A key component of UNG’s Strategic Plan is community engagement through the development of mutually-beneficial partnerships within the University’s service area. The Office of Community Engagement works to develop strong partnerships and relationships to drive change and engagement at local, state, national, and global levels. This role enhances educational opportunities and strengthens communities.
Academics at UNG
UNG is well known for developing civic, professional and military leaders who are prepared to work and serve in a global society, and UNG graduates are highly valued for their academic achievement, leadership skills, and character.
The centers at the University of North Georgia are committed to supporting faculty, staff, students and the community.
Arts and Culture at UNG
UNG’s cultural programming spans visual art, theatre, music, film, dance, and literary arts—often at no cost.
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Stay connected to UNG after graduation.
The University of North Georgia Libraries support and enhance the university’s student-focused and global mission by fostering learning and academic excellence through diverse collections, services, and teaching, creating a culture of inquiry, research, and lifelong learning in the academic and regional communities.
Regional education and community leaders work in partnership to identify the needs of our region and the resources necessary to achieve our goals.
The purpose of the office of Advancement is to support the mission of UNG by engaging constituents in the life of the University and encouraging investment in its future.
UNG competes in 12 NCAA Division II sports in the competitive Peach Belt Conference and is home to the 2015 national championship softball team.