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Gainesville Campus Sample Schedules

Please note that these sample agendas are for the Gainesville Campus sessions only and that session times may vary by orientation date. You will receive a detailed orientation agenda upon check-in.

New Student Orientation

Student Schedule

Agenda
Time Event Location
9:00 a.m.

Check-In

 

Physical Education Lobby

9:45 a.m.

Welcome to UNG!

Presenters:
Dr. Richard Oates, Vice President, Gainesville Campus

Nathan Cheesman, Coordinator of Orientation and Student Leadership

Gymnasium

10:05 a.m.

Financial Aid and Business Office Overview

Hear about when your student bill is due, how to pay it, and how to make sure you are working with Financial Aid to get all of your scholarship and loan paperwork in on time.

Presenters: Office of the Bursar & Financial Aid Office

Gymnasium

10:30 a.m.

Nighthawk Talk #1

Part of UNG’s missions is to “develop students into leaders.” Here about some of the ways that UNG works to prepare all students to be leaders in the classroom and in life.

Presenter: Orientation Leaders

Gymnasium

10:40 a.m.

Academic and Student Support Overview

Learn more about the resources that this campus, and university, have to increase your student success.

Presenter: University College

Gymnasium

10:55 a.m.

UNG Values and Expectations

As a part of the UNG community, we want you to be aware of what you can expect from the community and how to be a successful community member.                                                                   

Presenters: Offices of Student Integrity, Dean of Students, & Title IX Compliance

Gymnasium

11:15 a.m.

Nighthawk Talk #2

UNG is a large and diverse community. Hear from some Orientation Leaders about how to be Open, Understanding, Respectful, and Safe community members.                                                            

Presenter: Orientation Leaders

Gymnasium

11:30 a.m.

Lunch and Small Group

Of course, we want you to get something to eat, but you will also be able to spend some time getting to know other students and learning about UNG directly from your OL.

Presenter: Orientation Leaders

Various

12:40 p.m.

Resource Fair

Over 30 different student organizations and university departments are here to meet with you! Find out how to get connected to student government, theatre productions, academic minors, and more!

Watkins Building

1:10 p.m. - 1:35 p.m.

Breakout Session 1

Choose one of the sessions below to attend.

Descriptions for each session are provided for your reference at the bottom of this page and our staff can help guide your selections.

  • Student Involvement and Leadership (Science 103)
  • Get your move on! Get your game on! (Science 104)
  • Connecting you to the world! (Science 173)
  • Music Ensembles and Performing Opportunities (Science 174)
  • Social and Cultural Engagement Opportunities (Science 201)
  • Undergraduate Research and National Scholarship Opportunities (Science 262)
  • Technology and your classes (Science 264)

Science Building

1:45 p.m. - 2:10 p.m.

Breakout Session 2

Choose one of the sessions below to attend.

Descriptions for each session are provided for your reference at the bottom of this page and our staff can help guide your selections.

  • Student Involvement and Leadership (Science 103)
  • Adjustment to College Life (Science 104)
  • Connecting you to the world! (Science 173)
  • Financial Aid: An In-Depth Look (Science 174)
  • Social and Cultural Engagement Opportunities (Science 201)
  • Career Services (Science 262)
  • Auxiliary Services and Public Safety (Science 264)

Science Building

2:20 p.m.

Academics: Online Pre-Orientation Refresher

Do you remember everything about classes from Online Pre-Orientation? Hear some highlights to help make registration as smooth as possible.

Presenters: Academic Advising Center, University College, & Orientation and Transition Programs

Gymnasium

3:00 p.m.

Academic Policies

Registering for classes is great, but do you know when finals are, when to drop a class without a grade, or why class attendance can affect your grade?

Presenter: Orientation and Transition Programs

Gymnasium

3:15 p.m.

Maximize Your Major

Meet with an advisor in your major to learn more about major-specific requirements and post-graduate opportunities.

Various

3:45 p.m.

