Working adults seeking to grow their career options can begin earning a degree from Georgia Highlands College (GHC) this October through the GHC@Night program. To provide a closer look at the new GHC@Night Associate of Science in Business Administration (ASBA) degree option, the college will host an open house at its Cartersville Site, 5441 Hwy. 20 NE, on Tuesday, September 19th.

Attendees can drop by the student hub area on the first floor of Building A from 6 PM to 8 PM to learn about the degree program and the resources they have available to graduate the program successfully. In addition, the GHC@Night Open House will allow potential students to enroll at GHC, check on financial aid, meet their professors, and obtain a road map for all future classes.

The college will also waive the $30 application fee for attendees of the GHC@Night Open House.

About GHC@Night
Georgia Highlands College is expanding its class schedule this fall, offering an Associate of Science in Business Administration (ASBA) degree that can be completed in two years, requiring only one night a week on campus and one or two online classes per 8-week term.

Coming to the Cartersville site and called GHC@Night, the program is ideal for busy and working adults who have obligations during the typical workday but would like to advance in their jobs or start a new career. The in-person class will meet on Tuesday nights from 6:00 to 8:45 and has the same tuition rate as all other GHC programs.

The ASBA pathway is one of the most popular among GHC’s adult learners. The institution offers a Bachelor of Business Administration in Healthcare Management and Logistics and Supply Chain Management, providing a viable path for ASBA graduates to further their education with an additional two-year investment.

This two-year program aims to help meet the region’s workforce needs, with highly qualified and engaged faculty providing an educational experience focusing on unique skills to help graduates grow professionally.

As a multi-campus, state college member of the University System of Georgia (USG), Georgia Highlands College offers over 40 areas of study, including eight career-focused bachelor’s degrees designed to meet the workforce needs of Northwest Georgia.

To learn more about GHC@Night, visit

There is still time to apply for classes starting in October. The website for information is