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Georgia College Advising Corps

Georgia Southern University | Psychology, Benjamin E. Mays High School
University of Georgia | Psychology , Social Circle High School
University of Georgia | Social Work, Atlanta Public Schools
Spelman College | Psychology, Mays High School
University of Georgia | Music, Rockdale County High School
University of Georgia | Economics, Eastside High School
SUNY Old Westbury | Childhood Education (1-6); World Cultures, North Atlanta High School
University of Georgia | History, Midtown High School
Emory University | Neuroscience and Behavioral Biology, Business- Organization and Management, Midtown High School
Louisiana State University | Sociology and Spanish, Maynard Holbrook Jackson High School
University of Georgia | Human Development and Family Science, Alcovy High School
University of Georgia | Asian Languages and Literature - Chinese and Korean Emphasis, Linguistics, Heritage High School
Missouri State University | Mathematics and Economics, Atlanta Classical Academy and Drew Charter School
University of Georgia | Political Science, Maynard Jackson High School
University of Georgia | Human Development and Family Science, Cedar Shoals High School
Georgia State University | Public Management and Policy, Benjamin E Mays High School
Clayton State University | Accounting, Stockbridge High School
Valdosta State University | Mass Media, Salem High School
University of Georgia | History, Clarke Central High School
Columbus State University | BS Kinesiology, Health & PE Non Cert, Newton High School
Georgia Southern University | Interdisciplinary Studies - Communications, Business, Graphic Design, Cairo High School
University of Georgia | International Affairs Minor in Leadership in Student Affairs, McDonough High School
Fort Valley State University | Social Work, Daniel McLaughlin Therrell High School
Georgia Southwestern State University | Long Term Care Management , BEST/CSK Academy

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