For the summer 2021 semester, the University of North Georgia (UNG) awarded 540 degrees and 17 certificates to graduates. More than 430 participated in the summer 2021 commencement ceremonies on Aug. 6 at the Convocation Center on UNG's Dahlonega Campus. The ceremonies marked a return to the traditional commencement event with a keynote speaker.

  • Vincent Van, Hoschton, GA, Bachelor of Science - Biology.
  • Ariston Toms, Hoschton, GA, Associate of Arts - Business Administration Pathway.
  • Allen Bryan, Jefferson, GA, Associate of Arts - Business Administration Pathway.
  • Sonja Halder, Pendergrass, GA, Associate of Arts - Business Administration Pathway.
  • Erica Hooper, Pendergrass, GA, Bachelor of Business Adminstration - Marketing and Associate of Arts in Business Administration Pathway.
  • Grace Chancey, Athens, GA, Associate of Science - Clinical Health Science Pathway. Distinction
  • Luz Adame, Braselton, GA, Associate of Science - Clinical Health Science Pathway.
  • Jordan Puckett, Jefferson, GA, Bachelor of Arts - Communication. Cum Laude
  • Kyle Johnson, Hoschton, GA, Bachelor of Science - Computer Science. Magna Cum Laude
  • Frank LaDue, Jefferson, GA, Bachelor of Science - Criminal Justice with Forensics concentration and Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity.
  • Hannah Tolbert, Jefferson, GA, Bachelor of Arts - Digital Arts.
  • Makayla Watson, Jefferson, GA, Associate of Science - Early Childhood Education Pathway.
  • Justin Sims, Jefferson, GA, Associate of Science - Engineering Pathway. Distinction
  • Andrew Covey, Braselton, GA, Bachelor of Business Adminstration - Finance.
  • Matthew Gowder, Braselton, GA, Bachelor of Business Adminstration - Finance. Cum Laude
  • Hilton Howe, Braselton, GA, Associate of Arts - General Studies.
  • Alex Ward, Braselton, GA, Associate of Arts - General Studies.
  • Trevor Johnson, Commerce, GA, Bachelor of Arts - History.
  • Garrett Catanach, Jefferson, GA, Associate of Arts - History Pathway. Distinction
  • Lindsey Coles, Jefferson, GA, Bachelor of Science - Human Services Delivery & Administration. Cum Laude
  • Gibson Phillips, Hoschton, GA, Bachelor of Business Adminstration - Information Systems.
  • Vang Xiong, Jefferson, GA, Bachelor of Business Adminstration - Information Systems.
  • Megan Bristol, Braselton, GA, Bachelor of Science - Interdisciplinary Studies.
  • Adriana Guzman, Jefferson, GA, Bachelor of Science - Interdisciplinary Studies.
  • Elizabeth Woodson, Pendergrass, GA, Bachelor of Science - Interdisciplinary Studies.
  • Jimmy Lee, Braselton, GA, Bachelor of Science - Kinesiology/Health & Fitness.
  • Caleb Brooks, Commerce, GA, Bachelor of Science - Kinesiology/Health & Fitness.
  • Cassandra McCullough, Hoschton, GA, Bachelor of Science - Kinesiology/Health & Fitness.
  • Joshua Wortel, Pendergrass, GA, Bachelor of Science - Kinesiology/Health & Fitness. Cum Laude
  • Joshua Burgess, Braselton, GA, Bachelor of Business Adminstration - Management.
  • Helen Tarrant, Braselton, GA, Bachelor of Business Adminstration - Marketing.
  • Matthew Hamilton, Braselton, GA, Bachelor of Science - Mathematics and Associate of Science in Mathematics Pathway.
  • Lizbeth Arellano-Rodriguez, Commerce, GA, Bachelor of Arts - Modern Languages - Spanish for Business.
  • Callie Brock, Nicholson, GA, Bachelor of Science - Psychology.
  • Makenzie Greene, Jefferson, GA, Associate of Arts - Social Work Pathway. Distinction
  • Abigail Kles, Jefferson, GA, Advanced Certificate - Tier I Leadership & Administration.

Positioned in the fastest-growing region of the state, the University of North Georgia comprises five 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 more than 20,000 students, the University of North Georgia is one of the state's largest public universities. The university offers more than 100 programs of study ranging from certificate and associate degrees to professional doctoral programs.

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