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Undergraduate Admissions

We want to help you achieve your educational goals

No matter your goals, UNG's expansive mix of majors and campuses give you a pathway to get there. Nationally recognized for academic excellence and affordability, UNG is one of the country's best values in public universities.

Through practical and powerful educational opportunities, learning thrives and students are equipped for growing and competitive careers. Further, our faculty and staff are dedicated mentors who will bring your potential front and center to prepare you to lead in a diverse and global society.

Important Announcement Regarding the Dahlonega and Oconee Campuses

Due to enrollment capacity we are no longer accepting applications for our Dahlonega campus, and we are no longer accepting students for our Oconee campus.  Space is still available on our Gainesville, Cumming and Blue Ridge campuses.  Apply today!

Attention Dahlonega Transfers and Readmits

Attention Dahlonega Transfers and Readmits accepted and/or confirmed after May 1: on campus housing is no longer available. Please visit Off-Campus Housing Resources for further details. Please note cadet housing is still available.

Get Started Here -- Choose Your Student Type ...
High School Graduating Senior

You are a graduating senior in an accredited high school or home school program, have graduated less than five years ago, or you have earned qualifying scores on the GED, HiSET or TASC and would have graduated less than five years ago, and have not attended college after high school graduation.

Home School or Unaccredited High School Graduating Senior
You are graduating from an unaccredited home-school program, unaccredited high school, or graduated from one of these programs less than five years ago and have not attended college after high school graduation.

You attended college after you graduated high school. This includes students who were enrolled at UNG; have not been in attendance for three or more consecutive semesters, (including summer); and who attended another college during their absence from UNG.

You are not a United States citizen, have not been granted resident alien status, and are seeking an F1 or J1 visa to attend college in the United States.

You graduated from high school five or more years ago, hold a high school diploma, earned qualifying scores on the GED, HiSET, or TASC, and have earned less than 30 transferable semester hours of college credit.

You are a high school or home school student and want to enhance your high school curriculum by earning college credit prior to your high school graduation .

You attended UNG in the past, and you have been away for three or more consecutive semesters (including summer). If you have been away for one or two consecutive semesters, register for courses as you would if you had been in attendance last semester, no need to reapply.

Transient

You are enrolled in another college or university and seek temporary admission to UNG.  You must re-apply for admission each semester. Please note that we cannot guarantee the availability of courses or a class schedule at particular times or locations.

Transient registration information is available from the Registrar's Office.

 

Other Students

You want to enroll as a  non-degree seeking student, post associate or bachelor's non-degree seeking student, or Georgia resident 62 or older student.

Why UNG?

We consistently earn national recognition for providing a high quality, affordable education. We are committed to your success and leadership development.

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Ranked 16th
among public regional universities in the South in the 2016 edition of Best Colleges by U.S. News & World Report
No. 1
on Kiplinger's 100 best value list for lowest student debt at graduation, 2013
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