In the fall of 2004, three African Americans founded GA Daze at the University of Georgia. GA Daze is a residential weekend visitation program for high school seniors that have been admitted to UGA. This program was created to encourage talented, historically underrepresented students to seriously consider enrolling at the University of Georgia to continue their education. During this weekend prospective students are exposed to classes, faculty, leading members of the student body, housing, Intercultural Affairs, dining halls, and the many extracurricular activities that the University of Georgia has to offer.
For more information about GA Daze, please visit: http://www.wix.com/gadaze/organization.