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Student Orientation Leaders

Abby Purlee

Abby Purlee

Major

Pre-nursing

Year at UNG

Sophomore

Hometown

Dacula, GA

What is your favorite thing about being a Nighthawk?

"Basketball games"

Brittany Troup

Brittany Troup

Major

Business Management with a concentration in Entrepreneurship

Year at UNG

Junior

Hometown

Lilburn, GA

What is your favorite thing about being a Nighthawk?

"My favorite thing about being a Nighthawk is the extensive amount of options we have to get involved on campus. With over 200 active club and organizations across all the campuses, there are plenty of interesting ways to get involved on campus, meet new people, and have fun while doing it."

Caeley Wilson

Caeley Wilson

Major

Psychology

Year at UNG

Sophomore

Hometown

Warner Robins, GA

What is your favorite thing about being a Nighthawk?

"My favorite thing about being a Nighthawk is the numerous opportunities of getting to know different people and making a lot of friends."

Christopher Gazda

Christopher Gazda

Major

Finance

Year at UNG

Junior

Hometown

Lawrenceville, GA

What is your favorite thing about being a Nighthawk?

"More personal learning"

Edleen Henriquez

Edleen Henriquez

Major

International Affairs

Year at UNG

Sophomore

Hometown

Hoschton, GA

What is your favorite thing about being a Nighthawk?

"Any teacher or peer I interact with is willing to help and work together so we may all succeed."

Emily Cain

Emily Cain

Major

Biology/Pre-Medicine

Year at UNG

Sophomore

Hometown

Columbus, GA

What is your favorite thing about being a Nighthawk?

"I love the support and diversity the campus provides as well as the unity you can find within the student body."

Erika Huizar

Erika Huizar

Major

Biology

Year at UNG

Sophomore

Hometown

Gainesville, GA

What is your favorite thing about being a Nighthawk?

"The environment that the university creates within the students."

Hannah Colston

Hannah Colston

Major

Mathematics - Secondary Education

Year at UNG

Junior

Hometown

Ringgold, GA

What is your favorite thing about being a Nighthawk?

"My favorite thing about being a Nighthawk is the sense of community I feel with my current Nighthawks and past Nighthawks! Any new Nighthawks I meet, current or alumni, I automatically feel as if I have known them forever because we share a common bond because of UNG!"

Jayley Anderson

Jayley Anderson

Major

Business Management with a concentration in Leadership

Year at UNG

Sophomore

Hometown

Toccoa, GA

What is your favorite thing about being a Nighthawk?

"My favorite thing about being a nighthawk is that everyone around feels like family, and UNG feels just like home."

Megan Connell

Megan Connell

Major

Criminal Justice with a concentration in Forensics

Year at UNG

Sophomore

Hometown

Newnan, GA

What is your favorite thing about being a Nighthawk?

"My favorite thing about being a UNG Nighthawk is that I get to be a part of a close knit community of students that really support each other."

Moira Earle

Moira Earle

Major

Nursing

Year at UNG

Sophomore

Hometown

Carrollton, GA

What is your favorite thing about being a Nighthawk?

"The community I've found at UNG - my fellow Nighthawks are like family to me! The community I've found at UNG is very intentional, inviting and motivational in terms of academics."

Samuel Peralta

Samuel Peralta

Major

Criminal Justice

Year at UNG

Sophomore

Hometown

Gainesville, GA

What is your favorite thing about being a Nighthawk?

"How friendly people are in the Game Center."

Will Reeves

Will Reeves

Major

Biology/Pre-Medicine and Psychology dual degree

Year at UNG

Junior

Hometown

Macon, GA

What is your favorite thing about being a Nighthawk?

"My favorite part about being a UNG Nighthawk is the community! I love being able to step into mentoring roles around campus and share my experiences with students."

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