Transfer Admissions Requirements
Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. In reviewing applications, the GC Office of Admissions uses a holistic admissions process. This process not only exams the students’ academic record but also takes into consideration the competencies and experiences (full spectrum) of an applicant. Therefore meeting the minimum admission requirement does not guarantee acceptance. All transfer applicants must:
- Have earned 30 or more transferable semester credit hours (45 transferable quarter hours) from a regionally accredited college/university
- Graduate from high school at least 12 months prior to the start of their first term at Georgia College
- Have a minimum cumulative 2.5 grade point average or higher in college level courses. (Excluding learning support, developmental and remedial courses)
- Have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.75 or higher to be considered for admission to the Generic Nursing or Athletic Training programs.
- Meet the grade point average requirement established by academic programs that have a separate admissions process.
- Be in good academic standing and eligible to re-enroll with their last institution.
- Submit original international transcripts for courses taken in other countries
Freshman-Transfer applicants are students who have earned less than 30 semester hours of transferable college credits from an accredited institution and have graduated from high school at least 12 months prior to the first term at Georgia College.
(Note: 30 semester hours required does not include dual enrollment hours, IB, AP, CLEP. These credits will be taking into consideration at a later time.)
Applicants must meet the admission requirement for a freshman in addition to the transfer admission requirements. The applicant will need to submit the following:
- Application with application fee ($35 Online) ($40 Paper)
- Complete online application
- Final high school transcript
- SAT or ACT scores
- Personal Essay
- Transcript from any/all college, university or technical institution attended
Non traditional freshman are students who have less than 30 transferable semester/quarter hours and has been out of high school at least five years and whose high school class graduated at least five years ago. The applicant will need to submit the following:
- Accredited High School Diploma or GED
- Compass Test Scores
- or ACT/SAT score no older than 7 years
- Transcripts from any college/university/technical institution previously attended.
Applications are reviewed once a file becomes complete meaning all required documentation has been received by the Georgia College Admissions Office.
Fall: July 1
Spring: November 1
Maymester: April 1
Summer: May 1
Summer includes June and July sessions.
PROGRAM APPLICATION DEADLINES
Some programs have separate and competitive admissions applications procedures beyond admission to Georgia College. To determine whether your program of study has a specific deadline requirement beyond the regular admission requirements, visit the appropriate website.