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Welcome to the Georgia State University Honors College
The Honors College offers talented and motivated undergraduate students the experience of a highly selective small college combined with the breadth of programs and opportunities of a large public research university in the heart of Atlanta.
Our Honors College has numerous scholarship opportunities waiting for you.
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Explore the uncommon path available to you through the Georgia State University Honors College. Things are different here—and that’s a good thing. We’re dedicated to giving you the opportunities you need to prepare you for a lifetime of leadership and achievement. Georgia State is a campus without boundaries in the heart of Atlanta, a dynamic city that is home to major corporations, state and city government, and national and regional non-profit organizations. In addition to taking advantage of all the campus offers, Honors students here are just a few blocks away from practical experiences in the professional world that prepare them for life after college.
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