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Identity Abroad Resources

Prepare before you go! Life abroad can be very different than life at UNG and may require some adjustment. Use the resources below to prepare before you go.

Cultural Adjustment
Faith & Religion
Race & Ethnicity
General Resources

Students with Disabilities

Health & Safety Resources

The health and safety of students, faculty, and staff is of the utmost importance. UNG regularly monitors and evaluates conditions that may impact student, faculty, and staff travel. CGE takes into consideration information from the following sources:
  • State Department Travel Advisories – UNG generally prohibits UNG students/faculty/staff to travel to countries with a Level 3 or Level 4 Travel Advisory in place.
  • CDC Travel Health Notices
  • Information from partner institutions & local contacts
  • Security information from partners and risk management firms
  • UNG Emergency Response Team

Sharing Your Experience

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Apply To Be a Roaming Nighthawk!
Want to share your education abroad journey and inspire future Nighthawks to follow in your footsteps? Become a Roaming Nighthawk during your time abroad and contribute content to the Center for Global Engagement’s social media channels!
Benefits of being a Roaming Nighthawk:
  • Build your resume and creative portfolio for professional endeavors through the content you create.
  • Increase the exposure of your content and online footprint.
  • Record your experience in a unique way that will give future students insight into education abroad and will allow you to engage with your own education abroad more fully.
  • Receive a letter of recommendation speaking to the quality of your content and the skills you’ve demonstrated as a Roaming Nighthawk.

Global Nighthawks
Apply To Be a Global Nighthawk!
The Global Nighthawk Program is a CGE peer advising program created to facilitate support and encouragement for prospective study abroad students. Global Nighthawks are resources for students applying to study abroad, and can provide assistance throughout the initial inquiry and application processes. Global Nighthawks answer questions and provide assistance by participating in outreach and recruitment activities.
Questions on how to apply? Contact


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The Center for Global Engagement is committed to providing international experiences to all students, and we are happy to provide you the application in a different format. Please email us to request this application in a different format.