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Advising and Registration

Summer registration now open at UNG

Summer Semester

Summer will continue to have classes online, hybrid, and face-to-face. Online courses offer flexibility and convenience where you can attend in the comfort of your home or on your family vacation.

Choose a summer class that best fits your schedule. Some of the benefits of taking a summer class include: catching up, getting ahead, staying on track, focusing on one or two classes all while keeping your summer job or still engaging in a much needed break.


Fall Semester

If you haven’t heard the good news, the University of North Georgia plans to resume normal operations in fall. That’s right, we expect to have a typical semester, with in-person instruction and student activities.

Based on wider availability of the COVID-19 vaccine over the next few months, we anticipate changes to state executive orders and guidance from the CDC and Georgia Department of Public Health that will enable us to return to a full in-person campus experience.

Get Help Planning for Next Semester

  • Talk to your assigned academic advisor, which is located on your Tranguid.
  • Academic advising is conducting virtual and in-person advisement appointments which can be scheduled at


Please be sure to check your BannerWeb account for any holds. All student holds should be resolved prior to registration.

Paying for Your Next Semester

Need Help with Registration? 

Contact the Registrar’s Office via email 


Learn more about the automatic grant program for eligible students, UNG CARES. Additionally, students who are facing specific hardships may apply for the UNG CARES Emergency Grant to receive up to $700 in further assistance.

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