UNIVERSITY OF NORTH GEORGIA

United States, Georgia

The University of North Georgia, commonly called UNG is a public advanced military college with numerous campuses located in Georgia. It is part of the Georgia University System and was established in January 8, 2013. The university has approximately 20,000 students and is one of the largest public universities in the state. It offers over 100 courses of study, from certificates and associate degrees to professional doctorate programs. Besides, UNG Career Services prepares a student in planning a career path, a UNG alumni seeking a new choice, or an employer looking for an outstanding candidate; it helps one to advance their career planning.

Campus Life

The campuses of the University of North Georgia are located in Dahlonega, Oakwood, Watkinsville, Cumming and Blue Ridge. There is a total of 794 acres of land between the Dahlonega, Oakwood and Watkinsville campuses. UNG’s clubs, organizations and activities provide interesting ways to connect with others and enable students to master valuable leadership skills. All the campuses offer world-class housing facility loaded with amenities. Further, pupils can always use the Student Health Center in Dahlonega or Gainesville instead of first aid, primary care, or first aid facilities. The Outdoor Pursuit Program is dedicated to providing fun experiences to the learner’s community.

Noted Alumni

There are many former grads walked from the gateway of the university. Some of them are the United States Army general William James Livsey, Lieutenant General Benjamin Randaulph Mixon, lieutenant general William B. Garrett III, American journalist Eugene Corbett Patterson, often known as Gene Patterson, United States Army officer, businessman, and a state legislator Benjamin Harrison Purcell Jr., retired lieutenant general James L. Terry and many more are associated with the university.