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Congratulations on taking the next step towards enhancing your education at South Georgia State College! To better understand the admissions process at SGSC, review the application procedures below.




SGSC Application

Application Procedures

Thank you for your interest in South Georgia State College! Before you complete your application, we have provided some guidelines that will help your application process go smoothly.

Please fill out the online application as thoroughly as possible along with a one-time $20 application fee. When you are finished, click the 'SUBMIT' button on the left column of any application screen. 

The sooner we receive your application, the faster we can notify you of any missing items.  Students who beat the deadline have fewer complications and less stress than those who wait until the deadline.

Please send us your official transcripts from all institutions that you have attended. You can conveniently attach your high school transcript via the GAFutures Resources tab after submitting your application.  If you are not able to electronically submit your transcript using this tool, please have them officially sent to: South Georgia State College, Office of Admissions, 100 West College Park Drive, Douglas, GA 31533.  Please note that we must receive an official copy in a sealed envelope.

Contact your local health department or physician to obtain your immunization record. Or, you can click here for a copy of the immunization form. 

In accordance with Board of Regents Policy 4.3.4, all applicants who are accepted for admission or readmission to the University System of Georgia for Fall 2011 or any academic semester thereafter, and who seek to be classified as in-state for tuition purposes, will be required to provide validation of residency and lawful presence in both the State of Georgia and the United States.  Submit lawful presence documents to


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