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Photo for news article USG extends test optional admissions for 2024-2025 academic year
USG extends test optional admissions for 2024-2025 academic year

The University System of Georgia (USG) will continue to temporarily waive test score requirements for admission for Academic Year 2024-2025 at 23 of the 26 USG institutions.

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Campus Spotlight features news across the system

A roundup of impactful stories from University System of Georgia's institutions.

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New career planning tool for student success before and after graduation

The University System of Georgia has launched a new career planning tool for students at its 26 public colleges and universities to provide additional career counseling services and connect them to information about the field they want to work in.

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USG Foundation Raises $827,000 for Need-Based Student Scholarships

The 19th annual Regents Scholarship Gala on Friday, Sept. 8, raised $827,000 from generous sponsors to support and provide need-based scholarships for University System of Georgia (USG) students across the state.

University System of Georgia in FY2023 Awards Another Record Number of Degrees

The overall number of degrees awarded by University System of Georgia (USG) institutions in FY2023 increased by 1% over the previous fiscal year, reaching a new all-time high for the system of 75,228 degrees conferred annually.

University System of Georgias Economic Impact Grows to $20.1 Billion as Graduates Earn $1+ Million More with Their College Degrees

The University System of Georgia (USG) contributed a total of $20.1 billion to Georgias economy between July 1, 2021, and June 30, 2022, a $800 million or 4.14% increase over the previous year, a new study shows.