High school students from across the state will showcase their knowledge of international affairs and current events during the ninth annual Metro Atlanta Academic WorldQuest Feb. 7.
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all-day Fall 2015 Mini-Mester II Classes...
Fall 2015 Mini-Mester II Classes...
Oct 12 all-day
Fall 2015 Mini-Mester II Classes Begin http://registrar.gsu.edu/assistance/ Enrollment Services Center: 404-413-2600 In-Person: 227 Sparks Hall
11:30 am Study Abroad Scholarship Writing... @ College of Education and Human Development, room 598
Study Abroad Scholarship Writing... @ College of Education and Human Development, room 598
Oct 12 @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Going abroad this spring or summer? Laura Meyers from the Department of Early Childhood and Elementary Education and Stephen Murray from the university’s Study Abroad Programs office will host two study abroad scholarship sessions for students… more »
all-day Fall 2015 Full Semester Midpoint...
Fall 2015 Full Semester Midpoint...
Oct 13 all-day
Fall 2015 Full Semester Midpoint; Last Day to Withdraw Contact the University Advisement Center at advisement.gsu.edu or the Office of Academic Assistance in your college for details. Visit registrar.gsu.edu/registration/withdrawals for more details. http://registrar.gsu.edu/assistance/ Enrollment Services… more »
Posted On February 19, 2014 by Claire Miller
High school students from across the state will showcase their knowledge of current events and international affairs during this year’s Metro Atlanta Academic WorldQuest.