Students from a handful of counties in North Carolina and Tennessee that border UNG’s service area are now able to attend UNG using in-state tuition rates.
An on-campus epidemic struck 20 students returning to the U.S. with an unidentified viral microorganism and the university was left to handle the situation without external assistance.
Georgia’s wine industry has experienced a revival that is having a positive impact on tourism and the economy.
The bachelor’s degree in middle grades education is expanding to UNG’s Gainesville Campus in fall 2019.
UNG’s Department of Physical Therapy is breaking new ground in its study of guide dogs, the visually impaired people who use them, and their harness devices.
Taylor Kirby was one of more than 600 students who was excited to walk across the stage to receive a degree during UNG’s fall commencement ceremonies in December, but she couldn’t have predicted tears flowing before her ceremony even began.
Wes Thomas, associate dean of student involvement, is retiring on June 30 after 40 years of service to UNG.
Caroline Brown keeps making history, and her faculty mentors at UNG aren’t one bit surprised.
UNG senior and cadet Alexander Ross wants to serve his country as an interpreter. UNG junior Laine Hunt dreams of being a foreign service officer with the U.S. State Department.
Dr. Bonita Jacobs recognized an emerging national trend at the turn of the 21st century.