Georgia Daze

In the fall of 2004, three African Americans founded Georgia Daze at the University of Georgia. Georgia Daze is a residential weekend visitation program for high school seniors that have been admitted to the UGA. This program aims to encourage talented, historically underrepresented students to enroll at the University of Georgia. During this weekend prospective students are exposed to classes, faculty, campus leaders, University Housing, Student Affairs, special opportunities, dining halls, and the many extracurricular activities that the University of Georgia has to offer.

For more information about Georgia Daze, please visit: http://www.wix.com/gadaze/organization. Once on campus, Georgia Daze is a student program where our students find community, engagement, and friendships once they arrive to UGA. They also help to recruit more students to the University of Georgia.

If you have any questions, please contact Vanessa Smith and Stephanie Solis Artavia in the Office of Institutional Diversity at 706-583-8195 .