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Due to impacts from COVID-19, East Georgia State College will host virtual orientation programs for Spring, Summer and Fall 2021. For up-to-date information about the college’s COVID-19 response, please visit ega.edu/covid19. Accepted students will receive Orientation information in their myEGSC student email with further instructions.
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You have begun your journey to officially becoming an East Georgia State College student! It is our job, and our passion, to ease the transition to EGSC for both you and your family. We also want to make sure you receive adequate preparation for the academic and social life that awaits you as a college student. We will assist you throughout orientation, registration, advisement, housing options, and move-in for on-campus students. We have a staff of professionals and current faculty that work together to make certain that your transition into college life is as smooth as possible.
The P.A.W.S. (Preparing, Advising, and Welcoming Students) Orientation program is a mandatory program for all new EGSC Freshman and Transfer students. The program provides students and their families with a more informed understanding of resources, policies, and new student expectations. Key elements include informational sessions for students and parents, a group academic advisement session sorted by majors, and course registration. Attending orientation is a crucial step as you transition from high school, another college or university, the military or work. Because we consider this information vital to your academic success, all first-year students to EGSC are required to complete the online Orientation.
In order to make your entrance into East Georgia State College as smooth as possible, please review the accepted student checklist here. Make sure that you have completed as many items as possible on the checklist to prevent any issues at Orientation or holds preventing registration on your account.
ALL new incoming students are required to complete the Virtual New Student Orientation process (watch presentation and submit pre-registration survey) to be eligible to register for classes. Orientation is mandatory for all new students and it is required in order to register for classes as a hold is placed on the student account preventing registration until these have been completed. Once you have watched the presentation, you can click the link to submit your pre-registration survey. Advisors will use this to get you registered for courses. Furthermore, for your added benefit please review the Orientation booklet.