Northeast Georgia Mountains / Dahlonega

University of North Georgia, Dahlonega campus

82 College Circle
Dahlonega, GA 30597

  • The University of North Georgia's Dahlonega Campus

The University of North Georgia (UNG) was formed through the consolidation of North Georgia College & State University and Gainesville State College, two of the top-performing schools in the University System of Georgia, in January 2013. Positioned in the fastest-growing region of the state, UNG comprises four campuses united by a single mission focused on academic excellence and academic and co-curricular programs that develop students into leaders for a diverse and global society.

The University of North Georgia is a University System of Georgia leadership institution and is The Military College of Georgia. With about 16,000 students, the University of North Georgia is the state's seventh-largest public university. The university offers more than 100 programs of study ranging from certificate and associate's degrees to professional doctoral programs.

Info & Amenities

  • Hours of Operation

    Monday: 8:00AM - 5:30PM
    Tuesday: 8:00AM - 5:30PM
    Wednesday: 8:00AM - 5:30PM
    Thursday: 8:00AM - 5:30PM
    Friday: 8:00AM - 3:00PM

    Admission & Fees

    Admission See Website Admissions

    Facility Amenities

    Free Parking, Guided Tours / Guide Available, Meeting Facilities, Parking on Site, Public Restrooms, Self-guided Tours

    General Information

    Family-friendly, Handicapped Accessible, Open Year 'Round

    Group Amenities


    Near Interstate Highway


    Suitable for Ages

    All Ages


  • Annual Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition - Dahlonega

    Annual Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition - Dahlonega

    08/18/2015 - 08/15/2016

    This year, the Department of Visual Arts (DoVA) at the University of North Georgia is proud to expand its annual outdoor sculpture exhibition to all four campuses. These sculptures will be available for viewing at locations on the Cumming, Dahlonega, Gainesville, and Oconee campuses until summer 2016.

    Sculptors who were born in or living in one of the thirteen Appalachian states submitted images of up to three sculptures for consideration, and the juried competition resulted in the sel... read more