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UNG enrollment grows; focus on student success continues
While many colleges and universities are struggling with declining enrollment, the University of North Georgia (UNG) continues a trend of steady growth. Spring 2015 enrollment is up 5 percent over this past year to 15,702 – a record for spring semester at the university.
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Latin Grammy nominees perform at UNG
Two artists nominated for a Latin Grammy – flamenco singer Juan Pinilla and Dr. Fernando Valverde, visiting professor at the University of North Georgia (UNG) – performed at the university in November, days before flying to Las Vegas for the awards show. Valverde, pictured above at left, and Pinilla, pictured above at center, are friends who both hail from Granada, Spain. The pair performed selections from "Jugar con Fuego," or "Playing With Fire."
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