. Kate Wilkinson was so determined to attend New York University three years ago that she applied for early decision. The Added Option Of General Studies By SAMUEL WEISS Published: December 26, 2001. but instead received a letter informing her that she was being considered for the university's General Studies Program, into which she was eventually accepted. About. The General Studies (GS) Program provides proactive support for students, allowing them an opportunity to matriculate and successfully obtain a science, egineering, humanities, and management based education.
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