On July 28, the University of North Georgia (UNG) opened the doors to its newest residence hall on the Dahlonega Campus. The new co-ed, two-building facility known as The Commons, adds 540 beds to UNG's residential on-campus housing portfolio.
Courses for the University of North Georgia’s (UNG) electronic core-curriculum (eCore), will begin Aug. 15, one week before traditional classes begin on all five UNG campuses.
Four high school students from Fulton and Forsyth counties are taking advantage of a summer internship in UNG's Department of Physical Therapy that is providing experiences usually not available until graduate school.
With the release of the incredibly popular app Pokémon GO, smartphones are more visible than ever before in the hands of community members of all ages. In the interest of promoting a safe atmosphere to ensure students don't have their fun turn sour, the Univer
Sarah Formica, an associate professor of physics, has received multiple awards for her contributions to her field, including the Fuller E. Callaway Professorial Chair.
For Maddie Dills, 2015 winner of the Dot Strother Scholarship and an entering freshman, the University of North Georgia is a family affair.
A geography professor at UNG, Jamie Mitchem used to be a storm chaser and was also the first recipient of the National HAZUS User of the Month Award presented by FEMA.
A native of Ukraine, Maryna Murdock first taught elementary English, then moved into the banking industry. Now, she wants to share her finance knowledge with her students.
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