which allows students to complete two degrees on a single campus. This allows students to take an associates degree in psychology, general studies or elementary & Early child development and build upon it with a further two years at Kennesaw, all at the same campus. This effectively provides Downtown Dallas with its own 4-year program.
This site brings together facets of the University of Georgia, Fort Valley State University and Paulding County. This location offers a vast array of classes and services to the local area including gardening classes, cooking lessons, and agricultural needs and competitions.
Their official site lists these initiatives:
This location also adds to the prestige of the are by producing academic and cultural works. One quick example is the So Easy To Preserve cookbook now on its 6th edition. This college produces works covering topics ranging from preserving foods to syrups.
Another example of how this location serves the community is the effort hey put into providing resources and help to those looking to start or improve a small business, including companies like a Dallas Roofer. These programs show what a bottom-up approach to education can begin to create.