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2016 Retiree Healthcare Change

In November 2013, the Board of Regents approved a change to the retiree healthcare benefit. Effective January 1, 2016, the University System of Georgia will provide supplemental healthcare coverage for Medicare-eligible retirees through a private retiree healthcare exchange instead of through the USG healthcare plan.

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Hands-on learning

The University of Georgia wants all of its students to get hands-on experiences and in order to position them for success after graduation. So haands-on learning will become a requirement for UGA undergraduates.

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First Feature Film

Students in Georgia Southwestern’s Department of Theater, Communication and Media Arts have the opportunity to create a movie as faculty and students shoot the school’s first major feature film.

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Georgia College 411

GAcollege411 is a comprehensive web resource for students and all Georgia residents who want to research careers, choose a college, apply for college, and acquire financial aid. Learn more…

Georgia Alliance of Education Agency Heads
The Alliance of Education Agency Heads strengthens collaborations to achieve Georgia's education priorities.

Congratulations Class of 2015!

Best wishes from everyone at the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia.

Handle with Care

Getting more blueberries from the field to the grocery store, without hurting their quality, is the focus of a new nationwide research project on gentler methods of harvesting.


Helping Hands

Thousands of Georgians receive millions of dollars in benefits through services provided by student interns in the WellStar College of Health and Human Services at Kennesaw State University.


Viral Video

Three Georgia Regents University students in the Medical College of Georgia make up the group MCG 2017. Their video, “Med School Lifestyle (Study)”, was part of an effort that raised more than $250,000 for Children’s Hospital of Georgia.



Faculty teams at the University of North Georgia have been awarded state grants totaling nearly $62,000 to create no-cost digital textbooks projected to save students some $988,000 in 2016.


Student publishes first book using eye-gaze driven technology

Kevin Enners has crossed many hurdles in his 21-year old life, but writing his first novella is the beginning for this Kennesaw State communications student. Unlike his KSU classmates, Enners must use special technology to assist him in his writing.


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