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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

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."

Bryan Ramirez

Bryan Ramirez

Major

Business Marketing 

Year at UNG

Senior

Hometown

Dacula, GA

What is your favorite thing about being a Nighthawk?

"My favorite thing about being a Nighthawk is that I can walk around campus and feel welcomed. I can join any club or organization and not feel like a complete stranger."

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."

Kathy Olguin

Kathy Olguin

Major

Psychology with a minor in Business Management

Year at UNG

Junior

Hometown

Norcross, GA

What is your favorite thing about being a Nighthawk?

"My favorite thing about being a Nighthawk is the community. I know I can always find a friend or someone to rely on no matter what!"

Tyler Jo Insley

Tyler Insley

Major

Business Management

Year at UNG

Junior

Hometown

Yourktown, Virginia

What is your favorite thing about being a Nighthawk?

"I love being surrounded by diverse people and having lots of opportunities to grow."

Wesley Rhinehart

Wesley Rhinehart

Major

Biology

Year at UNG

Junior

Hometown

Columbus, GA

What is your favorite thing about being a Nighthawk?

"The strong community that we have at UNG. Everyone is supportive and kind to everyone else."

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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