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Admissions Procedure

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!

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Although our next class is scheduled to start very soon, it's not too late to enroll! Prospective students should begin by contacting the admissions office at Gwinnett College for an interview. It's easy to think about going back to school. Before you know it, years will have passed and you'll still be working that same job. If you're looking to start a new career, the time to get started is now. Before you know it, you'll be approaching graduation. Don't wait any longer. To take the first step, all you need to do is call us at (770) 381-7200 or complete the "Request More Information" form at the top right of the page and we'll contact you.

During the interview, the applicant will complete an information sheet, an Application for Admissions, and a short aptitude test to ensure he/she has the ability to successfully pursue his/her desired program of study. Applicants will also be required to show proof of graduation from high school or successful completion of the GED. Once the interview and required documentation are complete, you will be ready to get started toward your Associate Degree or Diploma!

If it's time for you to take the first step towards a new career, call us today at (770) 381-7200 or complete the "Request More Information" form at the left of the page.

 

 

International Students
Gwinnett College is authorized under the Federal Law to Enroll Non-Immigrant Alien Students.
When foreign students apply for admission, a signed statement will be required by the student that attests that the student is a high school graduate. If the student has earned college level credits, an English translation of the college transcript must be provided if the transcript is written in a language other than English. The evaluating institution must be accredited and recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. An in-person, or telephone (E-mail, if outside U.S.) interview will be conducted with each applicant as part of the admissions process. A TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) may be required of applicants. If a TOEFL is requested, a score of 450 is required on paper-based TOEFL tests or 133 on computer-based TOEFL tests, or completion of Level 5 from a designated ESL center. A form I-20 (Immigration Certificate of Acceptance) will be sent to the applicant upon acceptance and payment of the registration fee and tuition for two quarters will need to be made. With these exceptions, the conditions for admission of foreign students are identical with those for American students. Foreign students must attend no less than twelve (12) credit hours per quarter. A student enrolling in a mid-quarter which begins during the middle of a full quarter must pay two academic quarters of at least 12 credit hours each.

 
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