Mauger building toward future at UGA 

February, 14, 2013
ATHENS, Ga. -- Like every scholarship football player who arrives at Georgia, Quincy Mauger has big dreams about what he might become as an athlete. But he also has the good sense to formulate a backup plan.

The freshman safety, who enrolled at Georgia last month, didn’t come to Georgia to major in underwater basket weaving or another cake program where scholarship athletes often congregate. Mauger hopes to earn a degree in civil engineering from one of the newest degree programs within the UGA curriculum.

“It’s been nothing but fun. The teachers work with you 24/7, whenever you need the help. I just finished my second project, actually,” Mauger said before describing his work with a program called AutoCAD that allows engineering students to build 3D construction modules on their computers.
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