Course Registration

Register for your classes for the upcoming semesters! Orientation Leaders, Faculty, and Staff will be available to assist with the class registration process.

 Various

4:00 p.m.

New Student Orientation Checkout

Complete your Orientation Day here: have your class schedule(s) reviewed, get your questions answered, and fill out paperwork for your student ID card.

Student Center Commons

4:00 p.m.

Optional Campus Tour

Personalized tour with an Orientation Leader to learn some more details about campus. Last tour leaves at 5:15 p.m.

Student Center Commons

Most offices on campus will be open until 5:30 p.m. for any needs that you have.

Breakout Sessions

Adjustment to College Life

Find out about navigating the rigors of college life and what UNG Student Counseling has to offer. Get tips on stress reduction, study skills, test taking, time management, and more.

Presenter: Student Counseling Office

Auxiliary Services and Public Safety

Come learn about the Nighthawks Card, Campus Dining, the Nighthawk Nook, and more! Also hear from UNG Public Safety about their services and ways to stay safe at UNG.

Presenters: Auxiliary Services and Public Safety

Career Services

The breakout session will provide an orientation of the Career Services. Career Services offers services that prepare students for a lifetime of meaningful work and lifelong learning. We can help you navigate areas such as selecting a major, exploring careers, finding internships, graduate school decisions, and the search for employment.

Presenter: Career Services

Connecting you to the world!

Explore your options for studying abroad and discover how you can become involved with the international students at UNG. Everyone can be a global citizen!

Presenter: Center for Global Engagement

Financial Aid: An In-Depth Look

Navigate Financial Aid! This breakout will discuss further information about federal and state aid that was not covered earlier. Satisfactory Academic Progress details will also be discussed.

Presenter: Financial Aid Office

Get your move on! Get your game on!

What club and intramural sports are on the Gainesville campus? Do we offer group fitness classes? What fitness and recreation resources are on campus that I can use? Come get your questions answered!

Presenter: Recreational Sports

Music Ensembles and Performing Opportunities

Do you play an instrument or sing?  Are you hoping to play in band or sing in choir at UNG?  This session will explore the many opportunities students have to participate in music ensembles at the University of North Georgia.

Presenter: Department of Music

Social and Cultural Engagement Opportunities

Learn about the programs, staff, and resources that the Multicultural Student Affairs office has to educate all students on these topics, and how they support various student groups.

Presenter: Office of Multicultural Student Affairs

Student Involvement and Leadership

Learn to make the most out of your collegiate career with ways to get involved, connect with others, explore opportunities, and create meaningful experiences at UNG.

Presenters: Office of Student Involvement

Technology and Your Classes

This session will prepare you for online learning at UNG! We will discuss both eCORE and UNG Online courses, including how to register for them. The breakout will also talk about other technology for all classes.

Presenter: Distance Education & Technology Integration

Undergraduate Research and National Scholarship Opportunities

Learn about opportunities to engage in and fund undergraduate research while at UNG. The presentation will also discuss support services for finding and applying for nationally competitive scholarships.

Presenters: Center for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities & the Nationally Competitive Scholarships Office

Parent & Family Schedule

Agenda
Time Event Location
9:00 a.m.

Check-In

 

Physical Education Lobby

9:45 a.m.

Welcome to UNG!

Presenters:
Dr. Richard Oates, Vice President, Gainesville Campus

Nathan Cheesman, Coordinator of Orientation and Student Leadership

Gymnasium

10:05 a.m.

Financial Aid and Business Office Overview

Hear about when your student bill is due, how to pay it, and how to make sure you are working with Financial Aid to get all of your scholarship and loan paperwork in on time.

Presenters: Office of the Bursar & Financial Aid Office

Gymnasium

10:30 a.m.

Nighthawk Talk #1

Part of UNG’s missions is to “develop students into leaders.” Here about some of the ways that UNG works to prepare all students to be leaders in the classroom and in life.

