Floyd Campus

3175 Cedartown Hwy, Rome, GA 30161
(706) 802-5000

Georgia Highlands College’s Floyd Campus is located on U.S. Highway 27, six miles south of Rome, Georgia. The 226 acre campus includes numerous buildings, ample parking, athletic facilities, and space for future expansion.

The David B. McCorkle Building houses administrative offices, faculty offices, and classrooms. The student center complex, located in the McCorkle Building, includes the Campus Police Office, Student Engagement Office, Media Innovation Center, College bookstore, game room, and student center. The College bookstore, managed by Textbook Brokers, stocks all textbooks, supplements, equipment, and supplies needed for academic and continuing education courses. The bookstore also carries a selection of souvenirs, gift items, and current best-sellers. The student center provides for dining, meeting, and studying areas. The solarium overlooking the lake serves as an informal lounge and contains a television viewing area.

The Wesley C. Walraven Science and Math Building includes science laboratories as well as faculty offices, advising offices, and classrooms. The Information Technology Help Desk is located in this building.

The physical education complex includes a gymnasium, dressing rooms and showers, fitness laboratory, CPR laboratory, tennis courts, softball fields, soccer field, and walking trails. The 56-acre Paris Lake provides both scenic beauty and a teaching laboratory for canoeing, sailing, and water safety. Currently enrolled students, faculty, staff, and their guests may use the lake and outdoor recreation area.

The Floyd Campus Library provides students with four group study rooms, a large, a comfortable, quiet study area, a computer classroom/lab, and a high-tech conference room, and also houses the Tutorial Center and the Testing Center. A beautiful outdoor patio area and fire pit were added in 2022.

Completed in July 1999, the Lakeview Building is Georgia Highlands College’s newest building in Rome and has been designed with the community in mind. It contains an elegant lobby, art gallery, five general classrooms with Internet accessibility, an art classroom/lab and a versatile auditorium/exhibit hall with retractable auditorium- style seating ideal for high-tech meetings.

The Facilities Operations building and warehouse is located on the south end of campus near Paris Lake and includes equipment and offices. GHC Facilities oversees maintenance, renovations, major new projects, roads, parking lots, sidewalks, custodial services, landscaping, courier service and much more.

Ample parking areas are provided for students, faculty, staff, and campus visitors. Students should note that certain areas are designated for reserved and visitor parking.

The Georgia Highlands College Wetland Preserve is a 25-acre natural wetland area on the Floyd Campus. The preserve features a 1,200-foot boardwalk with an elevated observation deck. The project was opened in September 1996 and is open to visitors and school groups.

James D. Maddox Heritage Hall

Downtown Rome-Floyd Campus
415 East Third Avenue, Rome, Georgia 30161
(706) 295-6321

Located six miles from the Floyd Campus, in downtown Rome, James D. Maddox Heritage Hall is an extension of the Floyd Campus. The Greek revival structure was constructed in 1939 as a home for the City of Rome’s high school for girls. The College acquired the facility in 1994 and has offered classes and community-based programs here ever since. The facility currently houses the Atrium Health Floyd School of Health Sciences, which includes nursing and dental hygiene programs. The Marketing and Communications and the Foundation/Advancement offices are located in the annex building.

The facility also provides various meeting spaces, including Centre Stage, which may be leased by outside groups for various purposes. Students taking classes at Heritage Hall share student services and learning resources access with the Floyd Campus.

Cartersville Instructional Site

5441 Highway 20 NE, Cartersville, GA 30121
(678) 872-8014

The Georgia Highlands College instructional site in Cartersville is located on Highway 20, just west of I-75 and about thirty-five minutes from the Floyd Campus. All services are available to students at this site.

Academic building A includes twenty-four classrooms, two biology labs, several computer labs, a testing center, a tutorial center, administrative offices, and the library. Transfer degree and career degree classes applicable to a wide variety of courses, pathways, as well as continuing education classes are available at this instructional site.

Georgia Highlands College’s student center (building B) on the Cartersville site opened in August 2012. It is a two-story, 55,000 square-foot building that features a game room, grab-and-go café, a two-story open-air student lounge with fireplace, two regulation-sized basketball/volleyball courts with an elevated running track above them, and state-of-the-art weight and cardio rooms. The center also houses the student bookstore, four offices, a large, 150-person capacity meeting room, and a project room for student organizations.

The Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics building (building C), opened in Spring semester 2019, houses five science labs, six computer labs, thirteen general classrooms, and an art studio with ceiling to floor glass lounge areas overlooking the location.

Marietta Instructional Site

1090 Northchase Parkway, Marietta, GA 30067
(678) 872-8547

The Georgia Highlands College instructional site in Marietta is located at 1090 Northchase Parkway, Suite 150, near downtown Marietta in Cobb County. The location, which opened June 2022, is convenient to I-75 and Cobb County bus routes and houses eight general classrooms, one chemistry lab, and two computer labs. A Library Learning Commons provides computers and study rooms for students.

The Marietta location is in Cobb County, near downtown Marietta, which is one of Atlanta’s largest suburbs and is home to the Marietta Museum of History, an historic town square with weekly events and a farmers’ market, and the Earl Smith Strand Theatre that plays host to concerts, musicals, and theatrical productions, and nods to its cinematic beginnings by screening classic films with live organ accompaniment. For more information on the area, please visit: http://www.mariettasquare.com.

Paulding Instructional Site

25 Courthouse Square, Dallas, GA 30132
(678) 946-1100

The Paulding Site is located in downtown Dallas, GA, in the building known as the George T. Bagby Building. The building houses administrative and faculty offices, one science laboratory, seven classrooms, and two computer labs.

The Charger Learning Commons reflects a shift in the mission and scope of the traditional library setting. The space has been designed to serve as a flexible, comfortable and collaborative location for students, faculty and staff. The space also includes a resource center, a study area and rooms for meetings and events. In addition to the emphasis on flexibility, students using the “Charger Learning Commons” will find books, computers, laptops, telescopes, calculators and all the other resources available across the GHC Library System.

The newly-renovated Winn Building opened in fall 2021, includes classrooms, a physical education lab, one science laboratory, student lounges, study rooms, a faculty suite and a beautiful patio area.