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Empowering Every Student, Supporting Every College.

University College equips every student to BECOME academically and professionally who they dream of being. Our faculty and staff encourage and support every student to choose their pathways to success.

Majors and Programs



University College Departments' Awards

  • 2024 Regents' Momentum Year Award for Excellence in Teaching and Curricular Innovation for Academic Transition Programs
  • 2022 Regents' Momentum Year Award for Excellence in Advising and Student Success
  • 2020 Regents' Momentum Year Award for Excellence in Teaching and Curriculum Innovation for Freshmen Math Program

UC Information

Declaration of Major/Minor Form

Would you like to change/declare a major? Just fill out this form and your information will be updated with the Registrar's Office as well as the UC department where the major belongs.

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Commonly Requested Forms

Hardship Withdrawal Forms, Course Permission Overrides, etc.

Registrar Forms

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Online Students to Off-Campus Event

Ten students with majors and minors in social sciences got to hear Dr. Reuben Jonathan Miller, MacArthur "Genius Grant" Fellow and University of Chicago sociologist, speak about our mass imprisonment society on Thursday, April 11. Moreover, it allowed students, some of whom are fully online students, an opportunity to connect with others who have the same academic and social advocacy passions. 


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Students Presented at NCUR Conference

With support from the Student Research Travel Award administered by the Office of Undergraduate Research, six UWG students presented mentored research at the 2024 National Conference of Undergraduate Research (NCUR) in Long Beach, California on April 8-10. The presenters were: Marissa Keeler, Leetavious Maines, Kayleigh Metcalf, Kyli Cauthen, and Tian Green, and CJ Okpala. Acceptance to the conference confirms the relevance of their research, and presenting at the event elevates their competitiveness as they prepare for graduation, in addition to further enhancing UWG's reputation on the national stage.

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