Strategic Plan News Releases
August 20, 2008
New Online Masters in Teaching
Great for Career-Changers
The Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia (USG) today approved an online graduate teaching degree that targets career-changers – people with bachelor’s degrees in mathematics, one of the sciences or in related fields who are ready to do something different – and also those already teaching who wish to add certification in mathematics or one of the sciences.
June 11, 2008
Regents Approve Plan for Payroll
The governing body of the University System of Georgia (USG) approved today a new “shared services” strategy that will provide administrators throughout the System’s 35 public colleges and universities with a new model to handle key business operations.
Regents Approve Name and Degrees
for the College of Coastal Georgia
The University System of Georgia’s (USG) newest state college now has a new name and a new mission statement, and proposed bachelor degree programs to support that mission, thanks to action today by the Board of Regents.
April 16, 2008
Regents Take Action on New Campus
Mission, International Education and Enrollment Growth
A new mission for one college, international education and population growth in metropolitan Atlanta may, at first glance, appear unrelated. But with its approval today of three separate proposals dealing with these issues, the University System of Georgia’s governing Board of Regents has put in motion efforts designed to support goals related to these areas in the board’s Strategic Plan.
March 19, 2008
Strategic Plan Website Launched
University System of Georgia (USG) officials have stepped up efforts to provide increased accountability for programs and actions through the launch of a new website that focuses on the system’s new Strategic Plan.
August 7, 2007
Regents Approve New Strategic Plan For University
What do you give yourself when you are 75? If you’re the University System of Georgia (USG) Board of Regents, you give yourself a plan of action that sets a course for Georgia’s public colleges and universities well into the future.