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UNG recognized as a Top 100 National Test Center

The University of North Georgia (UNG) has again made The College Board's top 100 national list for "Best Performing Test Centers in 2014-2015," joining Georgia State University as the only two Georgia institutions recognized.

Each year, The College Board recognizes the top test centers across the country who administer the most College Level Examination Program (CLEP) tests, the most widely trusted credit-by-examination program, accepted by 2,900 colleges and universities and administered in more than 1,800 sites.  

"It is difficult to make the list even once, and the continued dedication our testing center staff demonstrates is extraordinary," said UNG President Bonita C. Jacobs. "Our staff does a phenomenal job in serving and supporting our students in reaching their goal of completing a college degree."

CLEP test centers maintain the integrity of the overall testing process in a professional manner, and they are integral to students having access to CLEP exams.

"The testing centers at UNG provide a professional testing environment for students and the community that enables test takers to perform at their maximum ability, as well as to assist students and faculty in maintaining UNG's goal of academic excellence and leadership," said Kathy Rich, UNG's interim director of testing.

The College Board consists of more than 6,000 of the world's leading educational institutions and promotes excellence and equity in education. Each year The College Board helps more than seven million students prepare for the transition to college through programs and services in college readiness and success.

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