May 17, 2012
Students in Waycross College’s Minority Advising Program (MAP) were recently recognized at the program’s annual banquet on the WC campus. Among the award winners were L’rae Wiggs of Folkston (MAP Student of the Year), Alycia Vail of Waycross (Excellence and Leadership Award), Rebeca Vindas-Carter of Alma (Outstanding Minority Student), and Khadijah Barefield of Waycross (Most Valuable MAP Peer). Other recognitions were given to MAP Peers and to MAP students with a minimum 3.0 grade point average. Awards and recognitions were based on the students’ involvement in MAP as well as their academic and cocurricular achievements during the 2011-2012 academic year. MAP was established by the University System of Georgia in 1983 to enhance the academic welfare of minority students.
Waycross College has been a proud member of the University System of Georgia since the college’s founding in 1976.
Director of Development and Community Services