Presenter: Orientation Leaders

Gymnasium

10:40 a.m.

Academic and Student Support Overview

Learn more about the resources that this campus, and university, have to increase your student success.

Presenter: University College

Gymnasium

10:55 a.m.

Dismiss to Nesbitt Building

Nesbitt 3110

11:45 a.m.

FERPA: what you need to know

College comes with new rights and responsibilities. Discuss how to work with your student and the university.                                                                                                                               
Presenter: Registrar’s Office

Nesbitt 3110

12:00 p.m.

Resources to Support Your Student

Learn about the variety of technology resources that UNG has to support your student as well as information about our Internal Transfer Process.                                                                          
Presenter: Office of Student Affairs & Orientation and Transition Programs

Nesbitt 3110

12:40 p.m.

Resource Fair

Over 30 different student organizations and university departments are here to meet with you! Find out how to get connected to student government, theatre productions, academic minors, and more!

Watkins Building

1:10 p.m.

Campus Tour and Lunch

Of course, we want you to get something to eat, but you will also be able to spend some time seeing different places on campus (optional), and the university Bookstore will be open.

Presenter: Orientation Leaders

various

2:20 p.m. - 2:45 p.m.

Breakout Session 1

Choose one of the sessions below to attend.

Descriptions for each session are provided for your reference at the bottom of this page and our staff can help guide your selections.

  • Academic Overview (Gymnasium; This breakout goes from 2:20 p.m. - 3:10 p.m.)
  • Get your move on! Get your game on! (Science 103)
  • Adjustment to College Life (Science 104)
  • En Español (Science 173)
  • Financial Aid: An In-Depth Look (Science 174)
  • Career Services (Science 262)

Science Building

3:00 p.m. - 3:25 p.m.

Breakout Session 2

Choose one of the sessions below to attend.

Descriptions for each session are provided for your reference at the bottom of this page and our staff can help guide your selections.

  • Student Involvement and Leadership (Science 103)
  • Connecting you to the world! (Science 104)
  • Social and Cultural Engagement Opportunities (Science 174)
  • Undergraduate Research and National Scholarship Opportunities (Science 262)
  • Auxiliary Services (Science 264)

Science Building

3:40 p.m.

Your Student in College and Student Scenarios

Get tips for being a supportive family member or friend. Additional resources and contact information will also be highlighted.

Presenter: Ms. Stacie Rowley, Interim Dean of Students

Nesbitt 3110

4:10 p.m.

Next Steps

Orientation may not be the last thing that your student needs to do before classes. Hear some helpful reminders to help your student stay on top of everything.

Presenter: Orientation and Transition Programs

Nesbitt 3110

4:00 p.m.

Parent and Family Orientation Checkout

Complete your Orientation Day here: have your students’ class schedule(s) reviewed, complete their student ID paperwork, and get your questions answered.

Student Center Commons

4:00 p.m.

Optional Campus Tour

Personalized tour with an Orientation Leader to learn some more details about campus. Last tour leaves at 5:15 p.m.

Student Center Commons

Most offices on campus will be open until 5:30 p.m. for any needs that you have.

Breakout Sessions

Academic Overview

Join back with the students during their refresher on CORE classes, how they can utilize their advisor, and how they will register for classes. This breakout goes from 2:20 p.m. – 3:10 p.m.

Presenter: Academic Advising Center, University College, & Orientation and Transition Programs

Adjustment to College Life

Find out about navigating the rigors of college life and what UNG Student Counseling has to offer. Get tips on stress reduction, study skills, test taking, time management, and more.

Presenter: Student Counseling Office

Auxiliary Services

Come learn about the Nighthawks Card, Campus Dining, the Nighthawk Nook, and more!

Presenters: Auxiliary Services

Career Services

The breakout session will provide an orientation of the Career Services. Career Services offers services that prepare students for a lifetime of meaningful work and lifelong learning. We can help you navigate areas such as selecting a major, exploring careers, finding internships, graduate school decisions, and the search for employment.

