The Health Center is ready to provide medical services to students with the purpose of preventing disease and improving health and wellness.
Student Disabilities Center assists students as they transition to college by ensuring access to appropriate accommodations.
The Office of Multicultural Affairs is ready to help provide leadership to enhance cultural understanding and help students acquire the knowledge and skills to live in a global world.
Financial Aid Officers are ready to help with FAFSA Completion and Financial Aid inquiries to obtain funding for college.
The Registrar's Office is ready to assist students with important forms and processes related to student registration, enrollment and records.
Academic Affairs promotes quality and access to the University Academic Programs.
Career Services provides a variety of services designed to assist students:
The Business Office can help with student payments, student refunds, scholarship billing and student account record management.
Admission Officers are ready to help with recruitment, enrollment, college applications, choosing a major and placement testing.
The Testing Center aid in students’ success by administering assessments to determine if students are eligible to earn college credits to shorten time to degree completion.
Academic Advisors are ready to help with course scheduling, degree requirements, academic counseling and academic strategies to ensure progress and persistence.
College Professors teach and advise students. They also conduct research and serve to enhance the quality of a university. Look up a professor
Contact Sheila Caldwell, Director for Complete College Georgia at UNG.
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