Serving Northeast Georgia since 1964, University of North Georgia-Gainesville (Formerly Gainesville State College) is a non-residential campus of the University of North Georgia. The UNG-Gainesville Campus, located 45 miles northeast of Atlanta and six miles southwest of downtown Gainesville in Oakwood, is easily accessible from I-985 via Exit 16 (Highway 53). Gainesville is very close to beautiful Lake Lanier, the Appalachian Trail, white water canoeing, and the rich, multicultural activities of metropolitan Atlanta. Students are drawn primarily from the increasingly diverse Northeast Georgia area.
UNG’s Gainesville Campus is located in Hall County, an epicenter for trade, healthcare, education, industry, retail, and recreation for northeast Georgia. This area offers incredible career opportunities for UNG graduates. Known for its warm and welcoming atmosphere, Gainesville is rich in heritage and cultural arts with museums, historic sites, galleries, and theaters. Gainesville also hugs the shores of beautiful Lake Lanier, is a short drive from the Appalachian Trail and Blue Ridge Mountains, and is still convenient to Atlanta and major transportation corridors.
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