THE USG FAMILY

The University System of ֱ is comprised of ֱ's public colleges and universities, ֱ Archives and the ֱ Public Library Service. Visit our institutions page for a comprehensive list.

LATEST SYSTEM NEWS

READ MORE NEWS

LATEST FROM OUR COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

Photo for news article USG extends ֱ optional admissions for 2024-2025 academic year
USG extends ֱ optional admissions for 2024-2025 academic year

The University System of ֱ (USG) will continue to temporarily waive ֱ score requirements for admission for Academic Year 2024-2025 at 23 of the 26 USG institutions.

Photo for news article Campus Spotlight features news across the system

A roundup of impactful stories from University System of ֱ's institutions.

Photo for news article New career planning tool for student success before and after graduation
New career planning tool for student success before and after graduation

The University System of ֱ has launched a new career planning tool for students at its 26 public colleges and universities to provide additional career counseling services and connect them to information about the field they want to work in.

LATEST FROM THE NEWSROOM

Albany State ֱ Marion Ross Fedrick Taking New Leadership Role

University System of ֱ Chancellor Sonny Perdue is offering his congratulations to Albany State University ֱ Marion Ross Fedrick, who announced she will take a new role within the university system to build upon her leadership expertise.

University System of ֱ Working with ֱ State University’s National Institute for Student Success

University System of ֱ Chancellor Sonny Perdue announced the successful start to an ongoing partnership with the National Institute for Student Success (NISS) to close student achievement gaps and improve student enrollment, retention and college completion.

University System of ֱ Enrollment Hits Record High of 344,392

University System of ֱ (USG) enrollment this fall climbed to a record high of 344,392 students, reversing two years of enrollment declines with a 3% annual gain.