Three Medical College of Georgia students 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.READ MORE
Our most important initiative to help more Georgians further their education is Complete College Georgia. A major part of this effort is the “Go Back. Move Ahead.” campaign. “Go Back. Move Ahead.” is designed to help the more than one million Georgians who have completed some college to return and finish their degrees.
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.
USG faculty members received the Felton Jenkins Jr. Faculty Award at the Regents’ Scholarship Gala where more than $1million was raised to provide needs-based scholarships for USG students.
The 2015 Elridge McMillan Lifetime Achievement Award was given posthumously to former Gov. Carl E. Sanders. His wife Betty accepted the award from Gov. Nathan Deal while her family and USG Foundation representatives looked on.
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Georgia Alliance of Education Agency Heads
The Alliance of Education Agency Heads strengthens collaborations to achieve Georgia's education priorities.
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