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Nighthawk Engagement & Student Transitions (NEST)

NEST is dedicated to meeting the unique needs of all of our students, including new freshmen, transfer students, readmit students, adult learners, and military-connected students.

NEST Nighthawk Engagement and Student Transitions
We're so excited you've made the choice to come to UNG. Whether you're changing your degree level, or coming to us from another university, we have many transfer experience programs to help with your transition.

We are dedicated to helping you achieve your goals of higher education. Our goal is to ensure that all of our student veterans are aware of the benefits that are available to you through the university and prepare you to enter the post-graduate world. 

If you are a student of ages 23 and up who wants to earn a college degree, this page will provide you with the resources you need to navigate through your college path at UNG. Whether you have never attended college, have some college experience, or want to advance in your career, we are here to support you.

Are you a former UNG student who has been away from UNG three or more semesters including summer?

Welcome, new Nighthawks! Learn how to register for orientation, find your student checklist, and more.

How We Can Help You

Our services include:

  • providing comprehensive support to students from initial inquiry through registration of your first semester of classes
  • serving as an advocate to promote your specific needs so you can be successful and achieve your goals
  • acting as a guide to connect you to the resources you need to make the most of your experience at UNG
  • serving as a liaison between you and other student support services
  • facilitating communication between you and other departments to get your questions answered

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Please note that some of the images and videos on our site may have been taken before social distancing, face coverings and restricted gatherings were required.

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