University of North Georgia
UNG Through a Dual Enrollment Student's Eyes
The University of North Georgia has a wide selection of eCore and Dual Enrollment courses for high schoolers. Being able to participate in dual enrollment courses has allowed me to expand into college courses from an early start.
The curriculum for UNGs eCore classes is very rigorous. With assignments every week and no in-person learning, it is much more difficult than expected. Thankfully, there are many study opportunities with other students on campus as well as chances to ask professors questions even without being in their class.
I have taken my ACT twice now. The first time I took the ACT, I only scored a 25 due to multiple forms of distraction in the room. I felt as though I needed to push myself and retook the ACT to score a 29 my second time. I have taken 4 Advanced Placement tests. Two of the tests I have taken are AP Biology and AP Psych both of which I scored a 4 on.
The exam structure is pretty basic but structured neatly. All exams are within a 1-week span which may seem stressful, but it always runs smoothly. With certain courses having exams online instead of in person, it makes it easier to structure the exams in an easygoing fashion.
The faculty at UNG is always in a cheerful mood which rubs off on everyone else. They are there for you, and to help you reach your goals in the most efficient and affordable way possible.
With being a dual enrollment student, fees are covered for anyone who takes online or in-person classes at UNG.
Monthly Expense : $1500 - $2500