Dr. Bonita Jacobs is president of the University of North
Georgia. The University of North Georgia is a leading and distinctive
institution within the University System of Georgia. With more than 15,000 students, the university educates and develops leaders through its colleges and its Corps of Cadets, which comprises more than 750 students.
A student affairs professional and professor of counseling and higher education, Jacobs brings a deep commitment to UNG’s student-focused college experience and its mission to develop and educate leaders through a strong liberal arts program.
"The university has a rich heritage and many outstanding characteristics, including its senior military college status. It’s no surprise it’s a state-designated leadership institution," she said. We have a tradition of academic excellence and educational value that together have earned UNG national prominence and reputation as one of the country's leading universities.
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