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Student Alumni Cluster

Student Alumni Cluster

SAC is comprised of outgoing students on the Georgia Highlands Marietta Campus who have graduated from high school in our service area and the surrounding counties. These students are a wonderful addition to our admissions team. Prospective students can look forward to meeting a SAC member form their high school at lunchroom visits, college fairs, and on campus at an Open House. Become a Fan of our Facebook: Georgia Highlands College- Marietta Site, to keep up with all of our admissions events!


Name: Paige E. Pierce

High School: Mundy’s Mill High School Class of 2009

Major: Computer Science

Organizations: Charger-In-Residence (2009-2010), Orientation Leader, Student Alumni Cluster

“Georgia Highlands was a very good stepping stone for me to transfer in to Southern Polytechnic State University. College isn’t hard at all, time management is the key.”




Name: Natasha J. McCrary

High School: Chapel Hill High School Class of 2011

Major: Communication

Organizations: Student Alumni Cluster, Work-Study Student

“Georgia Highlands has helped me create a base to excel and exceed when entering the university.”




Name: Elisheva Ray

High School: Wheeler High School

Major: Communications

Organizations: President of Woman-to-Woman

“Allow those who know better to help you grow better”




Name: Brandilyn Hartfield

High School: Cass High School Class of 2011

Major: General Studies

Organizations: Charger-In-Residence, Student Alumni Cluster

“This is my first semester living on campus, it’s very fun. Your attitude determines your destiny”




Name: Ashleigh Snyder

High School: Kennesaw Mountain High School Class of 2010

Major: General Studies

Organizations: Woman-to-Woman, Student Alumni Cluster

“College is a challenge, but always worth the effort”




Name: Whitney Jenkins

High School: Dutchtown High School Class of 2010

Major: Communications

Organizations: Charger-In-Residence, Woman-to-Woman, Student Alumni Cluster

“I love Georgia Highlands, my teachers are so understanding! College makes the transition into the workforce easier”


Page last updated: March 26, 2012