Invest in Your Son's or Daughter's Education at UNG
- Honor and Values - Your Cadet will live under the Cadet Code of Honor which states that a Cadet will not lie, cheat or steal, nor tolerate those who do. Your Cadet will also be expected to live by our values of Courage, Respect, Integrity, Service, Loyalty, Truth and Wisdom.
- Value - Your Cadet will live in a contemporary Cadet residence hall, eat in a modern dining facility, work out in a cutting edge fitness center, study in a state-of-the-art library/technology complex, and be a part of one of the top Army ROTC programs in the nation.
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- Leadership skills and minor - Your Cadet will be placed in leadership positions of increasing responsibility as he or she progresses through the program. By accomplishing a couple of simple steps, graduates of the Corps of Cadets can receive a leadership minor.
- Least expensive Senior Military College - Compare our cost to any other senior military college. Our costs are comparable to most four-year public universities.
- Safety - Our campus is incredibly safe. We have a professional campus police force on duty 24/7.
- Graduation rate - We are in the top five public colleges and universities in the State of Georgia.
- Physical Fitness - Your Cadet will participate in structured, group physical fitness training three days per week.
- No Drugs or Alcohol - UNG is a drug, alcohol, and tobacco free campus.
UNG is Committed to Student Success!
- Tutoring services in a variety of subjects are offered free to students!
- With more than 54 bachelor’s degrees your son or daughter can find a program to fit their interests, skills and goals!
- The Office of Career Services can help your son or daughter in the job search, including bringing potential employers on campus through job fairs and recruiting visits.
- The Money Management Center can help your student manage their money during college, and give them tools to prepare for the challenges of life after college.
Points of Pride
2014-2015 Academic Year - Number 1 Ranked Army ROTC Cadet in the Nation.
September 2015 - Ranked 21st among public universities in the South in the 2015 Edition of Best Colleges by U.S. New & World Report.
October 2014 - Ranked 25th among public universities in the South in the 2014 Edition of Best Colleges by U.S. News & World Report. Also ranked as the best public regional university in the South for the least amount of debt load for the class of 2013.
July 2014 - Money Magazine's top 5 public universities in Georgia in 2014 for educational quality, affordability and career outcomes. Carnegie Basic Classification of Master's Colleges and Universities (larger programs).
March 2014 - Kiplinger's ranked us in the top 100 best values of all public colleges in the nation (forth consecutive year). As well as Number 1 for lowest student debt at graduation!
December 2013 - Kiplinger's ranked us in the top 100 best values of all public colleges in the nation. Three other universities in Georgia were on the list: University of Georgia, Georgia Tech and Georgia College and State University.
September 2013 - UNG is ranked 22nd among public universities in the South in the 2014 edition of Best Colleges released by U.S. News and World Report.
December 2012 - Kiplinger's ranked us in the top 100 best values of all public colleges in the nation. Only two other universities in Georgia were on the list: University of Georgia & Georgia Tech.
January 2012 - Kiplinger's ranked us in the top 100 best values of all public colleges in the nation. Only two other universities in Georgia were on the list: University of Georgia and Georgia Tech.
The Parents & Family Association invites parents of prospective cadets to join the UNG Family by getting connected through our email lists, website and Facebook page. Parents of admitted high school students committed to enrolling in the UNG Corps of Cadets may also participate in a closed Facebook group. For information, email the Parents & Family Association Cadet Parent Representative at email@example.com.
From a Parent
“Sir, my son recently completed his first semester at the University of North Georgia. I just wanted to take the time to report to you how thrilled we are with UNG and the peace we have as parents knowing that our son is in good hands. [He] completed his first semester with a 3.6 gpa and earned 15 credits. He is taking advantage of the North Georgia National Guard Partnership Program and is taking the spring semester off to attend Basic Training/AIT (Infantry). He actually left for Ft. Benning yesterday. When I asked him how he liked North Georgia he told me it has surpassed all of his expectations. [He] was also involved with the Wrestling, Brazilian Ju-Jitsu clubs, and Baptist Collegiate Ministries, and plans to stay connected with those groups when he returns to North Georgia. Thank you again for developing my son into a solid student and future leader.”