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Visit UNG

What better way to learn more about UNG than making a visit to one of our 5 campuses! Select your visit type to learn more and register.

Five tips and tricks to making the most of your campus visit:

1. Ask plenty of questions! We want you to be as informed as possible to make your college decision. Don’t be afraid to ask your ambassador or admissions representative questions about their personal experience as a student- where their favorite place to study is on campus, where the good food is, why they chose UNG, and anything else you can think of!

2. Plan ahead. We will be emailing you before your tour with a campus map, directions and instructions for parking. Make sure you know where you’re going before you get here. 

3. Stay in touch. Make sure you leave with our phone number or an admissions officer’s card! If you leave your tour and remember that one question you forgot to ask, make sure to call or email us and we’ll be glad to answer it for you. We love hearing from prospective students and their families and are happy to answer any questions you may have after you leave.
4. Visit early in the game. Our campus tours do have limited capacity and we want to make sure everyone has an opportunity to see what UNG is all about. Plan on visiting UNG and other colleges you’re looking at during your junior year and early in your senior year so you know which schools you want to apply to. Visiting early helps you to have all the necessary information to make a timely decision so you don’t miss any important deadlines!

5. Do your research. Take a look at the website and admissions expectations before you come to see where you stand in the admissions process. UNG also has five campuses that offer different programs and pathways. Which one has your major or pathway? Should you visit more than one of our campuses? Which one has what you’re interested in?

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