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Without its Admissions Office, the University of West Georgia wouldn’t last long. Students, the lifeblood of the campus, depend on the hardworking admissions professionals to determine whether they will be a good match with UWG. The Admissions Office is often the first contact that prospective students and parents have with the university. What visitors may not realize is that many of the dedicated individuals helping them are graduate students. This semester, five students from the College Student Affairs master degree program are helping students “Go West.” “The graduate students have had a tremendous impact on the Admissions Office in the past year, not only with their contribution to the overall functioning and productivity of the Admissions Office, but also in allowing another tier of leadership in the Admissions Office for our growing student leadership program and curriculum,” says Ketty Ballard, associate director of Admissions.Read More...