A message from the campus:
Thank you for your interest in applying to Georgia Gwinnett College!
Please read the following information carefully before submitting your application.
Applying to GGC?
GGC receives student applications online. GGC's online application is hosted by GAcollege411.org. If you are a first time GAcollege411 user, you will need to create an account before applying. It is a secure, convenient way to apply and provides access to the status of your application.
All application materials must be submitted by the dates below for each semester.
Fall 2015 Semester
June 1 Application Deadline
June 8 Document Deadline
Spring 2015 Semester
Nov. 14 Application Deadline
Nov. 21 Document Deadline
Summer 2015 Semester
April 1 Application Deadline
April 8 Document Deadline
GGC encourages applicants to submit the online application early. At the time of submitting your application, you will be required to electronically submit a $20 non-refundable application processing fee by credit card or electronic check.
Georgia Gwinnett College’s Residence Policy
(PLEASE READ CAREFULLY)
Georgia Gwinnett College has established a residence policy for freshmen and transfer students who transfer in less than 30 semester hours. This policy requires such students to live in campus housing. In addition, this policy is designed to enrich your education, assist in fostering relationships on campus with other students, faculty and staff, and enhance your academic success.
The campus residence requirement does not apply to you if you:
You may be exempt from the campus residence requirement if:
Any request for an exemption must be made to the Student Appeals Committee via the online appeals form (www.ggc.edu/appeals) at least one month prior to the start of the semester in which you intend to enroll. Each request must be fully documented, reviewed and is subject to approval at the sole discretion of the College.
Georgia Gwinnett College is a HOPE eligible institution. Therefore, students enrolling at GGC may be eligible to receive the HOPE scholarship. Eligible students must complete the Georgia Student Financial Aid Application (GSFAPPS) on the GAcollege411.org website. After establishing a GAcollege411 user profile, complete the GSFAPPS application. For complete information on HOPE eligibility, please refer to the GAcollege411.org website.
Federal Financial Aid
Federal Title IV aid programs are available to GGC students. Students may fill out the FAFSA at www.fafsa.ed.gov and enter GGC's school code 041429.
1. Apply for admission early: Submit your application and complete the admissions process as early as possible.
2. Submit Official Documents: Submit all required admission documentation promptly to the Office of Admissions. All documentation must be "official." Documentation is considered to be "official" when it is received directly from the forwarding institution or delivered in original sealed envelopes. Student copies or faxed documents are not considered official.
a. Freshman applicants: Request that your counseling office send an official high school transcript directly to GGC.
b. Transfer applicants: Request that an official transcript be sent directly to GGC from EACH college or university previously attended.
3. Submit a completed Immunization Form.
4. Once you receive your Login ID and PIN from GGC, check your application status at https://ggc.gabest.usg.edu/pls/B400/bwskalog.P_DispLoginNon to see what documents have not been received. Applicants will be provided with a Login ID and PIN by the college to allow the student to check their application status. A final decision will be made after all application materials have been received.
Last updated: 7/15/2014 8:13AM PST