Enrollment has grown from 14,221 in spring 2013 to 18,782 in fall 2017.
New campuses in Blue Ridge and Cumming have expanded opportunities and access to higher education.
More than 13,400 degrees and academic certificates have been awarded.
The university’s international educational partnerships have grown to more than 30 around the world.
414 UNG cadets commissioned as Army officers and 130 earned Distinguished Military Graduate honors.
Four UNG cadets have placed among the top 10 Army ROTC students in the nation.
National accolades earned include Forbes Top Colleges; U.S. News’ Top 25 Public Universities in the South; and Kiplinger’s Best College Values.
The National Security Administration designated UNG as a Center for Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense.
UNG students have earned numerous highly competitive national scholarships, including 14 Fulbright Awards since 2013.
The softball team won a national championship in 2015.
President Bonita Jacobs has awarded more than $1 million to faculty and staff to support meaningful research and scholarly and creative activities.
The baseball team competed in a national championship tournament in 2017.
UNG’s annual economic impact has grown to more than $625 million.