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Transfer Coaches

Incoming transfer students from the point of application will begin to receive communications from their Transfer Coach! Transfer Coaches can assist students with general questions via phone or email or during virtual one-on-one appointments.

Some topics of assistance can include:

  • Credit Articulation/Equivalency
  • Financial Aid Information
  • Academic Advising
  • Transfer Student Orientation Information
  • Campus Resources and Support Services
  • Tau Sigma Honor Society Qualifications
  • Most Frequently Asked Questions

Any questions that are not answered by a transfer coach will be referred to the specified office or department for a follow-up. Scheduling an appointment with your transfer coach is an opportunity to tailor your needs as a new nighthawk and start your journey at UNG.

Need Transfer Assistance? Contact Us!

Cumming, Gainesville Campus
Chantelle Tickles
chantelle.tickles@ung.edu
706-864-1010

Dahlonega, Blue Ridge Campus
Rachael Williams
rachael.williams@ung.edu
706-864-1010

Oconee Campus
Emily Dabau
emily.dabau@ung.edu
706-864-1010

Meet Your Transfer Coaches

Abby Purlee

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Major

Interdisciplinary Studies

Year at UNG

Junior

Hometown

Dacula, GA

Transferred From

Auburn University

What is your favorite thing about being a Nighthawk?

The community at UNG is close knit but diverse in interests. You will always have your own niche where you can truly flourish here.

Brittany Troup

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Major

Business Management

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 vast amount of options we have to get involved on campus. With over 200 active clubs and organizations across all the campuses, there are plenty of exciting ways to get involved on campus, meet new people, and have fun while doing it.

Bryan Ramirez

Bryan Ramirez

Major

Business Marketing 

Year at UNG

Senior

Hometown

Dacula, GA

Transferred From

Georgia Gwinnett College

What is your favorite thing about being a Nighthawk?

My favorite thing about being a nighthawk is the culture of UNG. This university allows for every student to have a voice and step out of their comfort zone and grow as a leader. UNG helps everyone find a family away from home, and helps them find out who they are.

Catlin Corrales

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Major

Environmental Spatial Analysis

Year at UNG

Senior

Hometown

Redlands, CA

Transferred From

College of the Redwoods

What is your favorite thing about being a Nighthawk?

My favorite thing about being a Nighthawk is getting to meet all kinds of new friends and learn from great professors.

Edleen Henriquez

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Major

International Affairs

Year at UNG

Junior

Hometown

Hoschton, GA

What is your favorite thing about being a Nighthawk?

The diversity of everyone on campus and the opportunities to be involved.

Kathy Olguin

Kathy Olguin

Major

Business Marketing

Year at UNG

Junior

Hometown

Norcross, GA

What is your favorite thing about being a Nighthawk?

My favorite part would have to be the community. I know that being involved has heavily impacted the interactions I make with my peers, faculty and friends I make but the UNG community has opened doors for me that I would have never expected as well as gained new skills. I know that I always will be able to reach out to anyone whenever I need help which is why I love being part of the nighthawk community!

Kimberly Anderson

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Major

Psychology

Year at UNG

Junior

Hometown

Port Arthur, TX

Transferred From

Lamar University

What is your favorite thing about being a Nighthawk?

My favorite thing about being a Nighthawk is the supportive community. The faculty and staff do an amazing job providing assistance.

Nicki Wiggins

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Major

Cybersecurity and Computer Science

Year at UNG

Junior

Hometown

Sandersville, GA

Transferred From

Valdosta State University

What is your favorite thing about being a Nighthawk?

Being able to go to college in the mountains! 

Will Reeves

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Major

Biology

Year at UNG

Junior

Hometown

Macon, GA

What is your favorite thing about being a Nighthawk?

The personal connections I’ve made with students and faculty

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