Joint Enrollment earns college credit only, and students may be enrolled either part-time or full-time.
Completion of all College Prep Curriculum requirements with exception of the final units of English, math, social science and science.
1. Submit Undergraduate Application for Admission.
Click here to apply online.
2. Submit Non-Refundable Application Fee of $60.00.
3. Submit Test Scores Electronically.
SAT Requirements: 530 Verbal (Critical Reading); 530 Math
ACT Requirements: 23 English; 22 Math
GPA Requirements: 3.0
Students must have a Freshman Index (FI) of 2600 or higher. The FI is based on a combination of SAT/ACT scores and high school grade point average (HSGPA) in college preparatory classes only. The FI formula using SAT scores is SAT FI = (500 x HSGPA) + SAT Verbal + SAT Math. The FI formula using ACT scores is ACT FI = (500 x HSGPA) + (ACT composite x 42) + 88. In calculating the HSGPA for FI purposes, the applicant's transcript is calculated upon only 17 of the academic (college preparatory) courses taken such as English, mathematics, science, social studies, and foreign language.
4. Submit Official High School Transcripts.
High schools must send transcripts through official mail or electronically through GAcollege411.
5. Check your admission status here.
Fall Admission: April 1
Spring Admission: December 1
Summer Admission: April 1
Note: Deadlines are subject to change.
Participation in Joint Enrollment is funded entirely by the student. To view current tuition costs for Georgia State University, visit Student Accounts.