GHC's Watterson speaks on growth based on need
by Mark Andrews
Sep 21, 2012 | 1440 views | 0 0 comments | 12 12 recommendations | email to a friend | print
For Georgia Highlands College Interim President Renva Watterson, recent structural improvements and additions to college curriculums are a step in the right direction for the college as well as the communities that host a campus.

“I see this institution as such a burgeoning enterprise, that this college is poised for even greater greatness,” Watterson said during an interview with The Daily Tribune News. “I think that [the student center] is one indication that the people here are making such good, innovative decisions.”

Recently opened for the start of the fall semester, the two-story facility features a game room, grab-and-go caf