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UNG cadet honored at state Capitol
Cadet Capt. Jonathan Chase Strickland, a member of the University of North Georgia (UNG) Corps of Cadets, was honored March 25 by Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal and both chambers of the state legislature for his ranking as top Army ROTC cadet in the United States.

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UNG honored with Forsyth County News award
The University of North Georgia was honored recently with an award from Forsyth County News recognizing UNG as the best college/university in Forsyth County. UNG's Cumming Campus, which opened in Aug. 2012 and resides in Forsyth County, has helped to meet higher education needs in the area. The University System of Georgia identified the Cumming and Forsyth County area as an "underserved region" of the state for higher education prior to the campus's ground-breaking in Jan. 2012. Accepting the award in the photo are, from left to right: Dr. Al Panu, senior vice president for university affairs; Dr. Bonita C. Jacobs, president of UNG; and Jason Pruitt, interim director for UNG's Cumming Campus.
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