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UWG Partnering with Sharpen Colleges to Provide Free Mental Health Resources to Students

Depression and anxiety affect college students at a higher rate than the general population, and new quarantine guidelines to slow the spread of COVID-19 make their lives even tougher. Sharpen, a mental health content and technology company, has released its Sharpen Colleges mobile and desktop app for free to all college students, and UWG is one of the first trailblazing partners to encourage students to download and utilize the app.

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In light of the cancellation of ACT/SAT and GRE/GMAT test dates because of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), the University of West Georgia is working to help future Wolves by making an admissions decision based solely on their high school transcripts and academic GPA.

Test Scores No Longer Required for UWG Applicants for Summer and Fall

In light of the cancellation of ACT/SAT and GRE/GMAT test dates because of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), the University of West Georgia is working to help future Wolves by making an admissions decision based solely on their high school transcripts and academic GPA.

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The administration of the University of West Georgia’s eighth president, Dr. Brendan Kelly, officially began today.

The Next Chapter Begins: Dr. Brendan Kelly Starts as UWG's President

The administration of the University of West Georgia's eighth president, Dr. Brendan Kelly, officially began today.

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University of West Georgia graduate student Michael Mordi has found his home a long way from where he was born.

Far From Home: UWG Graduate Student Finds a Home Away From Home

University of West Georgia graduate student Michael Mordi has found his home a long way from where he was born.

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The University of West Georgia recently hosted a launch event to celebrate the movement of the Invisible Histories Project into Georgia in the Campus Center Ballroom. The Invisible Histories Project is a nonprofit organization that works to collect and preserve LGBTQ history in the South.

UWG Hosts Launch Event to bring the Invisible Histories Project into Georgia

The University of West Georgia recently hosted a launch event to celebrate the movement of the Invisible Histories Project into Georgia in the Campus Center Ballroom. The Invisible Histories Project is a nonprofit organization that works to collect and preserve LGBTQ history in the South.

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