The University of North Georgia will produce highly-capable and ethical leaders through enhanced co-curricular activities that support personal and professional development and individual well-being.
UNG will enhance programs and services that assist faculty and staff in achieving proficiency in leadership.Strategies
Enhance leadership development opportunities for faculty and staff.
Provide professional development programs to enhance community engagement.
Encourage and showcase leadership achievements by faculty, staff, and programs.
UNG will enhance co-curricular leadership opportunities for students.Strategies
Enhance innovative, co-curricular opportunities for learning and collaboration, with an emphasis on distributing these opportunities equitably on all campuses.
Support all students with campus services that enhance both co-curricular learning and degree completion.
Develop and expand co-curricular opportunities for learning and collaboration beyond the classroom through student participation in scholarly, artistic, athletic, and civic events.
Expand opportunities for learning and collaboration through community engagement.
UNG will promote the physical and mental well-being of students, faculty, and staff.Strategies
Examine the feasibility of expanding student health services on each UNG campus.
Establish a holistic wellness program for faculty, staff, and students.
Examine the feasibility of expanding recreational activities on each UNG campus.
UNG will plan, develop, and support structures, initiatives, and programs that will position its Corps of Cadets to be the leader in America’s senior military college community.Strategies
Develop innovative ways to record the unique co-curricular experiences and activities of cadets.
Develop an interdisciplinary military education and training plan that fully integrates curricular and co-curricular strategies to develop world-class officers.