Piedmont Newnan Hospital Extends Fitness Benefits to UWG Newnan

The University of West Georgia and Piedmont Newnan Hospital are excited to announce that they have signed an agreement to extend membership to the Piedmont Newnan Fitness Center for the students, faculty, and staff of UWG Newnan free of charge.

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NASA Kennedy Space Center’s Dr. Lester Morales and Rachel Power visited the University of West Georgia and spoke to hundreds of sixth and eighth graders as the College of Education and NASA hosted interactive sessions intent on piquing the interests of young minds in the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics fields.

UWG, NASA Wow Next Generation of Explorers

Just a couple of generations ago, the concept of humans traveling to Mars was the stuff science fiction movies were made of. Today, according to NASA Kennedy Space Center’s Dr. Lester Morales and Rachel Power, that journey is on the horizon.

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The University of West Georgia continues to improve its ranking, according to the latest U.S. News & World Report released on Wednesday, Sept. 9. The national report ranked UWG 42nd in the Public South Regional University category, an increase from the 47th spot last year, and 87th in the overall South Regional University category, up from last year’s ranking of 92nd.

UWG Continues to Improve Ranking in 2016 U.S. News & World Report

The University of West Georgia continues to improve its ranking, according to the latest U.S. News & World Report released on Wednesday, Sept. 9. The national report ranked UWG 42nd in the Public South Regional University category, an increase from the 47th spot last year, and 87th in the overall South Regional University category, up from last year’s ranking of 92nd.

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UWG Contributes to Carrollton's Ranking as One of America's Least Expensive College Towns

The University of West Georgia was listed in a recent Realtor.com article, titled America’s Most and Least Expensive College Towns, for its commitment to providing shows, sports events, performances and seminars to the community. Carrollton ranked nine out of 10 cities nationwide as the least expensive college town.

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