Presenter: Career Services

Connecting you to the world!

Explore your options for studying abroad and discover how you can become involved with the international students at UNG. Everyone can be a global citizen!

Presenter: Center for Global Engagement

En Español

En esta charla en español invitamos a todo aquel que tenga preguntas sobre UNG o cómo apoyar y ayudar a su estudiante.

This session is a Q&A in Spanish to help answer any questions that you have about UNG or how to support your student.

Presenter: Multicultural Student Affairs Office & Dean of Students Office

Financial Aid: An In-Depth Look

Navigate Financial Aid! This breakout will discuss further information about federal and state aid that was not covered earlier. Satisfactory Academic Progress details will also be discussed.

Presenter: Financial Aid Office

Get your move on! Get your game on!

What club and intramural sports are on the Gainesville campus? Do we offer group fitness classes? What fitness and recreation resources are on campus that I can use? Come get your questions answered!

Presenter: Recreational Sports

Social and Cultural Engagement Opportunities

Learn about the programs, staff, and resources that the Multicultural Student Affairs office has to educate all students on these topics, and how they support various student groups.

Presenter: Office of Multicultural Student Affairs

Student Involvement and Leadership

Learn to make the most out of your collegiate career with ways to get involved, connect with others, explore opportunities, and create meaningful experiences at UNG.

Presenters: Office of Student Involvement

Undergraduate Research and National Scholarship Opportunities

Learn about opportunities to engage in and fund undergraduate research while at UNG. The presentation will also discuss support services for finding and applying for nationally competitive scholarships.

Presenters: Center for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities & the Nationally Competitive Scholarships Office

Transfer Student Orientation

Student Schedule

Agenda
Time Event Location
9:00 a.m.

Check-In

Student Center Lobby

9:30 a.m.

Welcome to UNG!

Presenter: Dr. Janet Marling, Executive Director of the National Institute for the Study of Transfer Students (NISTS)

Robinson Ballroom
9:45 a.m.

TSO Schedule Overview and Goals for the Day

We want you to make the most out of the orientation experience! Hear about how to connect to the campus environment, navigate resources and processes, and prepare for your time here at UNG!

Presenter: Vincent Prior, Coordinator of Transfer and Transition Programs

Robinson Ballroom
10:00 a.m.

Transfer Experience Reflection

Find out how your previous experiences can influence what lies ahead for you here at UNG! We will talk about not just the process of transferring, but also the growth and development that can happen when you attend UNG with previous higher education experience.

Presenter: Orientation and Transition Programs

Robinson Ballroom
10:30 a.m. - 10:55 a.m.

Breakout Session I

Choose one of the sessions below to attend.

Descriptions for each session are provided for your reference at the bottom of this page and our staff can help guide your selections.

  • Coffee Station (Watkins 180)
  • Student Involvement and Leadership (Watkins 181)
  • Online Courses and Technology Overview (Watkins 182)
  • Music Ensembles and Performing Opportunities (Watkins 183)
  • Connecting You to the World (Watkins 185)
  • Action Planning with Career Services (Watkins 186)
Watkins
11:05 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Breakout Session II and Resource Fair

Choose one of the sessions below to attend.

Descriptions for each session are provided for your reference at the bottom of this page and our staff can help guide your selections.

  • Resource Fair (Watkins Hallways)
  • Coffee Station (Watkins 180)
  • Social and Cultural Engagement Opportunities (Watkins 181)
  • Online Courses and Technology Overview (Watkins 182)
  • Financial Aid (Watkins 183)
  • Returning to UNG (Watkins 184)
  • Academic and Student Support Services Overview (Watkins 185)
  • Action Planning with Career Services (Watkins 186)
Watkins
11:40 a.m. - 12:05 p.m.

Breakout Session III and Resource Fair

Choose one of the sessions below to attend.

Descriptions for each session are provided for your reference at the bottom of this page and our staff can help guide your selections.

