College student from Waynesboro honored as outstanding scholar

Albany State University President Everette Freeman, ASU Outstanding Scholar Viniecia Colley and Regina Golphin.
Albany State University President Everette Freeman, ASU Outstanding Scholar Viniecia Colley and Regina Golphin. (Photo from Albany State University)
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Thursday, March 28, 2013

AUGUSTA, Ga. (WRDW) -- A student from Waynesboro is one of 31 students across the state named as outstanding scholars by the University System of Georgia.

Viniecia Colley is a junior criminal justice student and attends Albany State University.

Colley is the mother to an 8-month-old, Terrance Smith Jr., who was born last summer. She was able to stay on track with her education by taking classes online.

"I am determined to succeed. After graduation, I plan to work in probation and parole. Ultimately, I'd like to own a private investigation firm,” said Colley in a news release.

Colley graduated from Burke County High School, ranking third in her graduating class.




 
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