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UNG is preparing for $5 million loss in state funding. Here’s what that could mean
The University of North Georgia could lose $3.5 million from its budget, which could mean layoffs. - photo by By Scott Rogers
The University of North Georgia is bracing for a $5 million loss in state funding next year due to a decline in student enrollment, which means vacancies would be left unfilled and faculty would likely be laid off.