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Why the Corps of Cadets at UNG?

As the Military College of Georgia and a leadership institution, we strive to produce leaders that can assess situations, make decisions, and lead those in their charge, regardless of the career path they choose to pursue (military or civilian).

But don't just take our word for it. Check out some of those who have been in the Corps of Cadets at UNG and learn about their journey.

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Addison Albershardt

Addison Albershardt

The cadet first lieutenant is a professional cyclist who is in training while finishing her degree in kinesiology at the University of North Georgia.

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Dan Emmett

Dan Emmett

After being a member of the Corps of Cadets, Dan Emmett commissioned into the Marine Corps and spent 21 years in the Secret Service.

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Ben Jarrard

Ben joined the Corps of Cadets when he first started as a student at UNG. Now he is UNG's director of state government relations.

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Judge Eric Norris

Judge Eric W. Norris

When Judge Eric W. Norris graduated from Oconee County High School, he earned a Georgia Military Scholarship to attend the University of North Georgia.

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Col. William Pallozzi

UNG helped William prepare for a career in law enforcement by making him the leader he is today.

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