What's in a Word? UWG Newnan Lecture Series Expands Offerings
Back by popular demand, University of West Georgia Newnan hosted the first of its second round of English language lectures last week. This series, dubbed "The Curious Adventures of English Words" is part of The Other Night School-a continuous series of lectures featuring various topics in the humanities.
Coweta Sheriff Offers Advice to Students
Coweta County Sheriff Mike Yeager, who is serving his sixth term as sheriff and is chairman of the P.O.S.T. Council, paid a visit to the University of West Georgia's Newnan campus to talk to criminology students about his career in law enforcement and provide a real-world insight on ethics.
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.
Serving a New Generation: Alumni Serve as UWG Newnan's New Student Services Team
The University of West Georgia has added a new student services team to UWG Newnan. Brittany Cook, student enrollment specialist, and Jessie Belcher, student development specialist, are both residents of Newnan as well as UWG alumni. Through their new roles as the student services team at UWG Newnan, they are excited to give back to their alma mater and the Newnan community.