With five campuses in northeast Georgia, 80 percent of UNG students are from a 30-county region, indicated by the lighter color above. Ninety-four percent of all students are in-state residents, with top counties being Hall, Gwinnett, Forsyth, Jackson, Fulton, Oconee, Barrow, and Lumpkin.
UNG’s newest campus offers dual-enrollment and core-level courses for associate and bachelor’s degrees.
The Cumming Campus offers dual-enrollment, associate, graduate, and certificate programs.
The Dahlonega Campus is UNG’s only residential campus and home to our Corps of Cadets. The Dahlonega Campus offers dual-enrollment, bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees, and certificate programs.
The Gainesville Campus is conveniently located at the epicenter of business, healthcare and education for northeast Georgia. This campus offers dual-enrollment and certificate programs along with associate, bachelor’s and master’s degrees.
The Oconee Campus offers dual-enrollment, associate degrees and core-level courses for bachelor’s degree programs.
Corps of Cadets: 775
-American Indian or Alaskan Native: 0.2%
-Asian, Native Hawaiian, or Pacific Islander: 3.4%
-Black or African American: 4.6%
Countries Represented: 56
States Represented: 48
Georgia Counties Represented: 136