Over the course of your college career, you’ll have the chance to encounter new experiences, challenge old perceptions and be more successful than you expected.
Be unconventional. Be curious. Be exceptional. Be ground-breaking.
At Georgia Gwinnett College, you’re invited to achieve success however you define it. You’ll have the support of leading professors, global opportunities and a community of peers to help you excel. So whatever you expect from college or from yourself, expect more at GGC.
Ready. Set. Become a Grizzly.
You are a high school junior/senior or graduate of a non-accredited homeschool program or high school. Regionally accredited home school applicants, please refer to freshman admissions (never attended college).
You are enrolled in a degree program at another regionally accredited institution and expect to return to that institution. Transient students must re-apply for admission each semester.
You are a high school or homeschooled student seeking to attend college during your junior or senior year of high school. Minimum age requirement is 16 years old.
You are an international student if you meet one of the following:
- Currently live outside the U.S. and will require an F-1 visa to study in the U.S.
- Not a U.S. citizen nor permanent resident and currently live in the U.S. on an F-1 visa
- Currently live in the U.S. on another non-immigrant visa classification, which permits part-time or full-time study
GGC does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, age, religion, national or ethnic origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, sex (including pregnancy or childbirth), veteran status or military status, genetic information, or disability in employment or admission or access to its programs and activities, as required by Title IX.
Inquiries concerning this policy should be directed to the GGC Title IX Coordinator:
- Building B, Suite 3700
For those considering Georgia Gwinnett College, please note that our institution adheres to requirements in support of the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act and the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008. As a part of this Act, federal law requires institutions participating in federal student financial aid programs to publish annual reports that contain crime statistics and fire statistics for the most recent three years, policy statements regarding crime reporting, campus facility security and access, law enforcement authority, incidence of alcohol and drug abuse, and the prevention/response to sexual assault, dating violence and stalking. This information is available in Public Safety's Annual Fire and Safety Report. Georgia Gwinnett College will provide a paper copy of the report upon request.