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UNG is designated as a State Leadership Institution and as The Military College of Georgia.

Corps of Cadets
UNG is one of only six Senior Military Colleges in the U.S. and is the Military College of Georgia, With a strong heritage of developing leaders, UNG has produced 50 general officers.
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Athletics
UNG competes in 12 NCAA Division II sports in the competitive Peach Belt Conference and is home to the 2015 national championship softball team.
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Professional & Continuing Education
We are positioned to deliver courses and training that lead to job growth and creation, and support business retention and recruitment.
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Where I Lead
  • John Thompson

    Following his father's lead

    As a young man, retired Col. John Thompson agreed to attend the University of North Georgia for at least two years, with the thought of transferring to a larger school. But he became immersed in the UNG's culture as a member of the Corps of Cadets. He went on to join the U.S. Army and serve for his country for almost 30 years before retiring in June 2017.

  • Micaiah Kimble

    Leading with a strong spirit and self-awareness

    Micaiah Kimble wanted a fun college experience like most high school graduates but not a "traditional" one. When her high school counselor suggested becoming a member of the Corps of Cadets at the University of North Georgia (UNG), Kimble said 'sign me up.'" She has carried that same phrase into her collegiate career.

  • Aneta Galazka

    Leading by teaching

    Aneta Galazka is a nontraditional student in every sense of the word. She came to the U.S. from Poland in search of the American Dream, and found it—years later—at the University of North Georgia (UNG).

Events
UNG's Blue Ridge Campus serves dual-enrolled high school, traditional, and adult students.
Blue Ridge Campus
Located in Forsyth County, a hub for global commerce and international trade.
Cumming Campus
UNG’s Dahlonega Campus is readily recognized by the gold-covered steeple of the administration building.
Dahlonega Campus
Located in Hall County, an epicenter for trade, health care, education, industry, retail, and recreation for NE Georgia.
Gainesville Campus
UNG’s Oconee Campus offers students a unique college experience that capitalizes on the area’s sense of community.
Oconee Campus
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