The University of West Georgia conferred 849 degrees during two Commencement ceremonies Saturday, with keynote speaker Bentina Chisolm Terry imploring graduates to

UWG Confers 849 Degrees in Fall Ceremony

The University of West Georgia conferred 849 degrees during two Commencement ceremonies Saturday, with keynote speaker Bentina Chisolm Terry imploring graduates to "not let today get in the way of tomorrow."

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For the 16th consecutive year, the University of West Georgia’s Health Services department has been awarded a grant by the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety.

UWG Receives $13,000 Grant from GOHS

For the 16th consecutive year, the University of West Georgia's Health Services department has been awarded a grant by the Governor's Office of Highway Safety.

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The University of West Georgia will close another record-breaking fall semester with commencement ceremonies on Saturday, Dec. 15. This fall, enrollment topped 13,733 – a record for the university.

Fall Commencement: Another Record Setting Semester in the Books

The University of West Georgia will close another record-breaking fall semester with commencement ceremonies on Saturday, Dec. 15. This fall, enrollment topped 13,733 - a record for the university.

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The University of West Georgia recently hosted a record-breaking flu vaccination clinic, vaccinating more than 375 students, faculty and staff. UWG’s Health Services annually provides flu shots for students, faculty and staff in the hopes of keeping the campus safe and healthy during flu season.

UWG Hosts Record-Breaking Flu Vaccination Clinic

The University of West Georgia recently hosted a record-breaking flu vaccination clinic, vaccinating more than 375 students, faculty and staff. UWG's Health Services annually provides flu shots for students, faculty and staff in the hopes of keeping the campus safe and healthy during flu season.

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Charles Huey loved the families who lived along his postal route. To Chuck, as he was called, these residents of Carroll County were more than just the people to whom he delivered the annual birthday cards from grandma or items bought online. They were members of his extended family. Huey loved the residents on his route so much that when his parents, Johnnie and Edna Huey, established an endowed scholarship in his memory at the University of West Georgia, they asked to include a clause that preference would be given to students who lived along their late son’s route.

'He'd Be Proud': Bowdon Couple Establishes Scholarship in Son's Memory

Charles Huey loved the families who lived along his postal route. To Chuck, as he was called, these residents of Carroll County were more than just the people to whom he delivered the annual birthday cards from grandma or items bought online. They were members of his extended family. Huey loved the residents on his route so much so that when his parents, Johnnie and Edna Huey, established an endowed scholarship in his memory at the University of West Georgia, they asked to include a clause that preference would be given to students who lived along their late son's route.

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