At South Georgia State College, we want your enrollment to be painless and practically effortless. Here are six simple steps to get started!
- Submit your application for enrollment and the $20 fee.
- Submit official copies of high school transcripts and/or GED scores.
- Submit your immunization form completed by a healthcare professional.
- COMPASS placement tests may be required.
- Submit official transcripts from all colleges or technical schools you have attended.
- Complete a FAFSA application to determine if you’re eligible for financial aid or scholarships. The FAFSA code for South Georgia State College is 001592.
Upon receipt of all required documents, students are most often notified of an admissions decision within 10-15 business days. The criminal history background check may affect your admissions decision. A final admission decision is made after all requested documents have been received.
We make your transition to South Georgia State College an easy one. We will help you complete the forms and documents you need to get started on your education. We will also answer your questions about SGSC both before and after you arrive on campus.
As a student of South Georgia State College, you’ll have an opportunity to become involved in a collegial environment centered on student success. We offer highly qualified faculty who ensure that you receive excellence in teaching and learning. Choose to take classes at our Douglas Campus or Waycross Campus, or at one of our Entry Programs in partnership will Valdosta State University or Georgia Southwestern State University. SGSC also offers instruction at the Liberty Center on the campus of Armstrong Atlantic State University. Joint enrollment (ACCEL) classes are available at Jeff Davis High School in Hazlehurst and Brantley County High School in Nahunta.
If you’ve already figured all that out, you can begin the enrollment process right now.
Please select the link to the left that best represents you and you will be guided through the process.
We’re glad you’ve chosen South Georgia State College, and we want to guide you through your enrollment. To request an application
be sent directly to you; complete our
request form and we'll mail the materials to you right away! If you have additional questions, call Enrollment Services at 1.800.342.6364 (in Georgia) or
912.260.4206 and you can send us a fax at 912.260.4441, or, if you prefer, send us an e-mail by clicking a name below:
Randy L. Braswell, Ph.D.
Accel and VA Specialist
Important Phone Numbers
|Locally or Outside Georgia||912.260.4200|
COMPASS test scheduleStudents who are required to take the COMPASS Test should call 912.260.4206 for available test times. Those students who need to take the COMPASS are students who have not taken the SAT/ACT test and/or who received their GED. Students taking the COMPASS Test should be prepared to present a picture ID (preferably a driver’s license) The Admissions Office will provide paper, pencil, and calculator. No cell phones are permitted during testing times. Sample test items are available on the COMPASS Tests page from the ACT website.
COMPASS scores are available immediately upon completion of the test and can be obtained from the admissions office. COMPASS Test scores are required before students may register for classes. There is no charge for the COMPASS Test, for the first attempt. The second attempt, a $10 fee per each section taken is required. You are only allowed to take the test 2 times. No exceptions!
If you are not on time, your appointment may be given to the next available student.
UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA EXEMPTION POLICY
For The College Board Advanced Placement Tests
ALL APPLICANTS: All beginning students (freshman, transfers, etc.) attending regularly scheduled classes or receiving resident credit must submit a Certificate of Immunization for measles, mumps, rubella, chicken pox, Hep. series, and TD prior to attending classes.