Admissions Requirements

Georgia Military College, is dedicated to helping you be as successful as you can possibly be. Whether you enroll as a commuter student or as a cadet, you will find a program that fits your needs and life goals. Below you will find helpful information that will aid and assist you in deciding which student type is right for you. As always feel free to email us cadetadmissions@gmc.edu or call us at 478-387-4947, with any questions you may have.

GMC offers the opportunity for the following degrees: Associate in Arts, Associate in Science, and Associate in Applied Science. https://www.gmc.edu/academic-programs/overview.cms

First-time Freshmen - Students who have never attended a college must furnish GMC the following:

  • A completed application with the non-refundable application fee of $35.00.
  • An official copy of the high school transcript showing date of graduation or official copy of equivalency certificate based upon General Educational Development (GED) scores.
  • Home-schooled student applicants must submit a combined SAT score of 1000 (Critical Reading and Math portion only) or ACT composite score of 19 in addition to a transcript reflecting the course work completed, an abbreviated bibliography of textbooks and/or assigned readings and a writing sample.
  • Complete FAFSA Federal Application for Federal Student Aid
  • Complete Georgia Futures Tuition Equalization Grant (Only GA residents)
  • Submit College Cadet Medical forms

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

  • A completed application with the non-refundable application fee of $35.00.
  • An official transcript sent directly from each and every college, technical school or university previously attended.
  • Official documents for service schools, College Level Examination Program (CLEP) General Subjects examinations, USAFI/DANTES (Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support) examinations, etc.
  • Transfer applicants who have completed fewer than 10-quarter hours of regular college level work must also meet all requirements for freshman admission.
  • It is recommended that transfer students wishing to use financial aid resources while enrolled at GMC submit an official high school transcript regardless of the number of hours previously earned.
  • Complete FAFSA Federal Application for Federal Student Aid
  • Complete Georgia Futures Tuition Equalization Grant (Only GA residents)
  • Submit College Cadet Medical forms

Transient Students - Students attending another college but planning to enroll in one or more courses for one quarter must furnish GMC the following:

United States Service Academy Preparatory Programs (GMC Scholars Program) - Students Selected by any of the Service Academy for their preparatory program.

  • For more information about the U.S. Service Academy Prep Program, contact Col. Steve Pitt at gpitt@gmc.edu  or Col. Nelson Kraft at nkraft@gmc.edu
    • Self-Preparation for United States Service Academy Preparatory Programs (GMC Scholars Program)- For more information about the U.S. Service Academy Self-Sponsor Prep Program, contact Lt Col Rob Ramirez at rramirez@gmc.edu or Col. Steve Pitt at gpitt@gmc.edu

Early Commissioning Program ROTC:

In addition to requirements for freshman or transfer admission, applicants for the Early Commissioning Program must also meet the following requirements:

  • Be a US Citizen
  • Earn a High School Diploma with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale
  • A combined SAT critical reading and math score of 1000 or composite ACT score of 19
  • Meet height and weight standards for entrance into Advanced ROTC program
  • Pass a standard Army Physical Examination
  • Pass the Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT)
  • Have one of the following levels of military knowledge:
  • Complete the Leaders Training Course at Ft. Knox, KY prior to enrollment at GMC.
  • Complete Basic Training and/or AIT though Active or Reserve component training.
  • Complete FAFSA Federal Application for Federal Student Aid
  • Complete Georgia Futures Tuition Equalization Grant (Only GA residents)
  • Submit College Cadet Medical forms

State Service Scholarship:

In addition to requirements for freshman or transfer admission, applicants for the State Service Scholarship must also meet the following requirements:

Civic Leader Program:
Same requirements as for freshman or transfer admission

Football Cadet Program:
Same requirements as for freshman or transfer admission