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Freshman Admission Requirements

Fall 2017, Spring 2018, and Summer 2018 Entry Terms

Test Score Requirements (ACT or SAT)

Old SAT Redesigned SAT (March 2016 and beyond) ACT
Critical Reading minimum: 440 Reading Test minimum: 24 English minimum: 18
Math minimum: 410 Math Test minimum: 22 Math minimum: 18
Combined score minimum: 900 Total score minimum: 980 (Evidence-based Reading & Writing + Math) Composite minimum: 19

 

High School GPA & Core Course Requirements

In addition to meeting the above admission criteria, applicants graduating or who would have graduated from high school within the past five years must meet the requirements of the freshman index of 2130 of the Board of Regents. 

If you have attempted any college credits during high school, you will need to submit official college transcripts and meet our transfer admission GPA requirement. 

Fall 2018 and Later Entry Terms

The New Georgia Southern University

Test Score Requirements (ACT or SAT)

Redesigned SAT (March 2016 and beyond) ACT
Reading Test minimum: 24 English minimum: 17
Math Test minimum: 22 Math minimum: 17
Total score minimum: 1030 (Evidence-based Reading & Writing + Math) Composite minimum: 20
We will superscore the highest EBRW and Math scores to create the highest possible total. We will use the single highest Composite score. We do not recalculate Composite scores based on multiple testings.

 

High School GPA & Core Course Requirements

In addition to meeting the above admission criteria, applicants graduating or who would have graduated from high school within the past five years must meet the requirements of the freshman index of 2130 of the Board of Regents. 

If you have attempted any college credits during high school, you will need to submit official college transcripts and meet our transfer admission GPA requirement. 

Eagle Incentive Program*

The Eagle Incentive Program (EIP) is designed for select students who are not admitted for fall term based on above test scores. These students begin classes in the summer, gaining access to campus resources and support to assist in their transition to college. Students live on campus with other participants, creating an engaged community with opportunities for success. Students are automatically reviewed for the EIP program when their file is reviewed for fall 2018 acceptance.

Requirements of the Eagle Incentive Program for Summer 2018

*The information regarding the Eagle Incentive Program (EIP) is subject to change as the University reviews the program structure for 2018 and beyond.

Freshman Admissions Checklist

Important Deadlines

Deadlines for Semester Spring 2018 Summer 2018 Fall 2018
Freshman Priority Application Deadline n/a n/a December 15
Application and Document Deadline December 1 April 15 July 15
Mini-mester Deadline February 15 June 14 September 21
FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) Priority Deadline August 3 March 1 March 15

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