University of North Georgia is a public university in Dahlonega, an hour north of Atlanta, and is a member of University System of Georgia. The university offers more than 100 programs of study through five academic colleges, boasting 50 academic majors for undergraduates alone. The 630-acre suburban campus is one of five public regional campuses in the state, with other locations in Cumming, Blue Ridge, Gainesville, and Oconee. UNG is also the Military College of Georgia and hosts various cadet organizations on campus. For athletically inclined students, UNG fields 12 men’s and women’s sports teams as well as a coed rifle squad.
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an amazing and supportive student and faculty. the traditions are beautiful and really interesting. you'll have to get creative with the food in the cow hall though.
sydney from bonaire, ga
I have fallen in love with The University of North Georgia. The mountains, the community, small classes, student life, scholarships, programs, theres an endless list! The campus is beautiful and the people you will meet will be your friends for a lifetime and UNG is topped ranked!
Machaelie from Dahlonega, GA
I LOVE the University of North Georgia. I believe in what this institution stands for and has to offer. I give UNG an outstanding rating and suggest it to all future students!
Danielle from Dahlonega, GA
I love the University of North Georgia! I love the class size, the mountainous scenery and how kind everyone is. It's easy to adapt to and I feel that it is very possible to get involved and excel at this university.
Allie from Dawsonville, GA
North Georgia is located in the beautiful rolling hills of the Appalachian mountains and the surrounding area is beautiful year round. The campus is small enough to easily walk to all of your classes but big enough that you can meet amazing new people each day. There are truly so many activities in the area to fit every personality type from rock climbing and white water rafting, to shopping and eating at restaurants that serve authentic southern comfort food.