USG e-clips for November 28, 2022

University System News: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution How some Georgia colleges defy trend toward enrollment drops By Vanessa McCray …The state’s private and public colleges experienced mixed success this fall in pulling pandemic-weary students back to their campuses. Enrollment at the University System of Georgia’s 26 public colleges fell for the second consecutive year, down 1.8% […]

USG e-clips for November 22, 2022

University System News FOX 31 ABAC now offers new Criminal Justice degree program by Ty’Tierra Grant Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College has now introduced a new Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice degree program and is allowing current students as well as professionals working in the law enforcement field to enroll. Classes in the new four-year […]

USG e-clips for November 21, 2022

University System News: The Red & BlackUGA initiative aims to increase number of certified nursing assistants in Georgia By Khushi Kapadia In order to combat the shortage of certified nursing assistants in Georgia, the University of Georgia College of Public Health’s Institute for Disaster Management and Institute of Gerontology has launched an initiative to increase […]

USG e-clips for November 18, 2022

University System News: Middle Georgia CEO USG Executive Leadership Institute Welcomes the 2022-23 Class Staff Report The University System of Georgia (USG) has named the 2022-2023 class of its Executive Leadership Institute (ELI), including 35 faculty and staff members from 25 USG institutions and the University System Office. For over a decade, USG has hosted […]

USG e-clips for November 17, 2022

University System News: Street Insider GCSU pre-med mentoring program has 100% application success rate to medical school They say going to college is like drinking from a water fountain—in medical school, a fire hose. At Georgia College & State University, a group of pre-med students already know what it’s like to drink from a hose […]

USG e-clips for November 15, 2022

University System News: Marietta Daily Journal Schwaig: KSU must be ‘razor-focused on what matters most’ By Chart Riggall Newly sworn in Kennesaw State University President Kathy “Kat” Schwaig said Monday her line of work is facing a three-pronged crisis. Belief in the value and worth of higher education is on the downturn. Enrollment figures are […]

USG e-clips for November 14, 2022

University System News: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution AJC On Campus: Regents pick chair, safer bike paths for Kennesaw State By Vanessa McCray A biweekly roundup of news and happenings from Georgia colleges and universities. There’s something about fall on a college campus: Falling leaves, football rivalries and final exams still weeks away. For the Georgia Board […]

USG e-clips for November 11, 2022

University System News: Dalton Daily Citizen Perdue to give keynote address at Dalton chamber banquet Submitted by the Greater Dalton Chamber of Commerce Sonny Perdue, chancellor of the University System of Georgia, will deliver the keynote address at this year’s Greater Dalton Chamber of Commerce banquet on Tuesday, Nov. 29. The evening will begin at […]

USG e-clips for November 10, 2022

University System News: WSB-TV Enrollment at Georgia’s public universities declines for second year in a row By News Staff Enrollment at public universities declined slightly for the second consecutive year, according to a release from the University System of Georgia. Total enrollment of the state’s 26 public colleges and universities for this fall semester […]

USG e-clips for November 9, 2022

University System News: U.S. News Enrollment Dips for Second Year at Georgia Universities The number of students has fallen for a second straight year at Georgia’s public colleges and universities, even as the state’s most prestigious universities have kept growing. By JEFF AMY, Associated Press The number of students fell for a second straight year […]