Each year, Georgia State admits the top five to seven percent of freshmen applicants into its Honors College. Within an urban research university of more than 53,000 students, the Honors College truly stands out for its ability to offer a more intimate experience of higher education without compromising our students’ access to world-class opportunities. 568 more words
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