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Born and raised in Carrollton, Ga., Colton Campbell has always been a writer. After graduating with a degree in journalism from Auburn University in 2011, he served for more than five years in the trenches of print journalism before starting a career as communications specialist in higher education. In his current role at the University of West Georgia, Colton covers the Richards College of Business, facilitates presidential communication and manages media relations. In his spare time, he enjoys working through Stephen King’s bibliography, playing board games with his wife and taking care of their two dogs.

M.D. to MBA Allergist earns business degree at UWG

After more than a decade of post-secondary education, Dr. Faria Khan decided she wanted just one more thing: another degree. In 2001, she graduated from...

The University of West Georgia has been named a Tree Campus...

To obtain the distinction from the Arbor Day Foundation, UWG met the five core standards for an effective campus forestry management. James Hembree, landscape...

Community Valuing Community UWG’s CDI Earns $10K Walmart Grant

The University of West Georgia will launch an initiative aimed to make the campus and community at large even more welcoming and inclusive, thanks...

‘A space of tomorrow’ New Richards College of Business building enters...

Gov. Nathan Deal has approved $1.7 million in planning and design funding for the new building that will house the Richards College of Business...

Visionary Laura Richards Receives Honorary UWG Degree

Laura Richards knows a journey of 18 miles begins with a single step. And a vision. As founder and chairwoman of the Friends of Carrollton...

Spring Commencement 2018 UWG confers record number of degrees

A record number of University of West Georgia students graduated Thursday, but Student Government Association President Joshua Lester challenged them to not let graduation...

UWG recognizes 100 students, programs during Student Achievement Awards

The University of West Georgia rolled out the blue carpet last week, recognizing more than 100 students who have served as leaders on campus...

Tuition won’t increase for UWG students next year

University of West Georgia students will pay the same tuition for the 2018-19 academic year as the current year, with tuition rates set for...

Finding a job is less work UWG economist forecasts optimism on...

When University of West Georgia graduates turn their tassels on May 10, they’ll enter a stronger job market than those before them in the...

UWG Honors College hosts Scholars’ Day

By Colton Campbell and Cassady Thompson Following a tradition with more than 50 years of history, the University of West Georgia Honors College recently recognized...