Admissions & Enrollment
The University System of Georgia (USG) offers students many options for continuing their education. Whether you are a soon-to-be or recent high school graduate, a current college student wishing to transfer, or a student who has been out of school for some time, the colleges and universities of the University System of Georgia can help you achieve your educational goals. The information provided on this page is designed to provide you with information and resources that will help you take the next step towards continuing your education.
Admission requirements are established to ensure students are prepared to succeed in college. The Board of Regents sets admission requirements for the groups of colleges and universities comprising the University System of Georgia. The colleges and universities may have additional requirements beyond those set by the System.
Board of Regents Admission Policy
Section 4.2 of the Board of Regents Policy Manual provides the System Undergraduate Admission policy.
Admissions Information on GAcollege411
Georgia’s portal for planning, applying and paying for college.
Staying on Course – High School Curriculum Requirements
Information on the USG’s Required High School Curriculum (RHSC), including Frequently Asked Questions and the lists of courses that can be used to satisfy the requirements.
The Required High School Curriculum and High School Math Sequencing
This document provides the high school math course sequences that can satisfy the four math units of the USG’s Required High School Curriculum.
State College Test Score Requirements
Learn more about the USG State College test score requirements.
Freshman Class Statistics
The USG’s Office of Research and Policy Analysis provides test score and high school GPA averages by USG sector and institution.
Board Policy 4.8.2 requires all new students wishing to enroll in a USG college or university meet immunization requirements. A certificate of immunization will need to be completed and signed by your health care provider and returned to the college or university.