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University Press

The University of North Georgia Press, a scholarly, peer-reviewed press, is an extension of our sponsoring university, the University of North Georgia. Our primary function is to promote education and research with a special emphasis on innovative scholarship and pedagogy. Through our partnership with the University System of Georgia (USG), Affordable Learning Georgia (ALG), and eCore, the UNG Press is the leading university press in the state for Open Educational Resources (OER) and Open Textbooks.

Our structure comprises an advisory and a faculty board with scholars across all disciplines. Board members serve a two-year term. Our partnership with UNG provides a service-learning environment for students to gain real life experiences in publishing and marketing. These learning opportunities comprise (1) course work tied to UNG Press projects, and (2) internships. Students are immersed in actual book production, from acquisitions to editing to layout and design.

University Press Operations Update

UNG Press will remain in operation, but will be working remotely.

Questions? or 706-864-1556

While we will monitor our phone calls, email will be the quickest way to reach us. We thank you for your patience during this transition. 

How to Order

Due to holiday season traffic, please order books 2-4 weeks in advance to allow for printing and distribution.

Review Copies

Interested in receiving a review copy of one of our titles? The following groups are eligible for a free review copy from the UNG Press:
  • Bookstores
  • Libraries
  • Museums
  • Book bloggers
  • Book review programs
  • Stores and gift shops

If you’re eligible, please fill out this form.

Educators seeking desk copies should have their reference librarian request a reference copy by submitting the Library Reference Copy request form.

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