University of West Georgia students will pay the same tuition for the 2018-19 academic year as the current year, with tuition rates set for next year at a zero percent increase.

Tuition Won't Increase for UWG Students Next Year

University of West Georgia students will pay the same tuition for the 2018-19 academic year as the current year, with tuition rates set for next year at a zero percent increase.

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The University of West Georgia hosted more than 300 prospective students last Sunday at its spring Preview Day, which serves as an open house to show interested parties the unique opportunities offered at the university.

UWG Hosts 325 Prospective Students at Spring Preview Day

The University of West Georgia hosted more than 300 prospective students last Sunday at its spring Preview Day, which serves as an open house to show interested parties the unique opportunities offered at the university.

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The University of West Georgia Department of Health Services has been awarded a grant of approximately $312,000 by the Georgia Criminal Justice Coordinating Council (CJCC) to enhance and expand services offered to students who have been affected by sexual violence.

'A Tremendous Gift': UWG awarded $312,000 Victim of Crime Act grant

The University of West Georgia Department of Health Services has been awarded a grant of approximately $312,000 by the Georgia Criminal Justice Coordinating Council (CJCC) to enhance and expand services offered to students who have been affected by sexual violence.

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The University of West Georgia recently unveiled historical company records of a worldwide supplier of automobile parts that had plants in Carrollton and Newnan. Photos, records, models and other artifacts from the Douglas and Lomason Company were on display at an event at Ingram Library. Blynne Olivieri, head of special collections at UWG, described the importance of the display of materials for research.

Driving History: UWG Unveils Douglas and Lomason Company Records and Artifacts

The University of West Georgia recently unveiled historical company records of a worldwide supplier of automobile parts that had plants in Carrollton and Newnan. Photos, records, models and other artifacts from the Douglas and Lomason Company were on display at an event at Ingram Library. Blynne Olivieri, head of special collections at UWG, described the importance of the display of materials for research.

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Imagine a current University of West Georgia student, Starbucks latte in hand, scanning the stacks of Ingram Library for a specific text. Now flash back to 1968, and imagine a West Georgia College student searching the shelves for that same book. While these two individuals may seem drastically different, look closer and you’ll find they share something key in common: they’re both looking for answers.

UWG's Ingram Library sets 50th anniversary celebration

Imagine a current University of West Georgia student, Starbucks latte in hand, scanning the stacks of Ingram Library for a specific text. Now flash back to 1968, and imagine a West Georgia College student searching the shelves for that same book. While these two individuals may seem drastically different, look closer and you'll find they share something key in common: they're both looking for answers.

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Schmuck. Most offices have one. How do you deal with a schmuck (a Yiddish term for a contemptible person) who upsets the workplace, confuses coworkers and causes concern throughout the office? A psychiatrist who’s written a book on the subject will speak at the University of West Georgia on Monday, April 9, as the next installment in the Richards College of Business BB&T Lectures in Free Enterprise series.

Schmuck in the Office: Foster to speak on dealing with difficult people at work

Schmuck. Most offices have one. How do you deal with a schmuck (a Yiddish term for a contemptible person) who upsets the workplace, confuses coworkers and causes concern throughout the office? A psychiatrist who's written a book on the subject will speak at the University of West Georgia on Monday, April 9, as the next installment in the Richards College of Business BB&T Lectures in Free Enterprise series.

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