“By providing a unique pathway to high-quality higher education, USG has increased access to highly sought after programs for thousands of local students who may not have been able to pursue their academic dreams otherwise,” said Stewart Edelstein, Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, University System of Maryland and Executive Director at USG. “We look forward to USG’s bright future and achieving the goals of adding new programs, constructing a fourth academic building and enrolling 5,000 students by 2015.”
“By opening more doors to excellent and affordable educational opportunities supported by top faculty and administrators, USG is a vital component of the University System of Maryland’s efforts to meet our state’s educational and workforce needs,” said Chancellor William E. Kirwan, University System of Maryland.
Along with a detailed timeline of the campus’s growth during the past 10 years, the Report also outlines student statistics and the personal, compelling stories behind those students; the significance of student scholarships at USG; USG’s commitment to sustainability and the community; the unique USG partnerships that occur with the direction of the USG Board of Advisors; USG’s meeting the region’s workforce needs; and the future of USG.
The full Report to the Community is available for downloading at www.shadygrove.umd.edu/news/2933