Complete the 4 steps that follow to apply.
1. Check Dates and Deadlines
All application materials must be submitted by the dates below for each semester.
Fall Semester – May 3
Spring Semester – Nov. 2
Summer Semester – April 1
Application and document deadlines may be extended by the vice president of Enrollment Management Services in consultation with others, if conditions warrant. The Admissions office will communicate date changes to prospective students via the GGC website and other communications. Deadlines falling on the weekend will be the next business day.
2. Create Grizzly Profile to Apply Online
Create your Grizzly Profile to apply online, manage your progress and submit the required $30 application fee (Dual Enrollment exempted from application fee). Completing your profile also connects you to your admissions counselor, and offers a personalized application experience, helpful tips and reminders, status updates, and invitations to exclusive events. View Admissions introduction video.Apply Online
3. Review Admission Requirements
Manage submissions and approvals by monitoring email and your online Grizzly Profile account.
International Student Admission
Grade Point Average (GPA) Requirement
Freshman GPA Requirement
- Meet the minimum 2.00 high school GPA, and
- Submit SAT, ACT or ACCUPLACER test scores or other qualifying documentation. For more information, see freshmen admission.
Transfer GPA Requirement
- Meet the minimum cumulative 2.00 GPA from all previously attended colleges/universities.
- Must be eligible to re-enroll at the last institution attended.
Proof of English Proficiency Requirement
Completion of a test of English language proficiency is required of all non-native English speaking applicants. Please refer to the English Proficiency Chart from the University System of Georgia for approved exams and other approved evaluations of English.
- Georgia Gwinnett College’s required minimum score for TOEFL IBT is 74 and IELTS is 6.
Applicants may be waived of the English proficiency requirement if their ACCUPLACER scores place them into college-level English with no required co-requisite.
- Required minimum scores for Next Gen ACCUPLACER: Reading Comprehension 237 | Writeplacer 4
Transfer students with completion of the equivalent of English 1101 or 1102 with a grade of “C” or better from a U.S. regionally accredited college or university may be waived of the English proficiency requirement.Remote ACCUPLACER Testing
Transcript Documentation Requirement
Submit official transcripts from high school and/or all college(s) attended.
All international high school credentials must be evaluated by GGC's International Admissions, or if using an independent evaluation agency, by a NACES member agency or InCred*. For an evaluation by GGC's International Admissions, international applicants may submit official high school transcripts and certificates or diplomas. All documents must be in English or accompanied by a certified English translation.
High school transcripts/evaluations are not required for students with 30 or more transferable college credits.
For post-secondary/university level coursework completed outside of the United States, applicants are required to submit a course-by-course evaluation through a NACES member evaluation agency or by InCred*. Some international high school coursework and/or examinations may be evaluated as college credit and would require a course-by-course evaluation.
*If you were recruited as a varsity intercollegiate student athlete to participate in GGC's athletic program, please submit an InCred credential evaluation of your foreign credentials. For more information, please contact email@example.com.
4. Admitted Students
Requirements for Accepted International Students
All accepted students must satisfy immunization verification requirements.
Proof of Financial Resources
F-1 international students must verify that either the student or his/her sponsor has the necessary funds to pay for tuition and living expenses while the student is enrolled at GGC. Please review the estimated cost of attendance for the academic year.
An original bank statement or bank letter on bank letterhead showing available liquid balance to cover the student’s expenses for one academic year is required. The bank letter should include the signature of the bank official and/or bank stamp, account number, the currency of the funds, bank official's contact information including telephone number, address and/or email address. Financial documents must be written in English or a certified English translation must be attached.
If a student has a sponsor, a signed Affidavit of Financial Support (PDF) is also required.
After receiving an admission decision, new students will be provided with instructions for submitting their proof of financial resources.