This collaborative program between East Georgia State College and Georgia Southern University is designed to accommodate students in Statesboro and the surrounding area who do not meet freshman admissions requirements at Georgia Southern University.
Students who enroll at the Statesboro location get to experience the unique combination of East Georgia State College - Statesboro’s (EGSC-S) small, personalized academic learning environment and the large university student services and resources of Georgia Southern University (GS), while saving a lot of money.
In 2021, the Bobcat to Eagle (B2E) program was developed to provide an easy transfer pathway directly to Georgia Southern. EGSC students can take classes on the Statesboro campus, and following the completion of 30 credit hours in the program, those with a cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.5 or higher can opt to transfer into a bachelor’s degree program at GS. However, students that attend the Statesboro location are able to transfer to any other institution and are not required to be a part of the B2E program.
Do you plan to attend EGSC-Statesboro?
Have you already applied to East Georgia State College? If not, your first step is to apply and be sure your campus selection is EGSC-Statesboro.
If you previously applied to Georgia Southern University, please complete the Consent for Release of Information form. By completing this form, you are authorizing Georgia Southern University to release to East Georgia State College all admissions documentation you have submitted to Georgia Southern so that your admission process to East Georgia can be expedited.
If you have already applied, you can check your Admissions status to see if you have been accepted or if you are missing documentation.
Once you have been accepted, you will need to complete the Orientation process.
Each semester, meetings are held for students who are ready to transfer to Georgia Southern University. At these meetings, students are walked through the transfer process and are given important information regarding dates and deadlines, SOAR, financial aid, on-campus housing, and much more.