The Honors Program is designed for intellectually talented and motivated students.
We provide small sections of core curriculum classes, lunch and dinner seminars, book discussions, and other academic and cultural events.
We have offices and a student lounge in Terrell Hall, and student accommodations, classrooms, study rooms and a common room in Bell Hall – the only residential hall on the college's historic Front Campus.
We provide students with an intellectually challenging and rewarding academic experience, which will allow them to stretch their minds, craft unique records of experience and accomplishment and achieve their longer term academic and professional goals.
215 Terrell Hall
Campus Box 29
Milledgeville, GA 31061-0490
ABOUT GEORGIA COLLEGE: Georgia College, the state's designated Public Liberal Arts University, combines the educational experience expected at esteemed private liberal arts colleges with the affordability of public higher education. Its four colleges – arts and sciences, business, education and health sciences – provide 6,600 undergraduate and graduate students with an exceptional learning environment that extends beyond the classroom, with hands-on involvement with faculty research, community service, residential learning communities, study abroad and myriad internships.
CONGRATULATIONS TO. . .
Alice Crawford ('15) co-author of “McDonalds: A Glocalization Case Study” published this summer in The Journal of Global Business Issues. Alice did the initial research for this paper as an Honors Option project, which she then presented and won a prize for at the 2013 Georgia Collegiate Honors Council Annual Meeting. ("Glocalization" is not a typo!)
Kate Benson who has accepted a position with Teach for America in Dallas/Fort Worth, Savanna Ziegler who will be working as an RN in pediatric oncology at Children's Healthcare in Atlanta, Lindsay Yates who has been accepted into dental school at GRU, and Carly Grayson who will be working on an MS in occupational therapy at GRU.
Amielle Burch, recipient of the inaugural Russell Library Undergraduate Research Award, in the first/second year category, for 2014-15. Amielle conducted research on ethical and social challenges associated with transhumanism in Dr. Gower's Global Challenges class.
Lauren Bensman who has accepted an internship at PBS in Chattanooga, Melissa Cobb who has accepted an internship with Young Adult Volunteers, Rachel Jorgensen who will be interning at Children's Healthcare in Atlanta, and Kevin Morris who has a summer internship at the Georgia Ports Authority in Savannah.
Ashlyn Burch who has been accepted to UAB's Ph.D. program in physics.
Maria Bermudez and Alyssa Scarboro who presented papers at the 11th Annual North Georgia Philosophy Conference, and also to Mikaela LaFave who presented a paper at the COPLAC Southeast Regional Undergraduate Research Conference in Asheville, NC.
Cullen Wallace and Alaina Totten on their acceptance to PhD programs in economics; Cullen at FSU, Alaina at Georgia Tech.
Emilee Hart and Melissa Bryan on their acceptance to the DPT program at Georgia Regents University.
Haley Branan, Alexander Cline, Mikaela LaFave, Grace London, and Teddi Strassburger who presented papers at the Southern Region Collegiate Honors Council Annual Meeting in Greenville, SC.
Amielle Burch, Carrie Cooper, Hillary Hunnings, Jennifer O'Neill, and Teddi Strassburger who presented papers at the Georgia Collegiate Honors Council Annual Meeting in Americus, GA.
David Robeson on his acceptance to Auburn University's PhD program in chemistry. David was also voted Georgia College's Homecoming King for 2015!
Kirsten Morris on her acceptance to the California State University's Channel Islands' Summer Mathematics REU program. Kirsten will be part of a team studying matrix solutions for matrix equations.
Kevin Morris, Alaina Totten, and Cullen Wallace who presented research at the Academy of Economics and Finace in Jacksonville, FL.
Ashlyn Burch and Cristalei Polk who did poster presentations at the Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics at Duke University . Ashyn's poster was entitled, "Silicon Strip Detector Research and Development for the LHC (Large Hadron Collider)" and Cristalei's poster was entitled, "Atomic Molecular Optics Laboratory."
Mary Eve Spirou who presented her paper, "The Political Voice of Women in the Georgia General Assembly” at the Southern Political Science Association in New Orleans.