Admissions Requirements

2023 Schedule

First Time Freshmen

First-time Freshmen – Students who have never attended a college must submit the following:

  • A $35 non-refundable application fee.
  • A properly completed official application form.
  • An official transcript from a properly accredited high school showing graduation with a college preparatory diploma, technical diploma, general diploma, or successful completion of the GED. Students applying for an upcoming term while completing the senior year of high school should submit an official transcript showing coursework completed through the 11th grade and should then provide an additional transcript following graduation that reflects the date of graduation.


Transfer Students

Transfer Students – Students who have attended any other college must furnish GMC the following:

  • A $35 non-refundable application fee.
  • A properly completed official application form.
  • An official transcript sent directly from each and every college, technical school or university previously attended. Students applying for admission at GMC while still enrolled at another college or university must provide an official preliminary transcript showing work completed to date and then provide an official final transcript at the conclusion of the last term of enrollment. Official transcripts must note the student’s academic standing. Students transferring from institutions that do not post academic standing must request a statement of academic standing from the Registrar’s Office at their previous institution(s).
  • Applicants who have completed fewer than 10-quarter hours of regular college-level work must also meet all requirements for freshman admission. The requirement for submitting a high school transcript may be waived if the name of the high school and graduation date are annotated on a previously attended accredited college or university transcript and when 10 or more quarter hours of college-level work with a grade of “C” or better is evident. Students with college transcripts demonstrating completion of a bachelor’s degree or higher do not have to submit documentation annotating a high school graduation date.
  • Due to challenges many students faced with the coronavirus pandemic, GMC is waiving placement testing requirements. Students must be eligible to return to their previous institution immediately (i.e. not on suspension, exclusion, or dismissal). Students seeking admission at GMC following suspension from their previous institution must provide adequate documentation to explain the grounds for suspension. Those students who have been suspended may petition for admission at GMC following a one-term break in enrollment.
  • Military members and former military members of the Army, Navy, Marines, or Coast Guard must submit an official Joint Services Transcript. Your JST can be ordered here.
    Student’s academic progress at the prior institution will be evaluated by the GMC Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress and may result in a warning or probation status at the time of admission as well as impact access to available financial aid.


Transient Students

Transient status means that a student is admitted to Georgia Military College for a specified period of time, normally a single term, with the understanding that the student is to return to the prior college at the opening of the next term. Typically, transient students are only attending GMC to take a few courses. An applicant who is enrolled in another college or university and meets minimum Georgia Military College freshman or transfer admission requirements may seek a one-term admission to Georgia Military College. Transient students may not take a directed study or independent study course at Georgia Military College.

The following documents and fees are required:

  • A $35 non-refundable application fee.
  • A properly completed official application form.
  • An official letter from the registrar of the institution in which the student is regularly enrolled indicating eligibility to return and recommending admission to Georgia Military College as a transient student to complete specific course work.

Dual Enrollment

Georgia Military College recognizes the need to provide academically talented high school students with opportunities for acceleration of their formal academic programs. This recognition has led to the development of the dual enrollment program in which the student while continuing his/her enrollment in high school as a  junior or senior, enrolls in courses for college credit.  Minimum admission standards for the dual enrollment program are listed in the following sections.

  • Check with your high school counselor for any required Dual Enrollment sessions, deadlines, and requirements.
  • Apply Now, create your account, and complete your application. Choose your local campus as your home campus location. Your student status is Dual Enrollment.
  • Minimum cumulative unweighted high school grade point average of 2.50 on a 4.00 scale.
  • Complete the Application for Dual Enrollment on the GA Futures website.
  • Schedule an appointment with your high school counselor to determine the college courses you should take.
  • Submit your current official high school transcript, PSAT, SAT, ACT, or placement scores. Placement is currently being made solely on the basis of either your high school transcript, PSAT, SAT, or ACT score.
    • If SAT/ACT scores are submitted, then they must meet the following requirements:
      • SAT Critical Reading score of at least 480 (prior to March 2016),  OR an SAT Reading score of at least 26 (after March 2016), OR an ACT English score of at least 20.
      • SAT Math score of at least 440 (prior to March 2016), OR an SAT Math score of at least 24 (after March 2016), OR ACT Math score of at least 18.

Once everything is in place we encourage you to take a tour of your local campus and meet with your admissions representative and Dual Enrollment Coordinator/Advisor.

Freshmen seeking admission to a USG institution can expect that dual enrollment college credit earned at a SACS-COC accredited institution prior to high school graduation will be considered as transfer credit if the prospective student meets the USG institution and regular admission requirements.


Admission of home-schooled students or graduates from non-accredited high schools must submit official documentation indicating the student meets the following criteria to be considered for admission as a beginning freshman:

  • A $35 non-refundable application fee
  • A properly completed official application form


  • A transcript of all courses completed. The transcript must include the course title, unit of credit for each course, time frame or semester in which each course was completed and the grade received. The transcript must also include a description of the grading system used (such as grade scale or grade key) as well as a graduation date (month/day/year).
  • Written consent of the parent/guardian if the student is under 18 years of age at the time of initial enrollment to GMC OR successful completion of the GED.
  • The name and address of the parent or legal guardian with a space for their signature. The name of the home school administrator is to be included if it is not the parent.
  • The following statement must be included in the transcript. “I, the undersigned, do hereby solemnly attest that this student has completed a secondary school education in a home school setting on the date indicated and under the laws governing the state and county in which the homeschooling occurred.”
  • The transcript must be notarized and include the following: signature of the Notary Public, printed name, date, state, and county. commission number and date the commission expires.


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