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Academic Programs Abound One of the unique features of the University of Georgia is the variety of academic pro- grams available to the student. With thirteen schools and colleges at the University of Georgia, and hundreds of majors, a student can study almost any subject that interests him. Not only that, there are a variety of ways that a student can obtain cred- it. The most common way of com- pleting requirements for graduation is to attend regular day school. Some students, however, opt to go to night school because it is more convenient for them. A studies abroad program is avail- able where the student goes to a for- eign country and earns academic credit. Students can go abroad to study a foreign language, classics, or culture. The Division of Special Studies of- fers additional help in reading. Eng- lish, and mathematics for those stu- dents who need to develop these skills. The Division tional experiences growth; and group career-life planning success. Independent Study is offered in many subjects through the Center of also offers op- for individual experiences in and academic Continuing Education. Non-resi- dence credit is offered to students who successfully complete the re- quirements for the class they are taking. Students have up to a year to complete requirements. For students who feel that they are knowledgeable enough in a par- ticular subject area, course challeng- ing is available. Students who chal- lenge courses receive resident credit for courses by examination without his having to attend the regular class. No matter how students go about receiving credit, the quality of the instruction is excellent. San ford Bridge, the link between North and South Cdnipiis. IS always crowded between classes. (LEFT. Photo by Sony a Nichol. ' ^on.) Melanie Ledford was crowned the 1983 Honieconiing Queen at halflime during the i ' GA vs. Temple game. (ABOVK. Photo by Paul Detwiler.) 6INTRODUCTION
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These two coeds have just returned from a downtown shopping trip. (LEFT. Photo by Paul Detwiler.) Students often meet between classes to dis- cuss things like what they did during the past weekend, or the test thev just failed. (ABOVE. Photo by Paul Detwiler) INTRODUCTION 5
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Sometimes ,you just need n little privacy when yoLi ' re on the phone, but out in the hall of vour dorm ig usually not the place to find it. (LEFT. Photo by .^loiiya Nicha Nicholson.) The arches, located on Broad Street, have been the mam entrance to UGA for almost 200 years, and have been the traditional sym- bol repre. ' :cnting our school. (BELOW. Photo bv Bob BoldenJ INTRODUCTION 7
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