  • Resource Fair (Watkins Hallways)
  • Coffee Station (Watkins 180)
  • Get your move on! Get your game on! (Watkins 181)
  • Auxiliary Services Overview (Watkins 182)
  • Financial Aid (Watkins 183)
  • Returning to UNG (Watkins 184)
  • Academic and Student Support Services Overview (Watkins 185)
  • Surviving the Transfer (Watkins 186)
Watkins
12:10 p.m.

Lunch

Robinson Ballroom
12:55 p.m.

UNG Values and Expectations

As a part of the UNG community, we want you to be aware of what you can expect from the community and how to be a successful community member. 

Presenters: Offices of Student Integrity, Dean of Students, & Title IX Compliance 

Robinson Ballroom
1:15 p.m.

Academics: Online Pre-Orientation Refresher

Do you remember everything about classes from Online Pre-Orientation? Hear some highlights to help make registration as smooth as possible.

Presenters: Academic Advising Center, University College, & Orientation and Transition Programs

Robinson Ballroom
1:45 p.m.

Major Meetings

Meet with an advisor in your major to learn more about major specific requirements and post-graduate opportunities. 

Various
2:15 p.m.

Course Registration

Register for your classes for the upcoming semesters! Orientation Leaders, Faculty, and Staff will be available to assist with the class registration process.

Various
2:45 p.m.

Transfer Student Orientation Checkout

Complete your Orientation Day here: have your students’ class schedule(s) reviewed, complete their student ID paperwork, and get your questions answered. All students must check out with our staff after course registration!

Student Center Commons
2:45 p.m.

Optional Campus Tour

Personalized tour with an Orientation Leader to learn some more details about campus. Last tour leaves at 3:45 p.m.

Student Center Commons

Most offices on campus will be open until 5:30 p.m. for any needs that you have.

Breakout Sessions

Resource Fair with Coffee Station

Join our organization and resource fair to connect with student groups and departments on campus.  Learn more about what our university has to offer its students and how you can get connected today! During the resource fair and breakout sessions, you can also stop by our coffee station in Watkins 180.

Academic and Student Support Service Overview

Learn more about the resources that this campus, and university, have to increase student success. Participants will understand how to navigate these resources as a new transfer student, since they may be unique to UNG or have different processes that students should know.

Presenter: University College

Action Planning with Career Services

This office offers services that prepare students for a lifetime of meaningful work and lifelong learning. We can help you navigate areas such as selecting a major, exploring careers, finding internships, graduate school decisions, and the search for employment. Also, learn more about our career action plan and how you can start yours today!

Presenter: Career Services

Auxiliary Services Overview

This session will provide participants with an overview of the Nighthawks Card, Campus Dining, Parking, and additional services students need to know!

Presenters: Auxiliary Services

Connecting you to the world!

Explore your options for studying abroad and discover how you can become involved with the international students at UNG. Everyone can be a global citizen!
Presenter: Center for Global Engagement

Financial Aid

Join this session to learn more about federal and state financial aid programs and details about Satisfactory Academic Progress.  Come get your questions answered!

Presenter: Financial Aid Office

Get your move on! Get your game on!

What club and intramural sports are on the Gainesville campus? Do we offer group fitness classes? What fitness and recreation resources are on campus that I can use? Come get your questions answered!

Presenter: Recreational Sports

Music Ensembles and Performing Opportunities

Do you play an instrument or sing?  Are you hoping to play in band or sing in choir at UNG?  This session will explore the many opportunities students have to participate in music ensembles at the University of North Georgia.

Presenter: Department of Music

Online Courses and Technology

This session will prepare you for online learning at UNG! We will discuss both eCORE and UNG Online courses, including how to register for them. The breakout will also talk about other technology for all classes.

Presenter: Distance Education & Technology Integration

Returning to UNG (for readmit and returning students)

Find the answers here to questions most asked by students navigating the return to UNG to complete their degrees.  This Q&A session will cover such topics as career planning, changing majors, online classes, juggling work and school, tutoring services, academic advising, continued eligibility for financial aid and more. 

