MGA’s New Summer Scholars Program Gives Incoming Freshmen an Early Start

This summer, Middle Georgia State University gets surreal.

Thanks to a new Summer Scholars Program, entering freshmen and dual enrolled students can earn six hours of college core course credit through a high-impact experience that includes explorations of Georgia sites with the air of mystique about them, including the city of Savannah, Ocmulgee National Monument in Macon, and the grounds of the old Central State Hospital in Milledgeville.

The summer program’s theme is “Exploring the Georgia Surreal.” Through a combination of online study, face-to-face instruction, and site visits from late May through late July, students will examine why Georgia artists often infuse their work with the mythic, mystic, or mysterious and how history has affected the landscape, the people, and the culture.

To learn more about this MGA opportunity click here.