UNG Gainesville is a public university. It is a mid-size institution with an enrollment of 5,181 undergraduate students. The UNG Gainesville acceptance rate is 99%. UNG Gainesville alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $26,400.
University of North Georgia - Gainesville Rankings
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.79 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.90 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.88 responses
University of North Georgia - Gainesville Reviews
I am currently a dual enrollment student at UNG and I have really enjoyed it! All of my classes have been online and the way UNG has set up their online classes is not only organized, but it is really easy to get all the help and information you could need and/or could want. The teachers are also really helpful and their main goal is to make sure every student succeeds and I think that is so beneficial in making an excellent educations for every student.
The University of North Georgia's Gainesville campus does well for its cost. Although, being a commuter campus, the social scene isn't as vibrant as it would be in a larger campus with dormitories, the college and clubs offer many opportunities to meet and interact with others in the school. My experience with the college academically is that the professors feel above average across the board. I've met a few outstanding professors that make themselves unique and involved with the students; anyone coming to UNG should actively seek out these professors by talking to faculty, asking students about them, and/or searching the professors online - especially through "ratemyprofessor.com". I've also met a select few professors that simply lecture - who do not become involved with the student or stand out in their teaching/lecturing - mostly in the mathematics department. Overall, UNG's Gainesville campus is a good college, especially for its cost!
UNG-Gainesville is the university that every high school senior should have at the top of their "dream schools" list. This university provides the tools for everyone to succeed with their dream career. The technology is only the best and the professors are highly trained and knowledgeable in their field. Furthermore, the school spirit is probably the best thing about this university. Go Nighthawks!