Presenter: Enrollment Management

Social and Cultural Engagement Opportunities

Learn about the programs, staff, and resources that the Multicultural Student Affairs office has to educate all students on these topics, and how they support various student groups.

Presenter: Office of Multicultural Student Affairs

Student Involvement and Leadership

Learn to make the most out of your collegiate career with ways to get involved, connect with others, explore opportunities, and create meaningful experiences at UNG.
Presenters: Office of Student Involvement

Surviving the Transfer

Find out about adjusting to life at UNG as a new transfer student and what Student Counseling has to offer. Get tips on stress reduction, study skills, test taking, time management, and more.

Presenter: Student Counseling Office

Parent & Family Schedule

Agenda
Time Event Location
9:00 a.m.

Check-In

Student Center Lobby

9:30 a.m.

Welcome to UNG!

Presenter: Dr. Janet Marling, Executive Director of the National Institute for the Study of Transfer Students (NISTS)

Robinson Ballroom
9:45 a.m.

TSO Schedule Overview and Goals for the Day

We want you to make the most out of the orientation experience! Hear about how to connect to the campus environment, navigate resources and processes, and prepare for your time here at UNG!

Presenter: Vincent Prior, Coordinator of Transfer and Transition Programs

Robinson Ballroom
9:55 a.m.

Depart from TSO Students

10:05 a.m.

Overview of UNG

Learn more about navigating UNG as a part of your student’s support system. You’ll hear about services your student can access and use as they prepare to continue their education at UNG.

Presenter: Ms. Stacie Rowley, Interim Dean of Students

Watkins 184
10:30 a.m. - 10:55 a.m.

Breakout Session I

Choose one of the sessions below to attend.

Descriptions for each session are provided for your reference at the bottom of this page and our staff can help guide your selections.

  • Coffee Station (Watkins 180)
  • Student Involvement and Leadership (Watkins 181)
  • Online Courses and Technology Overview (Watkins 182)
  • Music Ensembles and Performing Opportunities (Watkins 183)
  • Connecting You to the World (Watkins 185)
  • Action Planning with Career Services (Watkins 186)
Watkins
11:05 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Breakout Session II and Resource Fair

Choose one of the sessions below to attend.

Descriptions for each session are provided for your reference at the bottom of this page and our staff can help guide your selections.

  • Resource Fair (Watkins Hallways)
  • Coffee Station (Watkins 180)
  • Social and Cultural Engagement Opportunities (Watkins 181)
  • Online Courses and Technology Overview (Watkins 182)
  • Financial Aid (Watkins 183)
  • Returning to UNG (Watkins 184)
  • Academic and Student Support Services Overview (Watkins 185)
  • Action Planning with Career Services (Watkins 186)
Watkins
11:40 a.m. - 12:05 p.m.

Breakout Session III and Resource Fair

Choose one of the sessions below to attend.

Descriptions for each session are provided for your reference at the bottom of this page and our staff can help guide your selections.

  • Resource Fair (Watkins Hallways)
  • Coffee Station (Watkins 180)
  • Get your move on! Get your game on! (Watkins 181)
  • Auxiliary Services Overview (Watkins 182)
  • Financial Aid (Watkins 183)
  • Returning to UNG (Watkins 184)
  • Academic and Student Support Services Overview (Watkins 185)
  • Surviving the Transfer (Watkins 186)
Watkins
12:10 p.m.

Lunch

Robinson Ballroom
1:00 p.m.

OL Parent Panel

Hear from current UNG students about life at the university! They are here to answer questions you might have about campus resources, their own personal UNG experiences, and becoming a student leader at UNG!

Presenter: Orientation Leaders

Watkins 184
1:30 p.m.

FERPA and the Registrar's Office

Learn more about your student’s rights and responsibilities at UNG.  We will also discuss how to work with your student and the university within those rights and responsibilities.

