Building the Future: Donation Puts UWG on Track for New Building
In the very near future, Maple Street could have a brand new, state-of-the-art building to showcase thanks to a substantial donation from University of West Georgia alumnus David Johnson, co-founder of St. Croix-based company Cane Bay Partners VI, LLLP.
On the Rise: UWG Newnan Expects Continued Increase in Enrollment
The first day of fall semester got off to a great start for University of West Georgia Newnan as student enrollment continues to increase. UWG Newnan experienced a 6.6 percent rise in enrollment, bringing a total of 772 students in fall of 2016.
The New Face of Economics: Creating Opportunities for Success
As Kim Holder walks around her classroom, she is doing something you don’t usually expect to find a teacher doing – she’s handing out raffle tickets. For the past 20 minutes, she has been giving her students instructions that require them to get out of their seats, move around the room and meet their classmates.
Grow West: UWG Enrollment Continues to Increase
The University of West Georgia announced on Tuesday that it expects to have another year of record enrollment after preliminary estimates show 13,400 students. The increase is 4 percent higher than last year’s enrollment and would mark the seventh consecutive year the university has seen record enrollment.
UWG Adds 33 New Positions for Fiscal Year 2017
The University of West Georgia continues to make strides in faculty and staff growth with 33 new positions for the 2017 fiscal year. Funding for each position was generated from new institutional finances. The new positions will support the Center for Diversity and Inclusion, Advising Center, Career Services, the College of Science and Mathematics, eCore, Dine West, Information Technology, Library, Purchasing, Softball-Women, University Police and UREC Administration (E&G). In just three years, UWG has funded 80 positions.
Safety First: UWG Police Receive National Accreditation from CALEA
Chief Thomas Mackel of the University Police Department (UPD) has always considered an educated officer to be a better officer. The same can be said for his department, now that it has obtained national accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA).