Freshman (BOR Student Affairs Policy 184.108.40.206)
A student who is still completing a high school education, or has received a high school diploma and has not taken college or university courses, or those who plan to transfer to a four-year institution to pursue a baccalaureate degree, is considered a freshman for purposes of admission to East Georgia State College. Applicants transferring into EGSC with less than 30 hours of transferable college credit will be required to meet freshmen requirements to be guaranteed admission.
Pay the non-refundable $20 application fee online or submit an acceptable waiver.
We accept official application fee waivers from College Board, ACT, and NACAC. Your guidance counselor can provide the ACT and NACAC waiver or you can click here to print your SAT waiver from CollegeBoard.
Have your guidance counselor send us your official high school transcript.
East Georgia State College accepts mailed, emailed, or e-transcripts that come directly from the high school. *Faxes are accepted, but they are considered unofficial. To process transcripts, we must recalculate your GPA based on the Required High School Curriculum (as mandated by University System of Georgia policy), so it may appear lower than you originally anticipated because we do not factor in classes like art, PE, theater, etc. East Georgia State does not add or remove weight for accelerated courses.
Submit your senior schedule.
If you are still enrolled in high school, we will need to review all courses you are taking during your Senior year of high school to be sure you are on track to graduate. Typically this will be included on your high school transcript, if it is not simply have your counselor send that information to our office. The HSGPA is calculated only on the Required High School Curriculum (RHSC) units required for all students.
Provide Verification of Lawful Presence in the United States.
Applicants must provide evidence of lawful presence in the United States to qualify for in-state tuition classification. *Students who are International or are considered undocumented must submit a Lawful Presence Opt-Out form verifying that they understand they will be charged out of state tuition.
Submit valid SAT/ACT test scores or take the Accuplacer exam
Test scores are not required for acceptance, however all applicants are asked to submit any and all test scores they may have in order to determine placement or exemption in Learning Support courses. Placement or exemption in Learning Support courses are based on the highest test scores that we receive and must be in the same test (Accuplacer, SAT, or ACT). (SAT Code - 5200, ACT Code - 0799)
SAT/ACT Test Scores Required to Exempt Learning Support Corequisite Courses
|old SAT (Code: 5200)||new SAT (Code: 5200)||ACT (Code: 0799)|
|430 Critical Reading||480 Reading Test||17 English|
*470 to take Math 1111
*530 to take Math 1113
440 Math Section
*510 to take MATH 1111
*560 to take Math 1113
*20 to take MATH 1111
*23 to take Math 1113
*26 to take Math 1540
|Test dates January 2016 and prior||Test dates March 2016 to present|
For more information on exempting Accuplacer scores and placement, visit our Accuplacer Scores and Placement page. If you graduated from high school five or more years prior to your intended enrollment date, you are considered a non-traditional student. To learn more, visit our Non-Traditional Students page.
Provide proof of current Immunizations as well as the EGSC Medical Entrance Form.
Request transcripts from previous colleges/technical institutions.
If you were previously Dual Enrolled while enrolled in high school, you must also submit transcripts from any and ALL previous colleges/technical institutions.
Check your status online.
This status will reflect whatever we have in our records at that exact moment. You will be aware of our admissions decision as soon as it is made without having to wait for an admissions letter.
If you graduated from high school five or more years prior to your intended enrollment date, you are considered a non-traditional student. To learn more, visit our Non-Traditional Students page.