The Honors Program is designed for intellectually talented and motivated students.
We provide small sections of core curriculum classes, multidisciplinary colloquiums, 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. . .
Lori Berry who received an Honors research travel grant to present a paper, co-authored with Dr. Sam Mutiti, entitled, "Nutrients and Isotopes as Tracers in Understanding Water Surface..." at the Geological Society of America's Southeastern Regional Conference in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Kevin Morris who received an Honorable Mention for his work on the Economic Affairs Council at the Southeastern Model Arab League competition at Converse College in Spartanburg, SC.
Lori Berry who won best Earth and Atmospheric Sciences section student presentation at the 2013 Georgia Academy of Sciences Annual Meeting in Valdosta, GA.
Anne Zimmerman who has been selected to participate in an NSF-funded summer research experience for undergraduates internship at the Danforth Plant Science Center in St. Louis, MO.
Lori Berry for her paper entitled, "Retired Agricultural Site's Impact on Groundwater and Surface Water Quality" presented at the 2012 Geological Society of America's Annual Fall National Meeting in Charlotte, NC.
Rujeko Chinomona who received an Honors research travel grant to co-present a paper entitled, "Cooling of Rb-85 Atoms to Ultracool Temperatures Using Lasers" at the 2012 Women in Physics annual meeting in Lincoln, NE.
Anna Fontaine who received an Honors research travel grant to present her design work for Sarah Ruhl's Eurydice and who won first place in the Design Competition at the 2012 Georgia Theatre Conference in Americus, GA
Former Honors director, Dr. Doris Moody, who received the 2012 Hemphill-Sallstrom Faculty Award.
Krissy Anderson, Lauren Darrow, Sophia Markowich, Oluwaseun Oyewole, Jim McPhail, and Amelia Zuver who were selected for the prestigious GEM leadership program.
Katie Ragan whose article, "The Public Health Impact of HPV Vaccinations," was published in The Corinthian (2012).
Honors alum Lisa Baer ('11). Lisa has been awarded a U.S. Student Fulbright Scholarship to teach English in Mongolia!
Will Maimo for being selected as GC's nominee for the prestigious Phi Kappa Phi Graduate Fellowship.
Krissy Anderson for being awarded the Phi Kappa Phi Therry Deal Scholarship.
Victoria Perret who received an Honors research travel grant to co-present a paper at the 2012 Georgia Psychological Society meeting in Valdosta.
Candra Clason, awarded an Honors research travel grant to present two research posters at the 2012 Society of Personality and Social Psychology conference in San Diego.
Hannah Sadowski, selected as GC's 2012 Academic Recognition Day student. This is the highest honors that a graduating senior can receive!
Lori Berry and Hannah Sadowski, awarded Honors research travel grants to present papers at the 2011 American Geophysical Union annual meeting in San Francisco.
James Bridgeforth, Elizabeth Bryant, Candra Clason, Sarah Crile, Sam Johnson, Will Maimo, Lauren Paveo, and Rachel Zechiel who were selected for the GEM program, 2011-12.
Allison Barfield who received a Certificate of Merit at the 2011 National Meeting of the American Chemical Society for research on water quality.
Honors freshmen Alex Cooper and Madison Powers who carried the Class of 2015 banner at convocation.
Hannah Sadowski on her Phi Kappa Phi travel-study grant to do research on the Turks and Caicos Islands.
Sara Pierce whose article, "The Role of Gender and Learning Modality in Mathematical Problem-Solving, was published in The Corinthian (2011).
Katie Ragan on two health education articles, co-authored with Dr. Scott Butler (Health Sciences).