Presenter: Registrar’s Office

Watkins 184
1:45 p.m.

Resources to Support Your Student

Learn about the various technology resources that UNG has to support your student as well as information about our Internal Transfer Process.

Presenter: Office of Student Affairs & Orientation and Transition Programs

Watkins 184
2:15 p.m.

Next Steps and the Transfer Transition

Orientation may not be the last thing that your student needs to do before classes. Hear some helpful reminders to help your student stay on top of everything. 

Presenter: Orientation and Transition Programs 

Watkins 184
2:45 p.m.

Transfer Student Orientation Checkout

Complete your Orientation Day here: have your students’ class schedule(s) reviewed, complete their student ID paperwork, and get your questions answered.

Student Center Commons
2:45 p.m.

Optional Campus Tour

Personalized tour with an Orientation Leader to learn some more details about campus. Last tour leaves at 3:45 p.m.

Student Center Commons

Most offices on campus will be open until 5:30 p.m. for any needs that you have.

Breakout Sessions

Resource Fair with Coffee Station

Join our organization and resource fair to connect with student groups and departments on campus.  Learn more about what our university has to offer its students and how you can get connected today! During the resource fair and breakout sessions, you can also stop by our coffee station in Watkins 180.

Academic and Student Support Service Overview

Learn more about the resources that this campus, and university, have to increase student success. Participants will understand how to navigate these resources as a new transfer student, since they may be unique to UNG or have different processes that students should know.

Presenter: University College

Action Planning with Career Services

This office offers services that prepare students for a lifetime of meaningful work and lifelong learning. We can help you navigate areas such as selecting a major, exploring careers, finding internships, graduate school decisions, and the search for employment. Also, learn more about our career action plan and how you can start yours today!

Presenter: Career Services

Auxiliary Services Overview

This session will provide participants with an overview of the Nighthawks Card, Campus Dining, Parking, and additional services students need to know!

Presenters: Auxiliary Services

Connecting you to the world!

Explore your options for studying abroad and discover how you can become involved with the international students at UNG. Everyone can be a global citizen!
Presenter: Center for Global Engagement

Financial Aid

Join this session to learn more about federal and state financial aid programs and details about Satisfactory Academic Progress.  Come get your questions answered!

Presenter: Financial Aid Office

Get your move on! Get your game on!

What club and intramural sports are on the Gainesville campus? Do we offer group fitness classes? What fitness and recreation resources are on campus that I can use? Come get your questions answered!

Presenter: Recreational Sports

Music Ensembles and Performing Opportunities

Do you play an instrument or sing?  Are you hoping to play in band or sing in choir at UNG?  This session will explore the many opportunities students have to participate in music ensembles at the University of North Georgia.

Presenter: Department of Music

Online Courses and Technology

This session will prepare you for online learning at UNG! We will discuss both eCORE and UNG Online courses, including how to register for them. The breakout will also talk about other technology for all classes.

Presenter: Distance Education & Technology Integration

Returning to UNG (for readmit and returning students)

Find the answers here to questions most asked by students navigating the return to UNG to complete their degrees.  This Q&A session will cover such topics as career planning, changing majors, online classes, juggling work and school, tutoring services, academic advising, continued eligibility for financial aid and more. 

Presenter: Enrollment Management

Social and Cultural Engagement Opportunities

Learn about the programs, staff, and resources that the Multicultural Student Affairs office has to educate all students on these topics, and how they support various student groups.

Presenter: Office of Multicultural Student Affairs

Student Involvement and Leadership

Learn to make the most out of your collegiate career with ways to get involved, connect with others, explore opportunities, and create meaningful experiences at UNG.
Presenters: Office of Student Involvement

Surviving the Transfer

Find out about adjusting to life at UNG as a new transfer student and what Student Counseling has to offer. Get tips on stress reduction, study skills, test taking, time management, and more.

Presenter: Student Counseling Office

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