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Incoming Freshmen

We are excited that you are considering the Honors College at Georgia State University! Here are general guidelines for application.

  1. Review the Honors College admission requirements to make sure you meet all criteria for admission.
  2. Record pertinent dates to ensure that you meet the appropriate application and scholarship deadlines.
  3. Apply online to Georgia State University.*
  4. Come meet us–visit Georgia State and the Honors College.
  5. Receive notification of University and Honors College admission status.
  6. Accept your scholarships and submit your Intent to Enroll.
  7. Have questions? Email Annahita Jimmerson, the Honors College director of communications or fill out our Honors College Admissions Inquiry Form.

Admission is limited to approximately the top 5-7% of the incoming first-year students each year. For best consideration for the Honors College and merit scholarships please apply by the Early Action Deadline (November 16, 2015).

*Your admission application will automatically be reviewed for acceptance to the Honors College; no additional application is needed. 

 

Current Georgia State Students

Students who have completed at least 12 hours of coursework* while enrolled at Georgia State University and have a minimum 3.5 Georgia State GPA may apply for admission to the Honors College.  The Honors College application is now closed. Applicants who applied during the Spring 2016 term will be notified by March 1, 2016.

*Less than 60 credit hours is strongly encouraged. Students with more than 60 credit hours will be required to supplement applications with descriptions of proposed honors coursework.

Transfer Students

Transfer students who have completed at least 30 hours of coursework* while enrolled at an institution of higher education and have a minimum 3.5 GPA may apply for admission to the Honors College.  The Honors College application is now closed. Applicants who applied during the Spring 2016 term will be notified by March 1, 2016.

*Less than 60 credit hours is strongly encouraged. Students with more than 60 credit hours will be required to supplement applications with descriptions of proposed honors coursework.